Current batch of aged joint standards proposed for withdrawal

Twelfth batch of aged standards proposed for withdrawal

The twelfth batch of standards proposed for withdrawal includes standards from the business and ICT, consumer and occupational safety, building, health, environment, transport, and engineering sectors:

The consultation period for submitting feedback on these standards closes on Thursday, 14 September 2017.

Please send your feedback to AgedCatalogueReview@mbie.govt.nz

Previous batches of aged joint standards proposed for withdrawal

Eleventh batch of aged standards proposed for withdrawal

The eleventh batch of standards proposed for withdrawal included standards from the business and ICT, consumer and occupational safety, and engineering sectors:

The consultation period for submitting feedback on these standards closed on Thursday, 9 February 2017.

Tenth batch of aged standards proposed for withdrawal

The tenth batch of standards proposed for withdrawal included standards from the building, management systems, and energy sectors:

The consultation period for submitting feedback on these standards closed on Monday, 28 November 2016. 

Ninth batch of aged standards proposed for withdrawal

The ninth batch of standards proposed for withdrawal included standards from the IT, environmental management, building, and transport sectors:

The consultation period for submitting feedback on these standards closed on Friday, 20 May 2016

Eighth batch of aged standards proposed for withdrawal

The eighth batch of standards proposed for withdrawal contained non-legislated standards.

The consultation period for submitting feedback on these standards closed on Tuesday, 19 April 2016

Seventh batch of aged standards proposed for withdrawal

The seventh batch of standards proposed for withdrawal covered the information technology, quality, and electrical sectors.

The consultation period for submitting feedback on these standards closed on Friday, 25 March 2016

Sixth batch of aged standards proposed for withdrawal

The sixth batch of standards proposed for withdrawal also covered several sectors, including engineering and building and construction.

The consultation period for submitting feedback on these standards closed on Friday, 12 February 2016

Mixed batch of aged standards proposed for withdrawal

This mixed batch of standards (the fifth batch) proposed for withdrawal comprised 'odds and ends' from several sectors, including environmental management, medical equipment, information technology, and software engineering:

The consultation period for submitting feedback on these standards closed on Tuesday, 22 December 2015

Fourth batch of aged standards proposed for withdrawal

The fourth batch of aged standards proposed for withdrawal was in the following sector:

The consultation period for submitting feedback on these standards closed on Friday, 15 January 2016. 

Third batch of aged standards proposed for withdrawal

The third batch of aged standards proposed for withdrawal was in the following two sectors:

The consultation period for the third batch closed on Thursday, 22 October 2015.  

First and second batch of aged standards proposed for withdrawal

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on the first and second batches of aged standards proposed for withdrawal. We have reached decisions on the proposed withdrawal of these standards. Discussions are now underway with Standards Australia about which of these joint standards each country wishes to retain or withdraw. Once the outcome of this process is reached, we will inform stakeholders through Touchstone and submitters of feedback directly.

The second batch of aged standards proposed for withdrawal was in the following five sectors: 

  • Public Safety, Public Administration, Business and Management
  • Transport and Logistics
  • Consumer Products, Services and Safety
  • Health and Community Services
  • Electrotechnology and Energy

View the second batch of aged standards

The consultation period for the second batch closed on Wednesday, 19 August 2015

The first batch of aged standards proposed for withdrawal was in the following three sectors:

View the first batch of aged standards [PDF, 131 KB]

The consultation period for the first batch closed on Tuesday, 14 July 2015