Standards proposed for withdrawal

The following publications are proposed for withdrawal for one of the following reasons:

Withdrawn standards can still be used within an industry, community or government and are therefore still available for purchase. Unless otherwise stated, there is no replacement for standards proposed for withdrawal.

We welcome your input to help determine if they should be withdrawn, retained, or revised. We also need your views on what other standards or documents are being used instead of the proposed standard for withdrawal.

The deadline for feedback is 22 February 2021.


Consumer and Occupational Safety

Standard Designation Title
AS/NZS 4502.4:1997 Methods for evaluating clothing for protection against heat and fire - Evaluation of the behaviour of materials and material assemblies when exposed   to heavy splashes of molten metal
AS/NZS 4502.5:1997 Methods for evaluating clothing for protection against heat and fire - Evaluation of the contact heat transmission through material and material   assemblies
AS/NZS 2416.1:2010 Water safety signs and beach safety flags, Part 1: Specifications for water safety signs used in workplaces and public   areas (ISO 20712-1:2008, MOD)
(including   Amdt 1)
AS/NZS 2416.2:2010 Water safety signs and beach safety flags, Part 2: Specifications for beach safety flags - Colour, shape, meaning and   performance (ISO 20712-2:2007, MOD)
(including   Amdt 1)
AS/NZS 2416.3:2010 Water safety signs and beach safety flags, Part 3: Guidance for use
(including   Amdt 1)
AS/NZS 2512.1:2009 Methods of testing protective helmets, Part 1: Definitions and headforms
AS/NZS 2512.7.2:2009 Methods of testing protective helmets, Method 7.2: Determination of stability of protective helmets - Dynamic stability
AS/NZS ISO 6529:2006  Protective clothing ‐ Protection against chemicals ‐ Determination of resistance of protective clothing materials to permeation by liquids and   gases
AS/NZS 4220:2010 Bunk beds and other elevated beds

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Business & ICT

AS/NZS ISO 19103:2006  Geographic information - Conceptual schema language
AS/NZS ISO 19109:2006  Geographic information - Rules for application schema
AS/NZS ISO 19110:2006  Geographic information - Methodology for feature cataloguing
AS/NZS ISO 19119:2006  Geographic information - Services
AS/NZS ISO 19135:2006 Geographic information - Procedures for item registration
AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009  Risk Management – Principles and guidelines
AS/NZS ISO/IEC 27001:2006  Information Security Management Systems (ISMS) 
AS/NZS ISO/IEC 27002:2006  Code of Practice for Information Security Management
AS/NZS ISO/IEC 38500:2010  Corporate governance of information technology
AS/NZS 3802:1997 Data elements and interchange formats - Information interchange - Representation of dates and times

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Multi-sector standards

AS/NZS 4601:1999 Vehicle immobilizers
AS/NZS 4201.6:1994 Pliable building membranes and underlays - Methods of test - Surface water absorbency
AS/NZS 2041.4:2010 Buried corrugated metal structures, Part 4: Helically formed   sinusoidal pipes
AS/NZS 2041.6:2010 Buried corrugated metal structures, Part 6: Bolted plate structures
AS/NZS 2982:2010 Laboratory design and construction
AS/NZS 4065:2010 Concrete utility services poles
AS/NZS 4677:2010 Steel utility services poles

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Standards proposed for reconfirmation

The following multi-sector publications are proposed for reconfirmation:

AS/NZS 4081:2001 The storage and handling of liquid and liquefied polyfunctional isocyanates
AS/NZS 1567:1997 Copper and copper alloys - Wrought rods, bars and sections
AS/NZS 4552.2:2010 Gas fired water heaters for hot water supply and/or central heating - Minimum energy performance standards for gas water heaters
AS/NZS 8016:2013  Governance of IT enabled projects.

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We welcome your input to help determine if they should be reconfirmed. The deadline for feedback is 1 February 2021.