Correction amendment published Amendment 1 to AS NZS 3760 2010 In service safety inspection and test


7 June 2011

Standards New Zealand has published a correction amendment, Amendment 1 to AS/NZS 3760:2010 In-service safety inspection and testing of electrical equipment, addressing the following:



Appendix D, figure D1

Adding word 'metal' to the legend in figure D1

Appendix E, figure E2

Deleting figure and replacing due to an error displaying 'active' and 'neutral' incorrectly

Appendix F, figure F2 caption

Replacing caption as the wrong caption was under the figure

Appendix F, figure F3 caption

Replacing caption as the wrong caption was under the figure

Appendix K, Safeworks (South Australia)

Updating contact details for Safeworks

Appendix K, Energy Safety (New Zealand)

Updating contact details for Energy Safety

Standards New Zealand is providing a hard copy of AS/NZS 3760:2010 Amendment 1 to all customers who purchased a hard copy of the first edition of AS/NZS 3760:2010 free of charge. If you have not received your hard copy or PDF copy of the correction amendment, please email or call our customer services team on 0800 782 632 during business hours.

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