Please have a look at a pilot standard in two alternative formats and let us know what you think. Complete the (very short!) survey, which closes in June 2018.
Standards New Zealand has decided to extend the time frames for consultation the draft standards of NZS 3602 Timber and wood-based products for use in buildings and NZS 3640 Chemical preservation of round and sawn timber to 6 April 2018.
A new standard provides a guide for tradespeople performing lead paint management work to deal with lead paint and related hazards in a safe and responsible way: AS/NZS 4361.2:2017 Guide to hazardous paint management – Part 2: Lead paint in residential, public and commercial building.
We’re seeking feedback from relevant stakeholders on the International Organization for Standardization’s (ISO) proposal for a standard on ‘Community-scale resource-oriented sanitation treatment systems’.
MBIE’s building regulator has sponsored five commonly used building standards and a handbook. Providing this access is another way MBIE is making the building system easier to use and will help people to do the right thing.
For the past 12 months, two standards development committees have been working on revisions to the timber-related standards NZS 3640 and NZS 3602. They are now going out for public consultation.
The amendment follows recommendations following the Canterbury and Kaikoura earthquakes.
Standards New Zealand are seeking your feedback on 52 standards to help determine if they should be removed from our catalogue and whether other standards sufficiently cover their content.
The highly anticipated NZS 8510:2017 Testing and decontamination of methamphetamine contaminated properties has been released by Standards New Zealand.
The P8510 committee had its final meeting on 8 May 2017. This was the opportunity for the committee to discuss and decide on the final technical content of the complete document after working groups of the committee had recommended changes to individual sections and appendices.