Specifies the Bendtsen method for determining the air permeance of paper and board using the Bendtsen apparatus. It is applicable to papers and boards which have air permeances between 0,35 µm/(Pa·s) and 15 µm/(Pa·s) when tested with the Bendtsen apparatus. It is unsuitable for rough-surfaced materials which cannot be securely clamped to avoid leakage. Identical to and reproduced from ISO 5636-3:2013.View product page
Specifies the Sheffield method for determining the air permeance of paper and board using the Sheffield apparatus. It is applicable to papers and boards which have air permeances between 0,02 µm/(Pa·s) and 25 µm/(Pa·s) when tested with the Sheffield apparatus. It is unsuitable for rough-surfaced materials, which cannot be securely clamped to avoid leakage. Identical to and reproduced from ISO 5636-4:2013.
Supersedes AS/NZS 1301.447s:1998
Specifies procedures, based on the two-point loading principle, for determining the bending resistance of paper and board. Applies to the measurement of the bending resistance within the range 20 mN to 10 000 mN. It is not applicable to corrugated board but can be applicable to the components of such board. The bending angle is 15° and the bending length is 50 mm. For samples having a bending resistance that is too low to measure with a bending length of 50 mm, a shorter bending length, i.e. 10 mm, can be used. Identical to and reproduced from ISO 2493-1:2010.
Supersedes AS/NZS 1301.453s:1998
Describes the general procedure for measuring the diffuse radiance factor of all types of pulp, paper and board. More particularly, it specifies in detail in Annex A the characteristics of the equipment to be used for such measurements, and in Annex B the procedures to be used for calibrating that equipment. It may be used to measure the diffuse radiance factors and related properties of materials containing fluorescent whitening agents, provided that the UV-content of the instrument illumination has been adjusted to give the same level of fluorescence as a fluorescent reference standard for a selected CIE illuminant, in accordance with the specific International Standard describing the measurement of the property in question. Identical to and reproduced from ISO 2469:2014.
Supersedes AS/NZS 1301.436:2014 and AS/NZS 1301.464s:2005
Describes the basic principles of root cause analysis (RCA) and specifies the steps that a process for RCA should include. This standard identifies a number of attributes for RCA techniques which assist with the selection of an appropriate technique. It describes each RCA technique and its relative strengths and weaknesses. RCA is used to analyse the root causes of focus events with both positive and negative outcomes, but it is most commonly used for the analysis of failures and incidents. Causes for such events can be varied in nature, including design processes and techniques, organizational characteristics, human aspects and external events. RCA can be used for investigating the causes of non-conformances in quality (and other) management systems as well as for failure analysis, for example in maintenance or equipment testing. RCA is used to analyse focus events that have occurred, therefore this standard only covers a posteriori analyses. It is recognized that some of the RCA techniques with adaptation can be used proactively in the design and development of items and for causal analysis during risk assessment; however, this standard focuses on the analysis of events which have occurred. The intent of this standard is to describe a process for performing RCA and to explain the techniques for identifying root causes. These techniques are not designed to assign responsibility or liability, which is outside the scope of this standard. Identical to and reproduced from IEC 62740:2015.View product page
Provides guidance for the implementation of a management system for recordkeeping (MSR) in accordance with AS/NZS ISO 30301. This Standard is intended to be used in conjunction with AS/NZS ISO 30300 and AS/NZS ISO 30301. It does not modify and/or reduce the requirements specified in AS/NZS ISO 30301. It describes the activities to be undertaken when designing and implementing a MSR, and is intended to be used by any organization implementing a MSR. It is applicable to all types of organization, such as commercial enterprises, government agencies, or non-profit organizations, of all sizes. It also aligns terminology to Australian and New Zealand usage. It is adopted with national modifications from ISO 30302:2015.View product page
Specifies requirements for, and provides guidance on, assessing compliance with the exposure limits of radiofrequency (RF) safety standards such as ARPANSA Standard RPS3 or New Zealand Standard NZS 2772.1. This includes methodologies for making an assessment (by measurement or computation) of human exposure to ambient RF fields and induced body currents in the frequency range of 3 kHz to 300 GHz. This Standard also sets out processes for calculating the basic restrictions’ quantities (such as specific absorption rate and induced current density) in the relevant standards, but does not address their measurement. It provides appropriate methodologies for measurement techniques and instrumentation selection, computational techniques and the determination of the uncertainty of exposure assessments and its use in assessing compliance with applicable exposure limits. The assessment methodologies provided in this Standard may be applied for all types of RF exposure situations.
Supersedes AS/NZS 2772.2:2011
Provides the essential requirements for maritime survivor locating devices (MSLD) that use automatic identification system (AIS) frequencies of 161.975 MHz and 162.025 MHz, which are described in the adopted standard. Identical to and reproduced from ETSI EN 303 098-1:2014.View product page
Standards Australia is reviewing approximately 1200 standards that are greater than 10 years old. The aged standards review is being carried out in conjunction with Standards New Zealand, and seeks to ensure those joint Australia and New Zealand standards managed by Standards Australia are current and continues to support trans-Tasman harmonisation where possible. Standards New Zealand is now seeking the views of the general public (including nominating organisations and a broader range of stakeholders) about all aged Joint standards (AS/NZS) that do not fall within the area of oversight of any active committee. Aged standards, which are not referenced in Australian and/or New Zealand legislation and are not managed by any active technical committee, are being proposed for withdrawal, unless Standards Australia or Standards New Zealand receives advice to the contrary from the public. This approach recognises the fact that while many documents within this group may well be suitable for withdrawal, some documents within this group may still be used in some way within an industry, community, or by government. Feedback is sought until 20 May 2016 on the ninth batch of aged standards proposed for withdrawal, as to whether these aged standards are still useful and relevant. If they are still being used in your industry or community, then we will work to continue making these standards available. When commenting please ensure you identify the standard, and send your comments to email@example.comView product page
Specifies minimum performance requirements for radio transmitters, receivers and transceivers at ground-based aeronautical stations operating in the VHF band (118 MHz to 136.975 MHz) allocated to the aeronautical mobile service. Applies to DSB AM systems, with channel separations of 8.33 kHz or 25 kHz intended for analogue speech and ground base stations with a channel spacing of 25 kHz intended for ACARS data communication. Identical to, and reproduced from, ETSI EN 300 676-1:2011.
Supersedes AS/NZS 4583:2010
Provides a method for determining the effective residual ink concentration by infrared reflectance measurement. Identical to and reproduced from ISO 22754:2008.View product page
Provides a method for determining the transmittance of paper by diffuse reflectance measurement. Identical to and reproduced from ISO 22891:2013.View product page
Details a reference framework of e-Portfolio implementation that can be used to inform and support development of ITLET systems that meet the requirements of learners, instructors, e-learning service providers and others in contexts such as K-12 education, higher education, training and development. The reference framework identifies content and functional components that support e-Portfolio systems and interoperability issues that need to be addressed in data exchange between these components and interoperability issues that need to be addressed in data exchange between the two component types (content and functional) and among the various categories. The standards provides an e-Portfolio reference framework; provides descriptions of e-Portfolios in terms of components, categories, and elements; provides descriptions of e-Portfolios in terms of component types (content or functional), categories, elements, and items; identifies commonalities of current implementations of e-Portfolios; and represents the needs of stakeholders (e.g. learners, instructors, etc.). Identical to and reproduced from ISO/IEC TS 20013:2015.View product page
A large number of organizations, both in public and private sectors have difficulty in showing that IT enabled investments actually delivered the intended value. The objective of this Technical Specification is to provide guidance to the governing bodies and executive management to support better decision making involving IT enabled investments.View product page
Specifies in a rule-based manner, metadata elements and their attributes for the description of technical aspects of learning resources. This includes the rules governing the identification of metadata elements and the specification of metadata attributes. Identical to and reproduced from ISO/IEC 19788-4:2014.View product page
Amendment 1 applies to the Front cover, Preface and ISO/IEC 19788-1:2011/Amd.1:2014.View product page
Specifies a model for the use of radio frequency identification (RFID) tags for items appropriate for the needs of all types of libraries, including academic, public, corporate, special and school. Identical to and reproduced from ISO 28560-1:2014.
Supersedes AS/NZS ISO 28560.1:2013
Specifies a data model and encoding rules for the use of radio frequency identification (RFID) tags for items appropriate for the needs of all types of libraries (including national, academic, public, corporate, special and school libraries). The rules for encoding a subset of data elements taken from the total set of data elements defined in ISO 28560-1 are based on ISO/IEC 15962, which uses an object identifier structure to identify data elements. Identical to and reproduced from ISO 28560-2:2014.
Supersedes AS/NZS ISO 28560.2:2013
Specifies a data model and encoding rules for the use of radio frequency identification (RFID) tags for items appropriate for the needs of all types of libraries (including national, academic, public, corporate, special, and school libraries). Identical to and reproduced from ISO 28560-3:2014.
Supersedes AS/NZS ISO 28560.3:2015
Defines rules for ISO 28560-1 data elements to be encoded in radio frequency identification (RFID) tags with a memory structure that is partitioned into four memory banks. This primarily applies to ISO/IEC 18000-63 (previously known as ISO/IEC 18000-6 Type C) operating in the UHF frequency, but not necessarily restricted to this technology. Identical to and reproduced from ISO/TS 28560-4:2014.View product page
Contains principles and requirements for the competence, consistency and impartiality of bodies providing audit and certification of all types of management systems. Certification bodies operating to this standard do not need to offer all types of management system certification. Certification of management systems is a third-party conformity assessment activity and bodies performing this activity are therefore third-party conformity assessment bodies. Identical to and reproduced from ISO/IEC 17021-1:2015.
Supersedes AS/NZS ISO/IEC 17021:2011
Intended for use by suppliers when making claims for the immunity of equipment intended for use in safety-related systems against electromagnetic disturbances. This standard should also be used by designers, integrators, installers, and assessors of safety-related systems to assess the claims made by suppliers. It provides guidance to product committees. It applies to electrical and electronic equipment intended for use in safety-related systems and that is intended to comply with the requirements of IEC 61508 and/or other sector-specific functional safety standards, and intended to be operated in industrial locations as described in 3.1.15. The object of this standard is to define immunity test requirements for equipment in relation to continuous and transient, conducted and radiated disturbances, including electrostatic discharge. These requirements apply only to functions intended for use in functional safety applications. Test requirements are specified for each port considered. Identical to and reproduced from IEC 61000-6-7, Ed. 1.0 (2014).View product page
Specifies the characteristics and performance of equipment for the measurement of radio disturbance in the frequency range 9 kHz to 18 GHz. In addition, requirements are provided for specialized equipment for discontinuous disturbance measurements. Identical to and reproduced from CISPR 16-1-5, Ed. 2.0 (2014).
Supersedes AS/NZS CISPR 16.1.5:2013
Provides procedures and supporting information for the calibration of antennas for determining antenna factors (AF) that are applicable to antennas intended for use in radiated disturbance measurements. It has the status of a basic EMC Standard in accordance with IEC Guide 107, Electromagnetic compatibility. The AF of an antenna is influenced by nearby surroundings and by its position in space relative to the radiating source. This standard focuses on antenna calibrations that provide the AF in a free-space environment in the direction of the boresight of the antenna. The frequency range addressed is 9 kHz to 18 GHz. The relevant antenna types covered in this standard are monopole, loop, dipole, biconical, log-periodic dipole-array (LPDA), hybrid and horn antennas. Guidance is also provided on measurement uncertainties associated with each calibration method and configuration, and the test instrumentation used. Identical to and reproduced from CISPR 16-1-6, Ed. 1.0 (2014).View product page
Applies to multimedia equipment (MME) having a rated r.m.s. AC or DC supply voltage not exceeding 600 V. This publication covers two classes of MME (Class A and Class B). The objectives of this publication are to establish requirements which provide an adequate level of protection of the radio spectrum, allowing radio services to operate as intended in the frequency range 9 kHz to 400 GHz, and to specify procedures to ensure the reproducibility of measurement and the repeatability of results. Identical to and reproduced from CISPR 32, Ed. 2.0 (2015).
Supersedes AS/NZS CISPR 32:2013