Sectors Our standards development activities are divided into industry sectors. These sectors are supported by Stakeholder Engagement Managers who are available to advise and assist stakeholders. We co-ordinate the attendance of Australian experts at international meetings and participate in the preparation of a wide range of International Standards. We are extremely active within the international standardisation movement and a number of our senior management team members hold important voluntary offices on international standards bodies. Events Events Standards Australia has a strong history of facilitating solutions that meet the needs of consumers and industry.
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Mar 13, AS ISO ISO Records Management. Part 1: General. Access the full version online. It was approved on behalf of the Council of Standards Australia on 21 February and published on 13 March Roads and Traffic Authority of New South Wales Keeping Standards up-to-date Standards are living documents which reflect progress in science, technology and systems.
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