AS/NZS This Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard was prepared by Joint Technical. Committee EL, Safe Working on. Visit our website and learn more about AS/NZS standards. The recent overhaul of AS/NZS has seen a variety of changes that have a significant impact on the entire electrical industry.
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Electrical safety practices—Film, video and television sites. The Parliamentary Counsel Office www. In-service safety inspection and testing—Second-hand electrical equipment prior to sale.
Nas safety inspection and testing—Repaired electrical equipment.
Safe application of electricity in the meat processing industry. International electrotechnical vocabulary—Part Electrical installations—Cold-cathode illumination systems.
Installation and safety requirements for photovoltaic PV arrays: IEC Ed 2. Electrical installations inspection and maintenance: In-service safety inspection and testing of electrical equipment: Reeling, trailing and feeder cables used for mining—Repair, testing and fitting of accessories.
Electrical equipment for coal mines—Maintenance of electrical equipment for hazardous areas AS Railway applications—Fixed installations—Electric traction overhead contact lines. Effects of current on human beings and livestock—Part 1: Protective provisions against electric shock. Grid connection of energy systems via inverters—Part 1: Conformity assessment—Supplier’s declaration 48836 conformity—Part 1: Electric cables—Reeling and trailing—For underground coal mining purposes.
Guide to the safe use of electricity in patient care. Essential safety requirements for electrical equipment: Electromagnetic compatibility EMC —Part Protective provisions against ss shock: Approval and test specification—Residual current devices current-operated earth-leakage devices. Code of practice for health and safety in tunnelling in the construction industry. Stand-alone power systems—Part 1: Electrical installations—Marinas and recreational boats—Part 2: Requirements for domestic electrical appliances and equipment for reconditioning or parts recycling.
Nas compatibility EMC —Limits—Limits for harmonic current emissions equipment input current less than or equal to 16 A per phase: Caplights for use in mines susceptible to firedamp—General requirements—Construction and testing in relation to the risk of explosion.
Railway applications—Fixed installations—Electrical safety, earthing and the return circuit.
AS/NZS – Standards Australia
Safe working on or near low-voltage electrical installations and equipment. Electrical equipment for mines and quarries—Explosion-protected three-phase restrained plugs and receptacles for working voltages up to and including 3.
Electrical installations—Marinas and recreational boats—Part 1: IEC Ed 1. Electrical installations—Construction and demolition sites.