CEO report


—Adrian O'Connell, Chief Executive

Keeping Australian roads safe remotely

New public comment platform launched

Australia’s steps towards renewable energy

Heroic standards

SDAC communique

The Standards Development & Accreditation Committee (SDAC) is a Committee of the Standards Australia Board. The committee assists us to fulfill our responsibilities as Australia’s peak national standards body, and meets regularly to discuss the wide range of matters relating to standards development and accreditation work.
 
Often unseen, SDAC has been referred to by many as the engine room of Standards Australia, powering our contributors to get things done. 
 
As a new initiative, a communique of SDAC meetings will be made available to stakeholders. The goal is to provide a direct insight into the discussions and recommendations of the committee and reflects our commitment to lead with transparency and include stakeholders in our processes.
 
You can access the SDAC communique and further details on SDAC and its members on our website.

Identifying strategic issues across sectors

In Conversation with Elaine Attwood

International update

Standards Australia represents Australia on the two major international standards development bodies, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). Our activities are reported on our International Updates page.
 
Highlights from October (PDF)
  • Ecological Restoration: Proposal for a New Field of Technical Activity
  • Consumer Product Safety Management: Proposal for a New Field of Technical Activity
  • Invitation to an International Workshop on: Guideline of Emergency Medical Facility

Sector update

Access the latest standards development news in your industry sector via our Sectors page.

Drafts open for comment

The public comment process provides an opportunity for stakeholders and members of the public to make valuable contributions. With the launch of our new public comment platform, draft standards currently open for comment are now available via Connect.