There are 2.28 million street lamps in AustraliaRead More Street lighting standard balances safety, amenity, cost and GHGs
Standard review to reduce the frequency and severity of injuries related to domestic trampoline use.Read More Home trampolines and safety
Most private swimming pools drownings involve children under fiveRead More Swimming pools: Standards enhance child safety
The forum considered standards issues on free range eggs, food labelling and consumer standards issues.Read More Standards Australia: Consumer Standing Forum update
A new guide will improve safety by helping businesses identify potentially dangerous or banned products.Read More Unsafe products: guide highlights standards
Standards are crucial for increasing efficiency and CFA thanks our voluntary Standards Representatives.Read More World Standards Day: 14 October 2012
Consumers need to have a single uniform method of verifying conformance to safety standards.Read More Electric and electronic equipment Regulatory Compliance Mark
Smart City project leads to Standards project to support the commercialisation of smart grids in Australia.Read More Australian Standards for Smart Grids
Three new forensic standards promote consistent practices and procedures.Read More Crime scene investigations need standards too!
What may look like a good shower may not be confirmed by use.Read More Why do showers need a standard?
The standard will give producers confidence that grapevine material meets specific requirements.Read More A new standard for grapevines
Read CFA Rep Elaine Attwood’s joint presentation on labelling and definitions for nanotechnology.Read More Nanotechnology – labelling and definitions