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Standards Australia update on standards being reviewed

May 31 2015

Standards Australia has provided an updated Active and Approved Project listing. This reports that AS/NZS 1891.1, AS/NZS 1891.2, and AS/NZS 1891.3 Standards are currently in redrafting stage, whilst AS/NZS 5532 has a project approval by the committee to determine if a review will be conducted. Refer to www.standards.org.au for more details.

Other News

WAHA Activity News Update: Australian Standards Update

May 22 2017

WAHA Activity News Australian Standards Update The SF015 Committee of Standards Australia is continuing to meet to review the AS/NZS 1891 Series of Standards. As previously advised, work requires to be …

WAHA releases E-News – Safe Working at Height – More than a Fall Issue!

May 17 2017

Australia’s Working at Heights Association releases E-News article: We are all aware of the dangers and risks associated with Working at Height. However, when we think about the risk, we tend …

WAHA Standards Update

November 3 2016

Standards Update The SF015 Committee is continuing with the process of splitting Part 1 of the Standard into 3 sections – Lanyard Assemblies, Harnesses and Connectors to allow both easier referencing …

WAHA Newsletter Article: Anchor System Management

July 15 2016

Purpose The purpose of this Bulletin is to inform all Facility and Property Managers on the important of sourcing and maintaining documentation on installed anchor systems. There are community expectations for …

RISsafety completes the Commonwealth Bank Adelaide Oval RoofClimb

April 6 2016

RISsafety today completed the design and construction of the Commonwealth Bank Adelaide Oval RoofClimb across the top of the Western and Southern stands of this iconic Adelaide landmark.  This adventure experience …

WAHA Article: Endorsed Training Course Development

March 29 2016

WAHA today published an article that explains the intentions of the association to develop the minimum elements and performance criteria required for a Basic Safe Working at Height course.  Click here to …