The committee's charter is defined in its Terms Of Reference [PDF].
Terms of Reference is subject to change

Active Projects 0
Constitution 15
International Relationships 0
Published Standards 19
Sub Committees 1
Active Projects 0
Constitution 15
International Relationships 0
Published Standards 19
Sub Committees 1
  • This is a list of projects currently being worked on by Standards Australia's Standards Development Team.

    There are no active projects for this committee

  • The constitution of a Technical Committee consists of the Nominating Organisations that represent various interest groups across the industries. These Nominating Organisations are currently participating in Standards Australia’s Standards Development activity. The Nominating Organisation appoints a representative to represent the views of that organisation’s interest group during the development of a Standard.

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  • Standards Australia participates in Standards development with the International standards bodies as listed below.

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    There are no international relationships for this committee

  • Below is the list of current Standards developed and published by Standards Australia. This list does not display the obsolete, superseded, available superseded and withdrawn Standards. The published Standards are documents that set out specifications and procedures designed to ensure products, services and systems are safe, reliable and consistently perform the way they are intended to.

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    Designation
    Publication Title
    • AS 1998-1977

      A6 microfiche for engineering and other data (excluding computer output microfiche)

    • MP 25-2002

      Basic guide to microfilming

    • AS 1717-1975

      Unitized microfilm carriers (35 mm)

    • AS/NZS 4579-1999

      Micrographics - Reader-printers for transparent microforms - Characteristics

    • AS/NZS 4578-1999

      Micrographics - Readers for transparent microforms - Measurement of characteristics

    • AS/NZS 4577-1999

      Micrographics - Readers for transparent microforms - Performance characteristics

    • AS 2840-1986

      Microfilming newspapers for archival purposes

    • AS 1203.4-1996

      Microfilming of engineering documents - Microfilming of drawings of special and exceptional elongated sizes

    • AS 1203.1-1996

      Microfilming of engineering documents - Operating procedures

    • AS 1203.2-1996

      Microfilming of engineering documents - Quality criteria and control

    • AS 1203.3-1996

      Microfilming of engineering documents - Unitized 35 mm microfilm carriers

    • AS 3674-1989

      Storage of microfilm

    • HB 181-2003

      ISO/TR 12031 Micrographics - Inspection of silver-gelatin microforms for evidence of deterioration

    • HB 180-2003

      ISO/TR 12036 Micrographics - Expungement, deletion, correction or amendment of records on microforms

    • HB 179-2003

      ISO/TR 12037 Electronic imaging - Recommendations for the expungement of information recorded on write-once optical media

    • HB 178-2003

      ISO/TR 12654 Electronic imaging - Recommendations for the management of electronic recording systems for the recording of documents that may be required as evidence, on WORM optical disk

    • HB 177-2003

      ISO/TR 14105 Electronic imaging - Human and organizational for successful Electronic Image Management (EIM) implementation

    • ATS 5083-2003

      ISO/TS 12033 Electronic imaging - Guidance for selection of document image compression methods

    • AS/NZS 4589-1999

      Micrographics - Microfilming of documents on 16 mm and 35 mm silver-gelatin type microfilm - Operating procedures

  • The Sub Committees within the Technical Committee are listed here.

    Sub Committees