The committee's charter is defined in its Terms Of Reference [PDF].
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Published Standards 12
Sub Committees 4
  • This is a list of projects currently being worked on by Standards Australia's Standards Development Team.

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  • 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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  • 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 This list does not display the obsolete, superseded, available superseded and withdrawn Standards.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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    Publication Title
    • AS/NZS 3835.1-2006

      Earth potential rise - Protection of telecommunications network users, personnel and plant - Code of practice

    • AS/NZS 3835.2-2006

      Earth potential rise - Protection of telecommunications network users, personnel and plant - Application guide

    • HB 100-2000 (CJC 4)

      Coordination of power and telecommunications - Manual for the establishment of safe work practices and the minimization of operational interference between power systems and paired cable telecommunications systems

    • HB 101-1997 (CJC 5)

      Coordination of power and telecommunications - Low Frequency Induction (LFI): Code of practice for the mitigation of hazardous voltages induced into telecommunications lines

    • HB 101-1997 (CJC 5) AMDT 1

      Coordination of power and telecommunications - Low Frequency Induction (LFI): Code of practice for the mitigation of hazardous voltages induced into telecommunications lines

    • HB 102-1997 (CJC 6)

      Coordination of power and telecommunications - Low Frequency Induction

    • HB 102-1997 (CJC 6) AMDT 1

      Coordination of power and telecommunications - Low Frequency Induction (LFI): Application Guide to the LFI Code

    • HB 103-1997 (CJC 7)

      Coordination of power and telecommunications - Crossings Code: The arrangement of overhead power and telecommunications lines, pole stay wires, and suspension wires

    • HB 103-1997 (CJC 7) AMDT 1

      Coordination of power and telecommunications - Crossings Code: The arrangement of overhead power and telecommunications lines, pole stay wires, and suspension wires

    • HB 219-2006

      Earth potential rise - Protection of telecommunications network users, personnel and plant - Worked examples for the application guide

    • HB 87-1997 (CJC 1)

      Joint use of poles: The placement on poles of power lines and paired cable telecommunications lines

    • HB 88-1997 (CJC 2)

      Unbalanced high voltage power lines: Code of practice for the mitigation of noise induced into paired cable telecommunications lines from unbalanced high voltage power lines

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

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