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Standards Australia hosts ISO, IEC leaders


This month Standards Australia hosted Sergio Mujica, ISO Secretary General, and Philippe Metzger, CEO of IEC on their visit to Australia.

The global standards leaders' hectic itinerary included speaking at our organisation's Centenary Gala Dinner, and sitting on panels at various forums which addressed hundreds of attendees.

They also participated in a Q&A session on World Standards Day, with Standards Australia hosting the Australian Graduate Data Network event.

At these events, they shared their knowledge about the role of standards in addressing important global issues, from climate change and technology adoption to big data.


Mr Metzger and Mr Mujica also met with Australian chairs and conveners of ISO and IEC committees and working groups. Attendees from a range of technical groups heard from the leaders of ISO and IEC about both organisations' priorities and initiatives.


And as part of the Centenary week, members of the Australian National Committee met with Mr Metzger to discuss IEC future directions, IEC's new strategy, and diversity and inclusion at IEC.

Standards Australia was honoured to host Mr Metzger and Mr Mujica, and looks forward to more collaboration in the future.

Centenary Gala event

World Standards Day Forum

Centenary Book

TEDx and Standards Australia's Salon Event

10 Standards keeping us safe and prosperous

Invitation to Digital Engineering Event

Aged Standards

To keep our catalogue contemporary and relevant, we are seeking feedback on a number of Aged Standards (documents over ten years old), belonging to inactive Technical Committees.
 
Let us know if these standards are still used by your industry or community by Monday 19 December 2022.
 
Learn more on our Aged Standards Review page.
 

Applications open for Graduate Program

Applications are now open for Standards Australia’s Graduate Program.
 
Commencing in January 2023, the 12-month program provides the opportunity to gain hands-on experience working across a number of core business units.
 
The program will provide graduates with the experience to work with colleagues and stakeholders on various projects and initiatives while developing a range of business, management, and technical skills, namely through mentoring, growth and development opportunities, international experience, and ongoing feedback.
 
Graduates from all disciplines will be considered, especially those who demonstrate a passion for innovation, collaboration and contributing to the Net Benefit of Australia.
 
If you know someone who may be suited to a career with Standards Australia, please encourage them to submit their resume and a cover letter to StandardsAustraliaRecruitment@standards.org.au outlining their background and why they would like to join the Program.
 
Applications close November 14.

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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.
 
Click here to view our highlights from October (PDF):
 
  • ISO and IEC Secretary Generals visit to SA
  • Management consultancy: New Field of Technical Activity
  • New standards map for household appliances

Sector Update

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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.