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About usAbout us brochureAssignments, authorisations, delegations and determinations (revised version available soon)Enterprise agreementManagement teamOrganisation chart
Charging Arrangements for Pattern Approval, Licensing and Appointments FunctionsMeasurement legislation National Measurement Act National Measurement Guidelines National Measurement Regulations National Trade Measurement Regulations Pattern approval examination Pattern approval procedures and pattern approval procedures Pattern approval guidelines and procedures Pattern approval requirements Research we undertakeServices we provideTrade measurement for businessTrade measurement for consumersTrade measurement guides (point-of-sale systems; prepackaged goods; the average quantity system; selling alcohol; selling bread and bakery products; selling fruit and vegetables; selling meat and seafood; selling firewood; selling garden landscape materials; selling petrol, diesel and LPG; selling precious stones and metals)
Consultation arrangementsEnquiriesTrade measurement enquiries and complaints
Freedom of information disclosure log
Service charter Trade measurement service charterStrategic plan
Legal metrology authoritiesServicing licensees
Measurement traceability policy Quality policy Trade measurement compliance and enforcement policy and trade measurement compliance and enforcement policy
General contact us detailsFreedom of information requestsIPS enquiries
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