A paper outlining outcomes of public consultations for the legal metrology policy review has been published.
NMI recently sought feedback from stakeholders on how legal metrology could best serve the needs of Australian business and consumers now and into the future.
A Legal Metrology Policy Review Discussion Paper was prepared and released for public comment from 12 August to 26 September 2016.
Forty written submissions were received on the discussion paper and 36 non-confidential submissions have been made available. Please view the submissions from the respondents.
In addition, 22 face-to-face and teleconference meetings were held with key industry and consumer stakeholders in Canberra, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney.
The Legal Metrology Policy Review Response Paper summarises the feedback on the discussion paper and provides responses to the issues raised.