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Public Consultation on Measurement Law Reform

Australians are being asked for their views on how to modernise the national measurement framework as part of the Australian Government’s measurement law review.

Article date:
5/04/2019 9:00 AM

Australians are being asked for their views on how to modernise the national measurement framework as part of the Australian Government’s measurement law review.

The Australian Government’s Measurement Law Review aims to ensure Australia’s measurement framework meets the needs of industry, researchers and consumers now and into the future.

The first discussion paper – Scope of Australia’s Measurement Law – was open for public consultation between May and July 2018.

The second, third and fourth papers, examining Traceable Measurement, Measuring Instruments and Measurement-based Transactions respectively, were released for public consultation on 4 April 2019, with consultation closing on 31 May 2019. Access the discussion papers or provide feedback on the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science’s consultation hub.

Forthcoming discussion papers scheduled for release throughout 2019 will address third-party arrangements and compliance arrangements.

Read more about the Measurement Law Review or contact 1300 686 664.