• Preview and buy the New Wiring Rules first from SAI Global

    • Electrical installations will soon be governed by a new set of rules. Developed by Standards Australia and industry experts, compliance with the new Wiring Rules AS/NZS 3000 will be mandatory*.

      With over 600 pages, the new Wiring Rules will remain in two parts in a single volume but will have 30 percent more information. Preview and buy it first from SAI Global.

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      • Solution overview

        • Essential for electricians, inspectors and regulators, AS/NZS 3000 specifies the electrical installation safety requirements for all premises in Australia and New Zealand.
        • With over 200 proposed changes, the new edition will expand coverage on electrical installations, improve safeguards and bring industry requirements in line with best practice.


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        • Benefits for your organisation

          Protect your business and build customer trust

          To be successful in the electrical industry, you need to be accurate, reliable, experienced and work safely. Being good at what you do and demonstrating knowledge of the latest practices can help you to earn customer trust and repeat business.

          Comply with the obligations of your licence

          The new AS/NZS 3000 will outline the fundamental safety principles and 'deemed to comply' solutions for electrical work in all domestic and commercial work environments. Compliance with the new requirements can give you the confidence that you need to best service your customers.

          Gain a competitive advantage

          Knowing the latest in technology, equipment and improved electrical installation techniques can help you work more efficiently and independently. That's why it's important to have good understanding of the changes and how it will affect your business.

          *The Standard will be applied on a mandatory basis in accordance with relevant State legislation.

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