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2012 Standards and Conformance Infrastructure Review: seeking input from stakeholders

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Summary

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) is undertaking a review of New Zealand’s standards and conformance infrastructure review, with a specific focus on the standards system. To help our analysis of issues, MBIE is interested in understanding the value that a range of users - including businesses, regulators and consumers - derive from the standards system in New Zealand.

To understand more about this value, we would like input from stakeholders on:

  • how national standards are being used by you and/or your sector
  • what you find most valuable about the national standards development process
  • the extent to which you use international and/or trans-Tasman standards, and the extent to which specific New Zealand standards are needed
  • any issues you face in using national standards or the standards development process.

 

Where to send your input

Please send your input by 5pm, 31 July 2012 on the above topics either via email to standards@med.govt.nz, or to:

2012 Standards and Conformance Infrastructure Review
Trade Environment team
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
33 Bowen Street
PO Box 1473
Wellington 6140

Last updated 4 July 2012