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  1. AS/NZS 4187 RELEVANT STANDARDS BUSTED Robyn Williams NUM CSSD LBHHS & Standards Australia Chair HE-023

  2. Relevant Standards

  3. Quality

  4. Reprocesing Instructions & W-D

  5. Washer Disinfectors

  6. Washer Disinfectors

  7. ISO 11607 Packaging for terminally sterilized medical devices

  8. ISO 11607 Packaging for terminally sterilized medical devices

  9. Chemical & Biological Indicators

  10. Other Biological Indicator

  11. ISO 17665 Sterilization of health care products—Moist heat

  12. Small Moist Heat sterilisers

  13. Low Temperature Sterilisers

  14. Ethylene oxide

  15. Ethylene oxide

  16. Dry Heat

  17. Building

  18. AS1668 The use of ventilation and airconditioning in buildings

  19. Legend • Legend • ISO – International Standards Organisation • ISO DIS - ISO Draft International Standard similar to our public comment period • ISO TS – International Standards Organisation Technical Specification • ISO DTS – International Standards Organisation Draft Technical Specification • ISO FDIS - ISO Final Draft International Standard [voting prior to publication] • EN – European Norm • AS – Australian Standard • AS/NZS – Australian New Zealand Standard • HB – Handbook

  20. ISO Standards development • ISO Standards development goes through the following stages (each stage has a different time frame for the ballot): • NWIP (New Work Item Proposal), which is balloted;   • WD (Working Draft) within the committee (no ballot); • CD (Committee Draft) , which can go out for ballot, • DIS (Draft International Standard) (ballot) , • FDIS (Final Draft International Standard (ballot).   At the FDIS stage, there can only be editorial changes - no technical ones.

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