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“I’m the specialist on the project, so I’m expected not only to provide solutions that meet the brief and are cost effective, but also ensure that the solution will  be safe and certifiable to all the latest regulations”

As an Engineer, how can SAI Global’s products and services assist you?

Find out what Standards are in your area

To help guide you through the process of understanding what Standards are applicable in different situations, there are a number of Free Guides to help, and the Infostore allows you to browse by topic.

Electrical Engineers: Read our Free Guide to Household Electrical Equipment, or browse the Infostore for Standards relating to Electrical Engineering

HVAC Engineers: Browse the Infostore for Standards relating to central heating systems or ventilation and air-conditioning systems

Construction Engineers: Read our Free Guide to Building & Construction and our Free Guide to Pools and Spas

Environmental Engineers: Read our Free Guide to Energy Efficiency and our Free Guide to Solar Panels

Civil Engineers: Browse the Infostore for Civil Engineering, (such as bridges, roads, tunnels, earthworks), or Railway Engineering

Always refer to the latest Standard

Being certain that you are referencing the latest Standards is essential. A subscription to Standards gives you the confidence that you always have access to the latest version of the Standard.

For example, if you are a Structural Engineer when AS 2870-2011, Residential Slabs and Footings was updated in 2011, a subscription to this Standard would have automatically provided you with the updated version. Subscription Standards also allows you to create tailored packages specifically to your very needs.





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AS/NZS 3000:2007 , Electrical installations (known as the Australian/New Zealand Wiring Rules)

AS 1668.2-1991, The use of mechanical ventilation and air-conditioning in buildings - Mechanical ventilation for acceptable indoor-air quality

HB 2.2-2003, Australian Standards for civil engineering students - Structural engineering