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StatExtracts for an international comparison. What is a Standard? There are three categories of standards: National Standards These are developed either by a national standards body like Standards Australia or other accredited bodies.
Standards and the Law On their own, standards are voluntary. Benefits of Standards Standards mean better value for all. They ensure the quality and consistency of products and services, giving businesses and consumers greater peace of mind. They also benefit the economy, improve health and safety, protect our natural resources, and improve our quality of life.
Here are six key benefits of our standards: Standards are a launch pad for exciting new ideas. They can be created, evolved or discarded according to our changing world.
New standards are developed to reflect the latest technologies, innovations and community needs. Give products a competitive edge: