Geoffrey Booth, Managing Director of Black & White Engineering Solutions Pty Limited (BWES) has recently returned from representing Australian Industry Group at the 149th Meeting of the EL-002 committee in Wellington, New Zealand. EL-002 is a joint Australian and New Zealand Standards committee that prepares Standards for the safety of electrical equipment, appliances, and small power transformers, while in use with people, livestock, and the environment. EL-002 committee has 24 Australian and 5 New Zealand members, and meets twice-yearly in Australia or New Zealand, by rotation.
Geoffrey Booth, Managing Director of Black & White Engineering Solutions Pty Limited (BWES) has today announced that Lloyd Knipe will re-join the company as Managing Director- Operations & Supply Chain on 1st January 2012, after completion of his overseas tenure.
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14th September 2011
As part of this programme, Elaine will be attending a workshop in Melbourne between the 23rd and 26th October where she will have the opportunity to observe an IEC technical meeting, a part of the Standardization Management Board (SMB) meeting and a part of the Conformity Assessment Board (CAB) meeting. She will also be attending interactive workshops which will help her to enhance her understanding of standard, their application and development. Elaine's participation in this programme complements her role in standards committee CS-106- Consumers Product Management Systems, on which she represents Australian Industry Group. Elaine was recently nominated to represent this committee at a meeting in San Francisco of its mirror groups ISO PC 243 (Consumer Product Safety: A Practical Guide for Suppliers) and ISO PC 240- Guidance standard on Consumer product recall and corrective action. This will take place between the 19th and 23rd September.
25th May 2010
Standards New Zealand recently awarded the EL-002 Committee, upon which Geoffrey Booth sits, their Committee of the Year Award.
As Debbie Chin, Chief Executive of Standards New Zealand explains, 'the Standards EL-002 develops are used by regulators, manufacturers and testing houses to ensure that electrical appliances and equipment released for sale on both sides of the Tasman are safe and aligned with international standards'.
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