Electricity Regulations 1997 (Revoked) 

AS/NZS 3004:2002 Electrical installations - Marinas and pleasure craft at low-voltage

SUPERSEDED
2(4)
69C(b)
97(2)
98(2)(b)

AS/NZS 3000:2000 A3 Electrical installations (known as the Australian/New Zealand Wiring Rules): Amendment 3

SUPERSEDED
2(2)
2(4)
37(3)
69A(1)
69A(2)
69A(3)

NZS 3019(Int):2002 Electrical installations - In-service testing

SUPERSEDED
2(1)
'NZS 3019' means the Interim New Zealand Standard known as NZS 3019 (Int):2002 (Electrical installations - In-service testing); 'certificate of verification' means a document certifying that any inspection, checking, and testing necessary to verify compl
41(3)
The inspection of work to which subclause (1)(c) applies, where it relates to low voltage electrical installations, must be carried out in accordance with [section 3 of NZS 3019].
46(2)
Owners and operators of electrical installations and electrical appliances to which this regulation applies must ensure that those installations and appliances are periodically inspected in accordance with the following requirements to determine whether t
47(1)
Install, extend, and alter subcircuits (including submains), provided that—The work is tested by a registered electrical inspector, in accordance with [NZS 3019], and the work is certified by that inspector in accordance with regulation 39, before being c
69C(d)
Works, electrical installations, fittings, electrical appliances, and associated equipment comply with the design, construction, and installation requirements of regulation 69(1) if they comply with—NZS 3019, in the case of in-service testing of electrica
97(3)
Every person who hires out or leases out any vehicle, relocatable building, or pleasure vessel that contains a connectable installation must ensure that, before that person hires out or leases out that vehicle, relocatable building, or pleasure vessel to
97(4)
Every person who hires out or leases out any vehicle, relocatable building, or pleasure vessel that contains a connectable installation must ensure that, before that person hires out or leases out that vehicle, relocatable building, or pleasure vessel to
98(5)
[A person who supplies electricity at standard low voltage to a connectable installation must first verify that the installation has—a current warrant of electrical fitness issued in accordance with section 6 of NZS 3019; or a certificate of compliance, f

AS/NZS 3112:2000 Approval and test specification - Plugs and socket-outlets

SUPERSEDED
2(4)
'AS/NZS 3112' means the Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard known as AS/NZS 3112:2000 (Approval and test specification - Plugs and socket-outlets)
74(1)
3-pin flat pin socket-outlets that comply with AS/NZS 3112 must be—used only in, or with, any works, electrical installations, or electrical appliances that operate at standard low voltage; and connected so that the earth-continuity conductor is connected
98(3)
[Socket-outlets for the supply of electricity at standard low voltage to a connectable installation must,—in the case of a connectable installation in a caravan park or boat marina, comply with IEC 60309 or its equivalent or AS/NZS 3112 and be rated at or

AS/NZS 3350.2.98:1998 Safety of household and similar electrical appliances - Particular requirements - Humidifiers

SUPERSEDED
2(4)
AS/NZS 3350.2.98 means the Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard known as Humidifiers AS/NZS 3350.2.98:1998 (Safety of household and similar electrical appliances - Particular requirements)
76(7)(a)
A humidifier electrical appliance for heating liquids that operates on the electrode boiler principle (a) must comply with AS/NZS 3350.2.98 or ..

AS/NZS 3551:1996 Technical management programs for medical devices

SUPERSEDED
2(4)
AS/NZS 3551 means the Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard known as AS/NZS 3551:1996 (Technical management programmes for medical devices); and includes the amendment to that standard known as Amendment A: 2003.
46(2)
Owners and operators of electrical installations and electrical appliances to which this regulation applies must ensure that those installations and appliances are periodically inspected in accordance with the following requirements to determine whether t
69B(a)
Works, electrical installations, fittings, electrical appliances, and associated equipment comply with regulation 69(1) if they comply with— AS/NZS 2500, AS/NZS 3003, [[AS/NZS 3551, and NZS 3003.1]], in the case of electrical installations, fittings, and

AS/NZS 3832:1998 Electrical installations - Cold-cathode illumination systems

CURRENT
2(4)
'AS/NZS 3832' means the Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard known as AS/NZS 3832:1998 (Cold cathode illumination systems)
41(1)
The following kinds of prescribed electrical work to which [regulation 39] applies must be inspected by a registered electrical inspector, or by a person authorised to inspect the particular kind of prescribed electrical work under an employer licence, be
46(1)
This regulation applies to— High voltage electrical installations and high voltage electrical appliances (other than high voltage discharge lighting, where that lighting was installed in accordance with the requirements of [AS/NZS 3832]); and Electrical
69C(e)
Works, electrical installations, fittings, electrical appliances, and associated equipment comply with the design, construction, and installation requirements of regulation 69(1) if they comply with— AS/NZS 3832, in the case of electrical installations of

AS/NZS 3551:1996 AA Technical management programs for medical devices: Amendment A

SUPERSEDED
2(4)
AS/NZS 3551 means the Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard known as AS/NZS 3551:1996 (Technical management programmes for medical devices); and includes the amendment to that standard known as Amendment A: 2003.
46(2)
Owners and operators of electrical installations and electrical appliances to which this regulation applies must ensure that those installations and appliances are periodically inspected in accordance with the following requirements to determine whether t
69B(a)
Works, electrical installations, fittings, electrical appliances, and associated equipment comply with regulation 69(1) if they comply with— AS/NZS 2500, AS/NZS 3003, [[AS/NZS 3551, and NZS 3003.1]], in the case of electrical installations, fittings, and

AS/NZS 3760:2001 In-service safety inspection and testing of electrical equipment

SUPERSEDED
2(4)
'AS/NZS 3760' means the Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard known as AS/NZS 3760:2001 (Inservice safety inspection and testing of electrical equipment)
38(3)
A person may comply with this regulation by testing the electrical appliance in accordance with AS/NZS 3760.
49(8)
Where any work is carried out in accordance with section 112 of the Act,— That work must be tested in accordance with [AS/NZS 3760]; and the fittings in respect of which that work is carried out must be confirmed as electrically safe— before connection t
76(3)
A fitting or electrical appliance (other than a medical/electrical fitting or appliance) that is in-service complies with regulation 69(1) if it has been tested, inspected, and tagged in accordance with AS/NZS 3760.
76(4)
An electrical appliance (other than a medical/electrical appliance) being hired out or leased out complies with regulation 69(1) if it has been tested in accordance with AS/NZS 3760 before the hire or lease and has passed the tests required by that standa
76(5)
A used electrical appliance (other than a medical/electrical appliance) that is sold complies with regulation 69(1) if, before sale,— it has been tested in accordance with, and meets the requirements of, AS/NZS 3760, and has been tagged accordingly; or it

AS/NZS 3000:2000 A3 Electrical installations (known as the Australian/New Zealand Wiring Rules): Amendment 3

SUPERSEDED
2(2)
2(4)
37(3)
69A(1)
69A(2)
69A(3)

AS/NZS 3000:2000 Electrical installations (known as the Australian/New Zealand Wiring Rules)

SUPERSEDED
2(2)
2(4)
37(3)
69A(1)
69A(2)
69A(3)

AS/NZS 3000:2000 Electrical installations (known as the Australian/New Zealand Wiring Rules)

SUPERSEDED
2(2)
2(4)
37(3)
69A(1)
69A(2)
69A(3)

AS/NZS 3016:2002 Electrical installations - Electric security fences

CURRENT
2(4)
69C(c)
Works, electrical installations, fittings, electrical appliances, and associated equipment comply with the design, construction, and installation requirements of regulation 69(1) if they comply with—AS/NZS 3016, in the case of electrical installations of

NZS 3019(Int):2002 Electrical installations - In-service testing

SUPERSEDED
2(1)
'NZS 3019' means the Interim New Zealand Standard known as NZS 3019 (Int):2002 (Electrical installations - In-service testing); 'certificate of verification' means a document certifying that any inspection, checking, and testing necessary to verify compl
41(3)
The inspection of work to which subclause (1)(c) applies, where it relates to low voltage electrical installations, must be carried out in accordance with [section 3 of NZS 3019].
46(2)
Owners and operators of electrical installations and electrical appliances to which this regulation applies must ensure that those installations and appliances are periodically inspected in accordance with the following requirements to determine whether t
47(1)
Install, extend, and alter subcircuits (including submains), provided that—The work is tested by a registered electrical inspector, in accordance with [NZS 3019], and the work is certified by that inspector in accordance with regulation 39, before being c
69C(d)
Works, electrical installations, fittings, electrical appliances, and associated equipment comply with the design, construction, and installation requirements of regulation 69(1) if they comply with—NZS 3019, in the case of in-service testing of electrica
97(3)
Every person who hires out or leases out any vehicle, relocatable building, or pleasure vessel that contains a connectable installation must ensure that, before that person hires out or leases out that vehicle, relocatable building, or pleasure vessel to
97(4)
Every person who hires out or leases out any vehicle, relocatable building, or pleasure vessel that contains a connectable installation must ensure that, before that person hires out or leases out that vehicle, relocatable building, or pleasure vessel to
98(5)
[A person who supplies electricity at standard low voltage to a connectable installation must first verify that the installation has—a current warrant of electrical fitness issued in accordance with section 6 of NZS 3019; or a certificate of compliance, f

AS/NZS 3350.2.98:1998 Safety of household and similar electrical appliances - Particular requirements - Humidifiers

SUPERSEDED
2(4)
AS/NZS 3350.2.98 means the Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard known as Humidifiers AS/NZS 3350.2.98:1998 (Safety of household and similar electrical appliances - Particular requirements)
76(7)(a)
A humidifier electrical appliance for heating liquids that operates on the electrode boiler principle (a) must comply with AS/NZS 3350.2.98 or ..

AS/NZS 60950:2000 Safety of information technology equipment

SUPERSEDED
2(1)
'telecommunications network voltage', in relation to telecommunications lines or equipment, means a voltage that is not greater than the limits specified in AS/NZS 60950.
2(4)
'AS/NZS 60950' means the Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard known as AS/NZS 60950:2000 (Safety of information technology equipment)

AS/NZS 4249:1994 Electrical safety practices - Film, video and television sites

CURRENT
2(4)
AS/NZS 4249 means the Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard known as AS/NZS 4249:1994 (Electrical safety practices - Film, video, and television sites)
69B(e)
Works, electrical installations, fittings, electrical appliances, and associated equipment comply with regulation 69(1) if they comply with— AS/NZS 4249, in the case of electrical installations and electrical appliances in film, video, and television site

AS/NZS 4417.2:2001 Marking of electrical and electronic products to indicate compliance with regulations - Specific requirements for electrical safety regulatory applications

SUPERSEDED
101(1)
Notice in Gazette of 23 November 2006 issued under Clause 101(1) of the Electricity Regulations listing certain electrical appliances and fittings defined under this Standard which must not be sold or offered for sale without having the approval of the En
101A(1)(a)
Notice in Gazette of 23 November 2006 issued under this Clause of the Electricity Regulations listing electrical appliances and fittings as defined by this Standard, including Amendment 1, which must not be sold or offered for sale without having a declar

AS/NZS 4701:2000 Requirements for domestic electrical appliances and equipment for reconditioning or parts recycling

CURRENT
2(4)
'AS/NZS 4701' means the Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard known as AS/NZS 4701:2000 (Requirements for domestic electrical appliances for reconditioning or parts recycling)
76(5)(b)
A used electrical appliance (other than a medical/electrical appliance) that is sold complies with regulation 69(1) if, before sale,— it has been tested in accordance with, and meets the requirements of, AS/NZS 3760, and has been tagged accordingly; or it

AS/NZS 3760:2001 In-service safety inspection and testing of electrical equipment

SUPERSEDED
2(4)
'AS/NZS 3760' means the Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard known as AS/NZS 3760:2001 (Inservice safety inspection and testing of electrical equipment)
38(3)
A person may comply with this regulation by testing the electrical appliance in accordance with AS/NZS 3760.
49(8)
Where any work is carried out in accordance with section 112 of the Act,— That work must be tested in accordance with [AS/NZS 3760]; and the fittings in respect of which that work is carried out must be confirmed as electrically safe— before connection t
76(3)
A fitting or electrical appliance (other than a medical/electrical fitting or appliance) that is in-service complies with regulation 69(1) if it has been tested, inspected, and tagged in accordance with AS/NZS 3760.
76(4)
An electrical appliance (other than a medical/electrical appliance) being hired out or leased out complies with regulation 69(1) if it has been tested in accordance with AS/NZS 3760 before the hire or lease and has passed the tests required by that standa
76(5)
A used electrical appliance (other than a medical/electrical appliance) that is sold complies with regulation 69(1) if, before sale,— it has been tested in accordance with, and meets the requirements of, AS/NZS 3760, and has been tagged accordingly; or it

AS/NZS 3820:1998 Essential safety requirements for low voltage electrical equipment

SUPERSEDED
2(4)
'AS/NZS 3820' means the Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard known as AS/NZS 3820:1998 (Essential safety requirements for low voltage electrical equipment)
76(1)
Low voltage fittings and electrical appliances must comply with AS/NZS 3820.

AS/NZS 4701:2000 Requirements for domestic electrical appliances and equipment for reconditioning or parts recycling

CURRENT
2(4)
'AS/NZS 4701' means the Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard known as AS/NZS 4701:2000 (Requirements for domestic electrical appliances for reconditioning or parts recycling)
76(5)(b)
A used electrical appliance (other than a medical/electrical appliance) that is sold complies with regulation 69(1) if, before sale,— it has been tested in accordance with, and meets the requirements of, AS/NZS 3760, and has been tagged accordingly; or it

AS/NZS 3820:1998 Essential safety requirements for low voltage electrical equipment

SUPERSEDED
2(4)
'AS/NZS 3820' means the Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard known as AS/NZS 3820:1998 (Essential safety requirements for low voltage electrical equipment)
76(1)
Low voltage fittings and electrical appliances must comply with AS/NZS 3820.

AS/NZS 3832:1998 Electrical installations - Cold-cathode illumination systems

CURRENT
2(4)
'AS/NZS 3832' means the Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard known as AS/NZS 3832:1998 (Cold cathode illumination systems)
41(1)
The following kinds of prescribed electrical work to which [regulation 39] applies must be inspected by a registered electrical inspector, or by a person authorised to inspect the particular kind of prescribed electrical work under an employer licence, be
46(1)
This regulation applies to— High voltage electrical installations and high voltage electrical appliances (other than high voltage discharge lighting, where that lighting was installed in accordance with the requirements of [AS/NZS 3832]); and Electrical
69C(e)
Works, electrical installations, fittings, electrical appliances, and associated equipment comply with the design, construction, and installation requirements of regulation 69(1) if they comply with— AS/NZS 3832, in the case of electrical installations of