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Hot water bottles...Standard The mandatory standard for hot water bottles prescribes requirements for the design and construction, performance and labeling....Mandatory standard...Trade Practices (Consumer Product Safety Standard) Hot Water Bottles Regulations 2008 sets out the mandatory requirements for hot
23 Mar 2017
Personal care...Page Personal care
23 Dec 2015
Tobacco & related products...Page Tobacco & related products
23 Dec 2015
Reduced Fire Risk Cigarettes...Standard The mandatory standard prescribes requirements for the performance, packaging and marking requirements of reduced fire risk cigarettes....About reduced fire risk cigarettes...All cigarettes manufactured or imported into Australia are subject to the mandatory standard f
27 Feb 2017
Disposable cigarette lighters...Standard The mandatory standard prescribes the requirements for child resistance, labelling and testing and performance of disposable lighters....About cigarette lighters...The mandatory standard for disposable cigarette lighters includes: all disposable cigarette lighters nov
29 Jun 2020
Tobacco health warnings...Standard The mandatory standard prescribes the labelling, including explanatory, information, warning messages and graphics and their rotation, for tobacco products....About the mandatory standard...A mandatory information standard exists for the health warning labelling of tobacco
18 May 2017
Personal...Page Personal
05 Jul 2016
Minor amendments to the Tobacco Information Standard...News 25 Jul 2013 Joint media release with the Hon Gary Gray MP, Minister for Resources and Energy, Minister for Small Business, Minister for Tourism Minor amendments to the Competition and Consumer (Tobacco) Information Standard 2011 to remove the
25 Jul 2013
WA bans toy-like novelty cigarette lighters...News 5 Feb 2010 Toy-like novelty cigarette lighters are being banned in Western Australia from today (5 February 2010), amid fears children could literally end up playing with fire. WA shops which stock lighters deemed to be appealing to kids under-five wil
05 Feb 2010
Novelty lighters banned...News 6 Jan 2010 Cigarette lighters that look like toys have been banned from sale in South Australia to prevent fires and burn injuries to children and adults. Minister for Consumer Affairs Gail Gago says the novelty lighters are a hidden danger because they look more like toy
06 Jan 2010
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