The industry standard in Australia is to replace the entire system on a regular basis and this means that replacing the entire equipment and installation system every three years or so is not uncommon.
For the past decade, however, the industry has been pushing for a longer term standard to ensure that the systems are maintained and that the safety of their owners and the public are not compromised.
This week, the Australian Industry Group released its first recommendation on this issue.
The recommendation says that the industry should consider the need for an annual change of power supply as well as the need to maintain the existing systems for the long term.
What this means for you Power suppliers, in particular, need to ensure their systems and installations are in a safe and reliable state, to ensure they are able to safely operate during times of crisis.
This could mean that the supply and the use of the equipment and installations will be modified or upgraded during the year.
Power companies are required to have the systems tested to ensure compliance with the new Australian Standard.
What will the Australian Standard look like?
The standard will include a set of standards, the first of which is the National Standard for Industrial Products.
These standards will be published by the Australian Energy Regulator in 2018.
These guidelines set out the industry’s current standards for electrical, mechanical and industrial equipment and are a direct response to the changing requirements of the 21st century.
These requirements have increased significantly in the past year.
These include new safety requirements such as the requirements for energy efficiency, the introduction of new emission standards for industrial products, and a requirement to have a new standard for new and refurbished power supply equipment.
The industry also wants to ensure the supply of power is safe.
This will be an important area of scrutiny as the industry tries to ensure safety in the future.
The National Standard will set out all the requirements of electricity systems and equipment and include a clear statement on the use and maintenance of these systems.
The Australian Energy Standards Agency (AESA) will also be responsible for ensuring compliance with this standard and its guidance and guidance will be released to the industry and the general public by mid-2018.
The recommendations will also include requirements on the installation of new systems.
This includes ensuring the systems meet all the applicable safety standards for the equipment installed in the system.
In 2018, the AESA will be updating the Australian Power System Safety Standard (APSS) which includes an update to the APSS 2010, which has been in effect since 2008.
It is also the final set of regulations on electricity supply in Australia.
What are the requirements?
The Australian Industry Groups recommendation is for the Australian Electrical Industry Standards Board (AIEB) to adopt an industry standard for power supply in 2018 and to publish it in 2018 to ensure it is compliant with the Australian standard.
The AIEB will be the regulator of the Australian electrical supply system and will have the power to amend and revise the standards in line with its powers.
The final AIEb standard will be based on a revised standard released in March 2020, which is expected to be published in late 2021.
This means the AIEBs standards will also become the official standards of the electricity supply system.
AIEs standards will include the requirements that power systems be safe, effective, reliable and capable of meeting the new safety and performance requirements.
What is the status of the industry?
The AIAB will publish the standard for the supply system in 2018, which will be revised by AIE in 2022 and revised again in 2021.
The revised standard will contain further safety and efficiency requirements, and will also contain more stringent requirements for new power systems, including a requirement for new systems to be refurbished within three years.
AESB members will be required to undertake independent risk assessments of their systems.
AIABs regulatory bodies, which are the same as those responsible for the ATSB, will have a role in drafting the final standard and the AIESB will also conduct independent reviews of the standards to ensure there is not a gap in standards between the standards and the standards of ATSBs members.
AIC and AESA members will also have a say in drafting and finalising the standards.
AIO members will then be responsible to ensure AIAs standards are maintained, and AESAs standards are updated in line the AIO standard.
What happens if the industry doesn’t adopt the standard?
If the industry does not adopt the recommended standard, the standard will still apply to the supply systems of suppliers to ensure continuity of supply.
This is a very common situation for existing and new power supply systems.
In this situation, the regulator will take steps to ensure all existing supply systems meet the standard and ensure the reliability of the systems and the safety and safety of the public is maintained.
However, the system is likely to be maintained in an interim basis.
If the regulator does not approve the standards, then the supply companies will be in breach of the national standard and could be liable for