The Australian Government is conducting a review of measurement law in Australia.  To assist in the review they are seeking public consultation.  Who better to offer informed feedback on measurement than experienced metrolgists in the MSA?  Don't delay, responses are required by June 22nd, 2018.  Read the discussion paper here.

"Australia's measurement laws protect businesses and consumers, ensuring we trust and rely on measurements we use everyday. From high accuracy global positioning, to the petrol bowsers to fill up our cars, we all rely on Australia's measurement system. To make sure this system continues to meet the needs of our economy, the Australian Government wants to engage you in a discussion on the future of Australia's measurement laws.

The Scope of Australia's Measurement Laws represents the first of a series of public consultations to be undertaken in 2018. The discussion paper is seeking your views on what should and should not be addressed by the legislative framework underpinning Australia's measurement system.

The insights gained through this public consultation process will help create a simple and modern measurement framework that can meet the measurement challenges of today and opportunities of tomorrow. Submissions close Friday, 22 June 2018.

We would appreciate it if you could circulate the discussion paper and information on the Measurement Law Review within your community.

Click the button below or visit to learn more about the Measurement Law Review and to share your views with us. All Australians, from researchers and engineers, from to retailers and consumers, all have an interest in an effective and reliable measurement system.

If you have any questions about the Measurement Law Review, please email or call us on 1300 686 664.

Thank you

Measurement Law Review"