Multidimensional Measuring Instruments: Comment on OIML R 129

Closed 10 Mar 2020

Opened 29 Jan 2020


The National Measurement Institute (NMI) has been working with the International Organisation of Legal Metrology (OIML) to review the international standard for Multidimensional Measuring Instruments. The OIML R 129 standard is the international Recommendation for the requirements and testing procedures used to evaluate these instruments.

As part of this process, we are seeking input on the Fourth Committee Draft (4 CD) of the review of OIML R 129: ‘Multidimensional Measuring Instruments’.

The comments you provide will form part of a consolidated Australian submission on the 4 CD of the review of OIML R 129. Your insights will allow NMI to better represent Australian industry and facilitate international trade through this international Recommendation.

Consultation documents

Fourth Committee Draft of OIML R 129 documents:


Please use the stakeholder comments form [64KB DOCX] to record your comments on these documents.

Email the form to, by Tuesday, 10 March 2020.

Privacy Collection Statement

The department is conducting a consultation as part of the review of an international standard – OIML R 129: Multidimensional Measuring Instruments.

The department is bound by the Australian Privacy Principles outlined in Schedule 1 of the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth), which regulates how we may collect, use, disclose and store personal information.

The department will collect from this consultation your personal information (including your name, organisation, email and phone number) so that we are able to contact you, if needed, to seek clarification regarding any comments you provide on the 4 CD of OIML R 129.

NMI intends to publically release the contents of submissions. The contents of submissions will be published on our Consultation Hub. Contents of submissions will be de-identified where possible. However, if you would like your submission to be treated as confidential please indicate this in the ‘confidential submission’ section of the stakeholder comments form.

Your personal information will be accessed by departmental staff who are involved with the drafting of the consolidated Australian submission on the 4 CD of OIML R 129.

Your information will not be used or disclosed without your consent, except as set out above or where authorised or required by law. Any request made under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (Cth) for a submission marked ‘confidential’ to be made available will be determined in accordance with freedom of information laws.

Personal information will be stored and held in accordance with the department’s obligations under the Archives Act 1983 (Cth). For further information, please refer to our Privacy Policy.


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