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The Commonwealth of Australia has published Consumer Goods (Sunglasses and Fashion Spectacles) Safety Standard 2017.
From 1 Jul 2019, sunglasses and fashion spectacles shall comply with Consumer Goods (Sunglasses and Fashion Spectacles) Safety Standard 2017, which differs from the voluntary Australian/New Zealand standard: AS/NZS 1067.1:2016 Eye and face protection - Sunglasses and fashion spectacles by deleting the below:
|4.2||Filter material and surface quality|
|7.4||Increased endurance of sunglasses|
|7.5||Resistance to perspiration|
|7.6||Impact resistance of the filter|
|8||Resistance to solar radiation|
|10||Resistance to abrasion|
|12.1(c)||Reference to this Standard|
|12.2(a)||An explanation of the trademarks that are not universally recognized or foreseen by the users of this Standard|
|12.2(c)||The country of origin|
|12.3.2||Methods of marking and labelling – Durability|
|Note to 13.1||Note to Selection of test samples – General|
In the transition period before 1 July 2019, sunglasses and fashion spectacles may comply with either:
After 1 July 2019, Consumer Protection Notice No. 13 of 2003 will be repealed and only the new standard will be in effect.
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