|Terminology or Abbreviation
||What it stands for or meaning
||Significance and Implication
||National Association of Testing Authority
||Third Party Accreditation Body, https://www.nata.com.au/
||Third Party Certification and Accreditation Body, https://www.saiglobal.com/
||Therapeutic Goods Administration
||Governs the Pharmaceutical space
||Office of Gene Technology Regulator
||Sets requirements for work done with Genetic Modification research
||Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers
||Guidelines on Commissioning Methodologies in HVAC
||Principle Certifying Authority
||This is the Building Owner’s Agent who is authorised to give the final Occupancy Certificate or Re-certification for the Building.
|He normally requires all mandatory requirements of the BCA NCC confirmed by the relevant trades.
|FC trade ( Fire Damper Installation Certification ) and
|FC exhaust confirmation if part of Fire Strategy.
|BCA or NCC
||Building Code of Australia or National Construction Code
||The BCA and NCC is mentioned is the WHS Act and Regulation so these are the minimum requirements to be met in any building construction
||Australian / New Zealand Standard 2243 part 8, Fifth edition 2014
||Australian / New Zealand Standard 2243 part 8, 2014 Safety in Laboratories Part 8: Fume cupboards
||Australian / New Zealand Standard 2243 part 9, Third edition 2009
||Australian / New Zealand Standard 2243 part 9, 2009 Safety in Laboratories Part 9: Recirculating Fume Cabinets