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Minimum Industry Standards

The Minimum Industry Standards are ‘living documents’ which are owned by industry and administered by Arboriculture Australia Ltd in partnership with state and territory industry bodies.

Each Minimum Industry Standard is subject to periodic review: a group of subject matter experts and industry representatives will review each document, collate feedback received and make any necessary changes.

Minimum Industry Standards will also be revised in response to changes in the regulatory environment, to the revision of other applicable standards, or to industry feedback.

Any suggestions for improvements of the MIS documents are welcome - if you have a better way of performing a task, please let us know, and help to share your expertise with other industry practitioners.


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Who reviews the feedback? How do they decide what to include?

The MIS documents have been writted and reviewed by a Technical Reference Group (TRG) composed of subject matter experts and industry representatives from the national, state and territory industry bodies.


The TRG will be responsible for considering feedback and conducting both the periodic and responsive reviews.



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