AALARA completes input to planned Go Karting standard
The Australian Amusement, Leisure and Recreation Association (AALARA)’s Go Kart Subcommittee has completed its work on the planned new Australian Standard for for commercial Go Karting operations.
The draft new Go Karting standard is now with Standards Australia for editing, a process AALARA expects to take four to six weeks.
Once initial editing is complete it will be sent to Standards Australia’s ME51 Amusement Device Committee for review and editing.
When the ME51 Committee has completed its work the next stage of the draft will be released for public comment .
Once released for public comment, the AALARA Go Kart Subcommittee (ACKA) will meet to discuss putting together a submission for AALARA to send to Standards Australia.
A statement from AALARA explains “this submission will need to be detailed down to specific clauses and suggested alternate wording with solid reasoning behind it.
“We will need the committee to work together during this time to help put this together.”
The AALARA statement suggests that with the period for public comment likely to last between six and nine weeks, the Association and its ACKA Subcommittee will have to rapidly consider its response.
The AALARA statement also acknowledged the “the hard work and input from the ACKA Subcommittee” that “been integral to the progress of the development of the Go Karting standard.”
For more information go to www.aalara.com.au
Image is used for illustrative purposes.
30th September 2014 - 21ST AALARA CONFERENCE RETURNS TO GOLD COAST IN 2015
27th August 2014 - WANNEROO KART HIRE FINED OVER 2011 SAFETY INCIDENT
Asking a small favour
We hope that you value the news that we publish so while you're here can we ask for your support?
The news we publish at www.ausleisure.com.au is independent, credible (we hope) and free for you to access, with no pay walls and no annoying pop-up ads.
However, as an independent publisher, can we ask for you to support us by subscribing to the printed Australasian Leisure Management magazine - if you don't already do so.
Published bi-monthly since 1997, the printed Australasian Leisure Management differs from this website in that it publishes longer, in-depth and analytical features covering aquatics, attractions, entertainment, events, fitness, parks, recreation, sport, tourism and venues management.
Subscriptions cost just $90 a year.
Click here to subscribe.
The Complete Guide to Leisure Industry Products & Services.
Supreme Heating is a proud Australian owned company specialising in the latest energy efficient heating solutions. Since 1990, Supreme Heating has designed and installed commercial pool heating…read more
Gunnebo is a global provider of security and access control solutions and services with sales companies in 31 countries in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, the Americas and Australia.…read more
HTS Group Ltd provides a complete design, system integration, installation and maintenance package to the transportation, traffic engineering, parking and sports timing industries in New Zealand,…read more
TRP help health clubs, leisure centres and gyms across the globe create happy, loyal members through our user-friendly software which enables effective engagement and the delivery exceptional customer…read more
With its sleek good looks and easy-to-use yet powerful functionality, Envibe is the premium fitness club software for the Australasian leisure, recreation and fitness industry. We are the most…read more
Turnstile Entry Systems and Access Control Centaman Entrance Controls’ Award Winning Range of Access Control Systems includes tripod & triarm turnstiles, speedgates, full height…read more
As of the 1st July 2018, Enta Australasia Pty Ltd/Best Union has been rebranded as VIVATICKET Pty Ltd. Click here to view the VIVATICKET Pty Ltd listing. 19th July 2018 - ENTA…read more
get listed with our suppliers directory
Get your business noticed in our targeted directory. Viewed by 10,000 industry professionals per week!