News

We are pleased to advise that MyWTA now includes a screen allowing users to enter or change limits on any test parameter before a test is complete....

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As a result of customer feedback, two new features have been added to MyWTA to improve the user experience when making changes to certificates.  Th...

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The latest addition to MyWTA is a screen that shows tests that are complete and ready to be picked up via the Brokers Comms system.  This is benefi...

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NZWTA has provided monthly testing statistics to the industry and interested parties for several years via its website.  This also included data on...

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BackgroundAS/NZS 4602.1:2011 is a joint Australian and New Zealand Standard covering high visibility safety garments.

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checktest

We can advise that MyWTA now offers users the ability to initiate a check-test on their lots. This process automatically starts check-tests in the

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MyWTA has recently been updated with two new features. Firstly, the list of Greasy Lots now shows....

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NZWTA Ltd is pleased to announce that we have recently upgraded our Napier laboratory with new pieces of important innovative testing equipment.  T...

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NZWTA Ltd recently featured on TVNZ’s ‘Rural Delivery’ series.  The episode focusses on the new commercial staple length and strength test on cross...

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Recent changes have been made to the Code of Practice for Temporary Traffic Management (CoPTTM) issued by the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA). ...

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Any retro-reflective materials and devices used for safety garments (commonly referred to as 'tape') as applied to road traffic control

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International research has identified a correlation between infant mortality and overly-soft sleep surfaces.  Such surfaces can obstruct an infant'...

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We are pleased to advise that NZWTA Ltd has recently made some significant improvements to its website. These will enhance the user experience and ...

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International environmental agencies demand strict regulations relating to chemical (pesticide) residue levels in wool...

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This is the fourth and final article in a series relating to information about high visibility garments. This article provides details...

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This is the third article in a series relating to information about high‐visibility garments. The first two articles discussed requireme...

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This is the second article in a series relating to information about high-visibility garments. The first of these articles looked at the...

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Safety clothing is becoming a critical aspect of workplace health and safety regulations. In high-risk applications, particularly those involving moving vehicles or machinery, the use of specialty garments that provide high-visibility is essential. There are strict specifications around high-visibility garments to ensure these provide appropriate visibility across different weather conditions and types of work.

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Scouring wool can often involve a number of chemical treatments in order to standardise its colour or provide additional properties to impr...

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