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Technical Data Schedules (TDSs)

Conditions of Use

  1. Use of the information and data contained in the TDS is at your sole risk.
  2. If you rely on the information in a TDS you are responsible for ensuring by independent verification its accuracy, currency and completeness.  The Department of Planning Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) cannot guarantee that the information contained in a TDS meets the standards or requirements of legislative requirements.  
  3. You must not use a TDS unless you meet the specific competency requirements for preventative maintenance servicing works and are capable of applying the TDS to your trade or area of expertise.  A TDS is only to be used by people who are specifically instructed by DPTI to use them and only for work undertaken in South Australia.  
  4. A TDS is not an exhaustive list of tasks or obligations that may be required and is generally, generic in nature. For example, manufacturer’s requirements may need to be followed for additional and / or alternative tasks and for additional and / or alternative servicing frequencies. 
  5. The information and data in a TDS is subject to change without notice.   
  6. DPTI, its agents, instrumentalities, officers and employees make no representations, express or implied, as to the accuracy of the information, the data contained in a TDS or the suitability of a TDS for a particular purpose 
  7. DPTI does not provide legal advice. DPTI accepts no liability, howsoever arising, for any loss resulting from the use of a TDS and any information or data or reliance placed on them. 
  8. DPTI may revise this disclaimer at any time by updating these Conditions of Use.

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