• i2i Usage Rights


    To access your nominated Product, you the Customer, are agreeing to the terms and conditions of the Agreement comprising the following documents:

    (a) this Product Specific Usage Rights;

    (b) the Terms & Conditions of Sale (as set out at Terms & Conditions of Sale); 

    (c) the Proposal accepted by the Customer (in the event a Proposal has been issued to the Customer);  

    (d) the Product Description; and  

    (e) the Invoice.    

    This Service is supplied by SAI Global Pty Limited ABN 67 050 611 642, Level 37, 680 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia (SAI Global). 


    1.  Definitions and Interpretations


    In these terms and conditions:

    “i2i Platform” means the software platform housing the Publications and/or Third Party Documents accessed and used by the User via the i2i web portal; 

    “Intellectual Property” means all current and future registered and unregistered rights, including copyright and trademarks, in respect of the Web Portals, the Service and/or the Publications;

    “Publication” means Standards and other publications for which SAI Global is an authorised distributor for and as specified in the Proposal;

    “Publication Connection” means the links and other cross referencing functionality created by the User in respect of the documents and/or Publications;

    Standards On-Line” means the software platform housing the Publications accessed and used by the User via the Standards On-Line web portal;

    “Third Party Document” means a document (other than a Publication) uploaded onto the i2i Platform by the User;

    “User ” means each user of the Web Portals authorised by SAI Global or, where so authorised, by the Customer, to use them in accordance with these terms and conditions; and Web Portals means Standards On-Line and i2i Platform web portals.

    Other defined terms set out herein have the same meaning as those same terms set out in the Terms & Conditions of Sale unless otherwise defined herein. 

    2. Access to Product though Standards On-Line


    In the event you are accessing the Product though SAI Global’s Standards On-Line, the terms set out in the main body of this document apply. 


    3. Access to Product through i2i Platform


    In the event you are accessing the Product though SAI Global’s i2i Platform and/or using the functionalities of the i2i Platform, in addition to the terms set out in the main body of this document, the terms in Annexure A also apply.  


    4. Customer acknowledgements, rights & obligations 


    The Customer acknowledges that:

    (a) it does not own the electronic downloaded files, printed files, any disks, documentation or manuals on which the Service or Intellectual Property is originally or subsequently recorded or fixed;

    (b) may use the electronic or printed files to obtain information contained in them for its internal business purposes only (and in accordance with clause 2.2 of the Terms & Conditions of Sale);

    (c) no promise, representation, warranty or undertaking (other than any contained in this Agreement) has been given by SAI Global or any person on its behalf in relation to the profitability of or any other consequences or benefits to be obtained from the use of the Service and the Customer relies wholly on its own skill and judgment in deciding to use the Service;  

    (d) no warranty or representation is made by SAI Global or any party connected with this Service, express or implied, with regard to the quality, utility, completeness or accuracy of the Service;  

    (e) the licence to use the Service terminates upon termination or expiry of this Agreement;

    (f) not to use the Service or Web Portals to combine with any other information with the object of offering it on line or in any manner to third parties;

    (g) all rights, title and interest (including the intellectual property rights) in the Web Portals as well as the i2i Platform shall at all times be and remain the property of SAI Global and/or its related bodies corporate and the Customer shall not acquire any right, title or interest in the same;

    (h) SAI Global reserves the right at any time to make changes to either of the Web Portals without notice to the Customer;

    (i) SAI Global does not warrant that (i) access to either of the Web Portals will be uninterrupted or error free; and (ii) functionalities of the Web Portals meet the Customer’s requirements;  

    (j) except for liability that by law (including without limitation by the Competition and Consumer Act 2010) cannot be limited, SAI Global liability to the Customer for any reason, including breach of this Agreement, however arising (including for negligence) is limited, at the option of SAI Global, to either resupplying the Product or the payment of the cost of having the Product supplied again;    


    The Customer or User may download and store electronic copies for temporary off-line uses. In event that you are accessing the Product through SAI Global's' Standards On-Line, the User acknowledges that downloaded copies of Standards are encoded with a predetermined expiry date, after which they cease to be accessible.

    In addition to the prohibitions set out in clause 2.2 of the Terms & Conditions of Sale, the Customer or User agrees that:

    (a) it will not challenge or call into question SAI Global’s rights to and/or ownership of Intellectual Property rights;

    (b) must not reproduce documents or portions of documents provided by this Service other than in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. Written consent must be obtained from The Copyright Officer, Information Services, SAI Global Ltd, GPO Box 5420, Sydney NSW 2001 at copyright@saiglobal.com prior to reproducing documents or portions of documents; and 

    (c) it must not use the functionalities of the Web Portals and/or the Service in a manner, or associated with material that would damage the reputation or goodwill of SAI Global or the respective owners of the Intellectual Property.   


    5. Optional Extended Copy / Paste Licence


    This clause 5 applies to a Customer who has subscribed to the extended Copy / Paste Licence so as to be able to reproduce content from Australian Standards. If in doubt, please contact your Librarian / Knowledge Manager / System Administrator to determine if your organisation has subscribed to this extended licence.

    The User is permitted to copy and paste up to 25% of the content from the Australian Standards into the User’s internal documents for internal use only.

    For reproduction of greater than 25% of any Australian Standard, or distribution of content outside Customer’s organisation, the Customer must seek written approval from the SAI Global, Copyright Officer at copyright@saiglobal.com.

    All content copied from an Australian Standard must be clearly identified as such in the User’s internal document and be accompanied by the following statement for each and every instance of the copied content, e.g. under the copied text/diagram or in the footer as appropriate for formatting integrity:

    Reproduced under Standards On-Line Plus Licence (Subscriber ID: to be supplied by SAI Global)

    The extended rights granted under this clause 5 terminate upon termination or expiry of this Agreement. All print outs and electronic formats (for example, PFD files) of Australian Standards must be destroyed or deleted and no Australian Standards content contained within internal documents may be extracted for inclusion in other internal documents.

    If the User wishes to continue reproducing Australian Standards content, the User (or Customer) may either:

    (a) renew the Service, including the Extended Copy/Paste Licence; or

    (b) Establish a separate copyright licence by contacting the SAI Global, Copyright Officer at copyright@saiglobal.com.   

    The User acknowledges that some Australian Standards contain content that is not the copyright of Standards Australia and, where so marked, may not to be reproduced under this Extended Copy / Paste Licence.  



    ANNEXURE A – i2i Platform

    1. Customer’s use of i2i Platform


    The i2i Platform has been provided by SAI Global to assist the User to upload Third Party Documents and create Publication Connections.

    The User warrants that it:

    (a) will not misuse the i2i Platform or Third Party User’s Publication or use i2i Platform or Third Party Documents in a manner contrary to the terms and conditions of this Agreement;

    (b) has the authority and/or right to upload Third Party Documents onto the i2i Platform;  

    (c) has the authority and/or right to configure the i2i Platform and create Publication Connections to or with Third Party Documents; and  

    (d) is solely responsible for any liability or loss arising from it using the functionalities of the i2i Platform, other than in respect of liability that SAI Global cannot exclude by operation of law (including without limitation by the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth)) and releases SAI Global from any claim it may have or damage it may suffer as a result of it using the i2i Platform.  


    2. Customer’s rights & obligations


    The Customer acknowledges and agrees:  

    (a) not to access the i2i Platform from any terminal or location which has not been included in the number of network users or sites given to SAI Global by the Customer in order to determine the price of the Subscription;

    (b) that the maximum number of Users that it authorises to access and use the i2i Platform shall not exceed the number of Users’ access rights it has purchased from time to time;  

    (c) SAI Global takes no responsibility for any incorrect Publication Connection or corruption or the malfunctioning of any document arising from creating any Publication Connection;  

    (d) SAI Global shall not be obliged to assist the User recover or otherwise replace any document or Publication that has been corrupted or malfunctions as a result of the User creating a Publication Connection thereinto;  

    (e) SAI Global may, from time to time, review any uploaded Third Party Document to determine whether it is illegal or violates its policies and may remove or refuse to display such document that it reasonably believes violates its policies or the law or block the User’s access to the i2i Platform. However, this does not necessarily mean that it reviews uploaded Third Party Documents as a matter of course and the User should not assume that SAI Global does in fact review such documents. Any inaction on the part of SAI Global does not mean it has waived its rights under this paragraph (e) and it shall continue to be entitled to exercise such rights at any future time; and  

    (f) SAI Global may, at its discretion, add or remove functionalities or features pertaining to i2i Platform at any time without notice.