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Referencing: Standards

Guide to APA 6th referencing style used at ECU

Standards: General Reference Format

In referencing standards, use the format for technical and research reports.
 
General format for print standards
Author. (date). Title of standard (standard number xxx). Location: Publisher.
Where the author and publisher are identical, use the word Author as the name of the publisher.
 
General format for online standards
Author. (date). Title of standard (standard number xxx). Retrieved from http://www.xxxx
 

Reports: Sample References

Source                                    
In-text Reference                         
End-text Reference
(reference lists require hanging indent)
Standards (Australian)

(Standards Australia, 2009)

Standards Australia. (2009). Risk management: Principles and
       guidelines 
(AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009). Retrieved
       from http://standards.org.au/
 

Standards (International)

(International Organization for
Standardization, 2018)

International Organization for Standardization. (2018). Occupational health and 
       safety management systems: Requirements with guidance for use
(ISO
       45001:2018). Retrieved from http:www.iso.org/home.html

     

Technical or Research Report Reference

 

 

 

 

Technical or Research Report Reference

Learn how to format references for technical or research reports, including those published by governments, task forces, and institutions.

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Electronic Sources & Locator Information

 

 

 

 

Electronic Sources and Locator Information

Learn how to use the two types of electronic retrieval information found in references, digital object identifiers (DOIs) and uniform resource locators (URLs), including how to cite documents retrieved from research databases and websites.