National Pollutant Inventory. List of Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), Table 1 – Numerical index of ANZSIC codes. The Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC) is used to To search the classification use the Classification Code Finder. In ANZSIC , changes have been made to all levels and all parts of the classification. New codes have been allocated to industries in ANZSIC
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As we transition to our new site, you’ll still find some Znzsic NZ information here on this archive site. To search the classification use the Classification Code Finder. Use a coding tool to code large volumes of data by downloading the Classification Coding System. Statistics New Zealand and the Australian Bureau of Statistics developed this classification together, to improve the ability of industry statistics to be compared between the two countries and with the rest of the world. This involved extensive consultation with government agencies responsible for policy formulation and administration, non-government analysts of industry structure and performance, and industry experts.
The review cofes out to ensure the classification stayed current and relevant, reflecting changes in the structure and composition of industry since the previous edition and recognising changing user requirements for industry data.
Organisations are encouraged to use the classification so that the comparability and usefulness of industry statistics generally can be improved. ANZSIC06 has a structure comprising categories at four levels, namely divisions the broadest levelsubdivisions, groups, and classes. Users can easily copy information for their own use.
The alphabetic index of primary activities is included to allow easy searching. Correspondences or concordances show the relationships between the categories of two different classifications.
They demonstrate how versions of a classification change over time, or how different but related classifications ‘fit’ with one another. These ocdes an important tool for time series analysis and for comparing statistics collected using different classifications.
The content of this correspondence includes category pairs that anzwic created specifically for operational purposes. While these pairs may not represent a ‘true’ correspondence, there are operational requirements to include them as a part of the correspondence file.
The table below contains downloadable PDF files for each division of the classification ie Chapter 8 by division. It is also suggested that all that all Statistics NZ industry outputs at the class level level 4 conform with the coding pattern four digits in the ANZSIC06 publication.
According to the introduction in the ANZSIC manual, the additional zeros were added to “allow for any necessary subdivision of sub-classes in the future”. Output areas will need to drop the trailing zeroes from their outputs at the class level. Stats NZ has a new website. For new releases go to codse.
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