No matter what you are producing, it is likely that you will need to consider various laws that may regulate the good you manufacture or the process under which you are manufacturing the good. If you are unsure about the legal considerations you need to make for starting a manufacturing business, please to contact Tiraya Legal to guide you through the process!


Depending on what you will be manufacturing there are various laws in place that may require your goods to meet certain standards or that will regulate the trade of your goods. 

Manufacturing Standards

There are specific manufacturing and processing standards in place that are used to ensure the production process creates safe and reliable products.

Packaging and Labelling

For consumers to be adequately protected, manufacturers need to comply with packaging and labelling standards. 

Licences and Permits

A require a licence or permit to manufacture the goods.


Many businesses in the manufacturing industry need to consider insurance in order to minimise risks, such as from machinery breakdown or business interruption insurance. Workers compensation is a compulsory insurance required by businesses.

Workplace Health and Safety

If you have employees or contractors involved in the manufacturing process, you will need to ensure that the workplace is safe and that harm to workers is prevented as much as possible. This is especially the case when there is use of machinery or plant equipment. 


Calibration requirements work as part of a system that consistently provides a product that meets customer requirements as well as any legal requirements and aims to enhance customer satisfaction by consistently improving production machinery.