(1) The Minister may, by legislative instrument, formulate standards, to be known as disability standards , in relation to any area in which it is unlawful under this Part for a person to discriminate against another person on the ground of a disability of the other person.
(2) Without limiting subsection (1), a disability standard may:
(a) deal with the following:
(i) reasonable adjustments;
(ii) strategies and programs to prevent harassment or victimisation of persons with a disability;
(iii) unjustifiable hardship;
(iv) exemptions from the disability standard, including the power (if any) of the Commission to grant such exemptions; or
(b) provide that the disability standard, in whole or in part, is or is not intended to affect the operation of a law of a State or Territory.
(3) Before making a disability standard, the Minister must take into consideration any comments made to the Minister by a Minister of a State or Territory who is responsible for matters relating to disability discrimination.
(4) A legislative instrument made under this section does not take effect before the end of the period in which it could be disallowed in either House of the Parliament.