Where is the Australian regs/code for users rewiring mains power plugs??

I've got an Australian HPM power plug. Looks like the following link.
http://www.photonage.com.au/images/images/prod/P/P8210.gif
Amazed to find on the internet almost _zero_ consumer instructions how to wire it up with respect to strain relief of the wires.
That can't be right?
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Adrian C

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Since the plug will come straight out of the socket if subjected to a pull on the flexible cord, how much strain relief do you think it needs?
John
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John Nice wrote:

Enough so that the individual wires don't eventually detach themselves if the user has a habbit of yanking the plug out like that.
The australian HPM design seems to have included a method to clamp the sheath (screw up thing at the rear top that radially bites into the plastic) and three plastic hooks (to wind the individual wires about to reduce movement near the screw terminals).
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Adrian C wrote:

There is no explanation needed,it should be evident, the hooks and compression nut should tell you something.
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