Australia requires additional marking for electrical products
The New South Wales electrical safety regulator has announced that as of April 1, 2020, electrical goods are required to display the approval number, also known as an approval mark (e.g. UL xxxxxx EA) in addition to the standard RCM certification mark requirement.
As a reminder, New South Wales certification shall only accept REAS (Recognized External Approval Schemes) bodies starting from July 1, 2020.
The following are approved bodies according to REAS for RCM certification:
- UL International New Zealand Limited
- Certification Body Australia (CBA)
- EESS Conformity Certification Services (CCS)
- Global-Mark Pty Ltd
- SAA Approvals Pty LtdContact our experts for more information about RCM Certification.
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