CertMark Product Certification Scheme
Product Categories – CMI Certifiable
What is required for a CertMark Certification?
In order to achieve CertMark Product Certification, the subject material or product must:
- Be tested in accordance with the CMI ‘Evidence in Support of Certifications’ Acceptance Criteria https://certmark.org/documents/;
- Meet the requirements of the relevant standard; and
- Be manufactured in accordance with an approved Quality Assurance Program.
The CMI Product Certification Scheme is based on the requirements of ISO/IEC 17065 & ISO/IEC 17067 (Type 5 Scheme) and accredited by Joint Accreditation System of Australia & New Zealand (JAS-ANZ) to provide Certification services against the requirements of specific Australian (AS), New Zealand (NZS) joint standards (AS/NZS) or other International product standards (such as ISO, NFPA, ASTM).
The products and specific standards certified by CMI under this Product Certification Scheme are publicly available for verification at https://register.certmark.org/.
Changes to your product since it was certified
The things you need to let CertMark International know that may or have changed since your product was originally certified are:
- Change of Suppliers of any Raw Materials or Components
- Change to Certified Product Specifications or Design
- Change of Manufacturing Location
- Change to Marking, Packaging, User Instructions, Installation Instructions etc
- Change in Details or Address of Certificate Holder
- Change to Standard or claims within the Standard
This notification should occur prior to the changes being actually implemented so that CertMark International can discuss and advise the actions/updates that maybe required to be undertaken because of the change.