Scheme CertMark Product Certificate

CertMark Product Certification Scheme

Our JAS-ANZ accredited CertMark Product Certification scheme is classed as a Type 5 certification scheme.

This Scheme is a voluntary system of accreditation, and is our most flexible scheme, which can be adapted to any product, in any country around the globe. Our CertMark Product Certification has been developed to show product compliance to a specific standard such as ASTM, ISO, AS or AS/NZS standards.

Our CertMark Product Certification shows compliance to a national, regional or international standard, based on the supply of test reports from recognised testing laboratory such as, NATA or ILAC approved laboratories and testing facilities, manufacturing site audits, technical documentation, Product Quality Plan (PQP) and on-going annual audits.

It is a highly respected and recognised Product Certification service that meets all the requirements for third parties product accreditation in line with the requirements of ISO 17065, and complies with Australian, New Zealand and International Standards including British and European Standards.

JAS-ANZ Accredited

We have over 400 products that have now been listed as under ourĀ JAS-ANZ Accreditation scope. These standards range from ride on lawn mowers to safety glass. You can view our range of JAS-ANZ accredited standards below or on the JAS-ANZ website.

CMI Accredited Standards

StandardDescription
AS 1788.1Abrasive wheels – Design, construction, and safeguarding
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AS 2182Sterilizers – Steam – Benchtop
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AS 1577Scaffold Planks
AS/NZS 1576.1Scaffolding – General requirements
AS/NZS 1576.2Scaffolding – Couplers and accessories
AS/NZS 1576.3Scaffolding – Prefabricated and tube-and-coupler scaffolding
AS/NZS 1576.4Scaffolding – Part 4: Suspended scaffolding
AS/NZS 1576.5Scaffolding – Prefabricated splitheads and trestles
AS/NZS 1576.6Scaffolding – Metal tube-and-coupler scaffolding – Deemed to comply with AS/NZS 1576.3
AS/NZS 1577:2013Scaffold decking components
AS/NZS 1892.1Portable ladders – Metal
AS/NZS 1892.2Portable ladders – Timber
AS/NZS 1892.3Portable ladders – Reinforced plastic
StandardDescription
AS 1499Personal flotation devices – Type 2
AS 1512Personal flotation devices -Type 1
AS 2260Personal flotation devices – Type 3
StandardDescription
AS 1056.1Storage water heaters – General requirements
AS 1056.2Storage water heaters – Specific requirements for water heaters with single shells
AS 1056.3Storage water heaters – Specific requirements for water heaters with composite shells
AS 1579Arc-welded steel pipes and fittings for water and waste-water
AS 1741Vitrified clay pipes and fittings with flexible joints – Sewer quality
AS 3496Metal-bodied and plastic-bodied taps
AS 3498Authorization requirements for plumbing products – Water heaters and hot-water storage tanks
AS 3795Copper alloy tubes for plumbing and drainage applications
AS 4176.1Multilayer pipes for pressure applications – Multilayer piping systems for hot and cold plumbing applications – General (ISO 21003-1:2008 MOD)
AS 4176.2Multilayer pipes for pressure applications – Multilayer piping systems for hot and cold plumbing applications – Pipes (ISO 21003-2:2008 MOD)
AS 4176.3Multilayer pipes for pressure applications – Multilayer piping systems for hot and cold plumbing applications – Fittings (ISO 21003-3:2008 MOD)
AS 4758.1Personal flotation devices – General requirements
AS 4795Butterfly valves for waterworks purposes
AS 4796Water supply-Metal-bodied and plastic-bodied ball valves for property service connection
AS 6401Knife gate valves for waterworks purposes
AS/NZS 1254PVC-U pipes and fittings for stormwater and surface water applications
AS/NZS 1546.1On-site domestic wastewater treatment units – Septic tanks
AS/NZS 1546.2On-site domestic wastewater treatment units – Waterless composting toilets
AS/NZS 1546.3On-site domestic wastewater treatment units – Aerated wastewater treatment systems
AS/NZS 1730Washbasins
AS/NZS 2712Solar and heat pump water heaters – Design and construction
AS/NZS 3497Drinking water treatment units – Plumbing requirements
AS/NZS 3718Water supply – Tap ware
AS/NZS 4020Testing of products for use in contact with drinking water
AS/NZS 4130Fittings for polyethylene (PE) pipes for pressure applications
AS/NZS 4131Polyethylene (PE) compounds for pressure pipes and fittings
AS/NZS 4158Thermal-bonded polymeric coatings on valves and fittings for water industry purposes
AS/NZS 4766Polyethylene storage tanks for water and chemicals
BS EN 1057Copper and copper alloys. Seamless, round copper tubes for water and gas in sanitary and heating applications
AS 2345Dezincification resistance of copper alloys
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AS 1603.1Automatic fire detection and alarm systems – Heat detectors
AS 1603.2Automatic fire detection and alarm systems – Point type smoke detectors
AS 1603.3Automatic fire detection and alarm systems – Heat alarms
AS 1851Maintenance of fire protection systems and equipment
AS 2792Fire hose – Delivery layflat
AS 5062Fire protection for mobile and transportable equipment
AS 7240.1Fire detection and alarm systems – General and definitions
AS 7240.10Fire detection and alarm systems – Point-type flame detectors
AS 7240.11Fire detection and alarm systems – Manual call points (ISO 7240-11:2005, MOD)
AS 7240.12Fire detection and alarm systems – Line type smoke detectors using a transmitted optical beam
AS 7240.13Fire detection and alarm systems – Compatibility assessment of system components
AS 7240.15Fire detection and alarm systems – Multisensor fire detectors (ISO7240-15:2004,MOD)
AS 7240.2Fire detection and alarm systems – Control and indicating equipment (ISO 7240-2:2003, MOD)
AS 7240.21Fire detection and alarm systems – Routing equipment
AS 7240.22Fire detection and alarm systems – Smoke-detection equipment for ducts (ISO 7240-22:2007, MOD)
AS 7240.4Fire detection and alarm systems – Power supply equipment (ISO 7240-4:2003, MOD)
AS 7240.5Fire detection and alarm systems – Point type heat detectors (ISO7240-5:2003, MOD)
AS 7240.6Fire detection and alarm systems – Carbon monoxide fire detectors using electro-chemical cells
AS 7240.7Fire detection and alarm systems – Point-type smoke detectors using scattered light, transmitted light or ionization (ISO 7240-7:2003, MOD)
AS 7240.8Fire detection and alarm systems – Carbon monoxide fire detectors using an electro-chemical cell in combination with a heat sensor
AS/NZS 1221Fire hose reels
AS/NZS 1841.1Portable fire extinguishers – General requirements
AS/NZS 1841.2Portable fire extinguishers – Specific requirements for water type extinguishers
AS/NZS 1841.3Portable fire extinguishers – Specific requirements for wet chemical type extinguishers
AS/NZS 1841.4Portable fire extinguishers – Specific requirements for foam type extinguishers
AS/NZS 1841.5Portable fire extinguishers – Specific requirements for powder type extinguishers
AS/NZS 1841.6Portable fire extinguishers – Specific requirements for carbon dioxide type extinguishers
AS/NZS 1841.7Portable fire extinguishers – Specific requirements for vaporizing liquid type extinguishers
AS/NZS 1841.8Portable fire extinguishers – Specific requirements for non-rechargeable type extinguishers
AS/NZS 3504Fire blankets
AS/NZS 4067Firefighters’ helmets
AS 2161.6Occupational protective gloves – Protective gloves for firefighters – Laboratory test methods and performance requirements
AS/NZS 4821Protective footwear for firefighters – Requirements and test methods
AS/NZS 4824Protective clothing for fire fighters, requirements and test methods for protective clothing used for wildland fire fighting (ISO 15384; 2003, MOD)
AS/NZS 4967Protective clothing for firefighters – Requirements and test methods for protective clothing used for structural firefighting
ISO 16073Wildland firefighting personal protective equipment – Requirements and test methods
StandardDescription
AS 1223Industrial hand cleaners (petroleum solvent type)
AS/NZS 1270Acoustics – Hearing protectors
AS/NZS 1337Eye protectors for industrial applications
AS/NZS 1337.1Personal eye protection – Eye and face protectors for occupational applications
AS/NZS 1337.4Personal eye-protection – Filters and eye-protectors against laser radiation (laser eye-protectors)
AS/NZS 1337.5Personal eye-protection – Eye-protectors for adjustment work on lasers and laser systems (laser adjustment eye-protectors)
AS/NZS 1337.6Personal eye protection – Prescription eye protectors against low and medium impact
AS/NZS 1338.1Filters for eye protectors – Filters for protection against radiation generated in welding and allied operations
AS/NZS 1716:2003Respiratory protective devices
AS/NZS 1801Occupational protective helmets
AS/NZS 1891.1Industrial safety belts and harnesses
AS/NZS 1891.2Industrial fall-arrest systems and devices – Horizontal lifeline and rail systems
AS/NZS 1891.3Industrial fall-arrest systems and devices – Fall-arrest devices
AS/NZS 2161.6Occupational protective gloves – Part 6: Protective gloves for firefighters-Laboratory test methods and performance requirements
AS/NZS 2210.2Safety, protective and occupational footwear – Guide to selection, care and use
AS/NZS 2210.3Occupational protective footwear. Safety footwear
AS/NZS 2210.4Occupational protective footwear – Specification for protective footwear (ISO 20346:2004, MOD)
AS/NZS 2210.5Occupational protective footwear – Specification for occupational footwear (ISO 20347:2004, MOD)
AS/NZS 2596Seat belt assemblies for motor vehicles (ECE Regulation No. 16, MOD)
AS/NZS 4422Playground surfacing – Specifications, requirements and test method
AS 1353.1Flat synthetic-webbing slings – Product specification
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AS 1316Masonry cement
AS 1672.1Limes and limestones – Limes for building
AS 2049Roof Tiles
AS 3582.1Supplementary cementitious materials for use with portland and blended cement – Fly ash
AS 3582.2Supplementary cementitious materials for use with portland and blended cement – Slag – Ground granulated iron blast-furnace
AS 3648Specification and methods of test for packaged concrete mixes
AS 3660.1Termite management – New building work
AS 3715Metal finishing – Thermoset powder coating for architectural applications of aluminium and aluminium alloys
AS 3972Portland and blended cements
AS 4040Methods of Testing Sheet Roof and Wall Cladding, Method 3: Resistance to Wind Pressures for Cyclone Regions
AS 4055Wind loads for housing
AS 4256.1Plastic roof and wall cladding materials – General requirements
AS 4256.2Plastic roof and wall cladding materials – Unplasticised polyvinyl chloride (uPVC) building sheets
AS 4256.3Plastic roof and wall cladding materials – Glass fibre reinforced polyester (GRP)
AS 4256.4Plastic roof and wall cladding materials – Unplasticised polyvinyl chloride (uPVC) wall cladding boards
AS 4256.5Plastic roof and wall cladding materials – Polycarbonate
AS 4662Ceramic tiles – Definitions, classification, characteristics and marking
AS 5039Security screen doors and security window grilles
AS 5041Methods of test – Security screen doors and window grilles
AS 6669Plywood Formwork
AS/NZS 1328.1Glued laminated structural timber – Performance requirements and minimum production requirements
AS/NZS 1859. 1Reconstituted wood-based panels – Specifications – Particleboard
AS/NZS 1859.2Reconstituted wood-based panels – Specifications – Dry-processed Fibreboard
AS/NZS 1859.3Reconstituted wood-based panels – Specifications – Decorative overlaid wood panels
AS/NZS 1859.4Reconstituted wood-based panels – Specifications – Wet-processed Fibreboard
AS/NZS 1860.1Particleboard Flooring – Specification
AS/NZS 2269Plywood – Structural
AS/NZS 2270Plywood and blockboard for interior use
AS/NZS 2271Plywood and blockboard for exterior use
AS/NZS 2272Plywood – Marine
AS/NZS 2588Gypsum plasterboard
AS/NZS 2803.1Doors – Security screen – Hinged
AS/NZS 2904Damp-proof courses and flashings
AS/NZS 2908.1Cellulose-cement products – Corrugated sheets
AS/NZS 2908.2Cellulose-cement products – Flat sheet
AS/NZS 3582.3Supplementary cementitious materials for use with portland and blended cement – Amorphous silica
AS/NZS 4058Precast concrete pipes (pressure and non-pressure)
AS/NZS 4200.1Pliable building membranes and underlays – Materials
AS/NZS 4357Structural Laminated Veneer Lumber Specifies requirements for the manufacture
AS/NZS 4455.1Masonry units, pavers, flags and segmental retaining wall units – Masonry units
AS/NZS 4455.3Masonry units, pavers, flags and segmental retaining wall units – Segmental retaining wall units
AS/NZS 4858Wet area membranes
AS/NZS 4859.1Materials for the thermal insulation of buildings – General criteria and technical provisions
StandardDescription
AS 2047Windows in buildings – Selection and installation
AS/NZS 2080Safety glazing for land vehicles
AS/NZS 2208Safety glazing materials in buildings
BS 3193Glass for domestic appliances
EN 356Glass In Building – Security Glazing – Testing And Classification Of Resistance Against Manual Attack

What is required for a CertMark Certification?

In order to achieve CertMark Certification, the subject material or product must:

  • Be tested by a recognised testing laboratory such as NATA or ILAC approved laboratories and testing facilities;
  • Meet the requirements of the relevant standard;
  • Be manufactured in accordance with an approved Quality Assurance Program; and
  • Carry a warranty.

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