UL International New Zealand Ltd is accredited by JAS-ANZ (Joint Accreditation System for Australia and New Zealand) as a Certification Body authorised to certify products to a range of AS, AS/NZS and IEC standards listed on the JAS-ANZ website. Overview Regulatory Regimes ANZ Certification Program Scope of Accreditation Certificate Validity How to apply for Certification under the ANZ Certification Program Information Required for ANZ Certification ANZ Certification Program Product Marking Requirements Other ANZ Certification Program Services CB Certification DEMKO Certification Contact Details 1 Overview UL Issues three types of certificate relevant to the Australian and New Zealand market: Certificate of Approval: This is a certificate for a Declared Article, which is a product declared by the NSW Government as requiring an approval before being sold. UL is authorised by the NSW Government to issue such certificates as a Recognised External Approval Scheme (REAS); and Certificate of Conformity: This is a certificate issued for a Level 3 product (sometimes referred to as a High Risk product), which is a product listed as Level 3 in standard AS/NZS 4417.2. Certificates of Conformity are governed by the Electrical Equipment Safety System (EESS) operated by the Electrical Regulatory Authorities Council (ERAC). UL is…
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