Frequently Asked Questions

New products are gaining CodeMark certification every day and in some instances there may be a short delay from the product gaining certification to the time that the Certificate of Conformity appears on the register of Certificates of Conformity.

If you are in doubt of the authenticity of a CodeMark Australia Certificate of Conformity that does not appear on the register, contact the Scheme Administrator.

A list of all current CodeMark Certificates of Conformity can be found on the JAS-ANZ website. The list is searchable by product name or certificate number.

PDF versions of Certificates of Conformity issued under the CodeMark Australia scheme are available through the register of Certificates of Conformity located on the JAS-ANZ website.

Certificates issued under the previous scheme are available through the CodeMark Certification Body which issued the Certificate of Conformity. Contact details for Certification Bodies are available through the JAS-ANZ website.

If you require specific information of a technical nature about a Certificate of Conformity, you can contact the CodeMark Australia Certification Body as listed on the CodeMark Certificate of Conformity.

Contact details for CodeMark Certification Bodies are included on the CodeMark Certificate of Conformity and are also available through the JAS-ANZ website.

A Certificate of Conformity issued under the previous CodeMark scheme rules remains valid unless expired, withdrawn or suspended. Users of CodeMark Certificates of Conformity can validate Certificates of Conformity by referring to the register of Certificates of Conformity.

Transition to the new CodeMark Australia scheme commenced on 1 August 2017.

Certificates issued under the previous scheme are easily distinguishable from those issued under the CodeMark Australia Scheme by their branding.

Certificates of Conformity issued under the previous scheme use a template which is blue in colour and will have a trademarked ‘CodeMark’ logo.

Certificates of Conformity issued under the CodeMark Australia Scheme use a template which is orange and purple in colour and will have a trademarked ‘CodeMark Australia’ logo.


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