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AustraliaRegulations and compliance requirements can pose challenges to manufacturers who are venturing overseas. These requirements and regulations are put in place to reduce risks of injury, improve quality of life and ensure fit for use. Most products entering the Australian market must meet the relevant requirements of the authorities depending on the product scope.

You can ensure that your products successfully meet the Australian standards by working with a market leader, TÜV SÜD. TÜV SÜD fully understands the local requirements and procedures applicable in Australia. You can rely on our expertise and knowledge to help you access key markets efficiently, reduce risks, while at the same time, be assured of our objectivity, integrity and professionalism.

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  • Plug Types

    Type I

    Plug I 
  • Electrical Safety

    Regulatory agency

    Electrical Regulatory Authorities Council (ERAC)

    Regulations

    • Risk based classification of equipment into 3 levels (Level 3 = High risk, Level 2 = Medium risk and Level 1 = Low risk) with different requirements for each level.
    • Level 3 certificates are Certificates of Conformity (CoC)
    • Level 1 and 2 certificates are Certificates of Suitability (CoS)
    • Must certify to Equipment Safety Rules and AS/NZS 4417.2
    • All Level 1, 2, or 3 electrical equipment must be marked with the RCM and should be placed in accordance with AS/NZS 4417.1 

    Guidelines

     A Responsible Supplier, who must be a legally identifiable Australian or New Zealand entity holding an Australian Business Number (ABN), or a New Zealand Inland Revenue Department (IRD) number, is required to register the Level 2 and Level 3 electrical equipment on the National Database.

    Test Reports should be:

    • Accredited reports with ILAC
    • CB reports accompanied by a CB certificate 

    Applicable product categories

    • There are 64 classes of electrical items classified as declared articles. Examples include dishwashers, hairdryers, room heaters and sewing machines.

    To determine if a particular product is subject to the above regulations, please contact us.

    Our services at a glance

    TÜV SÜD has the experience and capability to support manufacturers in attaining compliance with Australian requirements and obtaining the necessary approval.

  • EMC

    REGULATORY AGENCY

    Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA)

    REGULATIONS

    The RLN recognises three compliance levels:

    • Compliance level 1 (low-risk device)
    • Compliance level 2 (medium-risk device)
    • Compliance level 3 (high-risk device).

    Testing of products subject to an EMC standard:

    • Low- and medium-risk device — testing can be conducted by any testing body or in-house test facility
    • High-risk device — testing must be conducted by an accredited testing body.

    Labelling:

    • The EMC LN requires a supplier of products (other than low-risk devices) subject to the EMC regulatory arrangements to apply a compliance label to a product before it can be supplied to the Australian market. Labelling of low-risk devices is optional.

    GUIDELINES

    1. Identify the applicable labelling notice
    2. Identify the applicable technical standards and the testing requirements
    3. Demonstrate product compliance
    4. Complete a Declaration of Conformity (DoC) and maintain compliance records
    5. Register as a “responsible supplier”
    6. Label the product 

    APPLICABLE PRODUCT CATEGORIES

    • A full list of product categories under radiocommunications standards may be found here.
    • A full list of product categories under EMC standards may be found here

    To determine if a particular product is subject to the above regulations, please contact us.

    OUR SERVICES AT A GLANCE

    TÜV SÜD has the experience and capability to support manufacturers in attaining compliance with Australian requirements and obtaining the necessary approval. TÜV SÜD can also perform required testing to applicable standards.

  • Energy Efficiency

    Regulatory agencY

    Australian Greenhouse Office & State Agencies*

    * In Australia, energy labelling and MEPS are controlled by State rather than national legislation. There are 4 regulators in Australia – in NSW, Queensland, South Australia and Victoria.

    Regulations

    • Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) are required for many products.
    • The mandatory Star Rating Label Scheme is required for certain products.

    Guidelines  

    Online registration applications must be made in the format as prescribed in the applicable Australian Standard.

    Applicable product categories

    A full list of product categories may be found at here.

    To determine if a particular product is subject to the above regulations, please contact us.

    Our services at a glance

    TÜV SÜD has the experience and capability to support manufacturers in attaining compliance with Australian requirements and obtaining the necessary approval. TÜV SÜD can also support manufacturers in obtaining voluntary endorsement labels.

  • Telecom

    Regulatory agency

    Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA)

    Regulations

    The TLN recognises two risk levels:

    • Non-high-risk (non-compliance may have adverse consequences)
    • High-risk (non-compliance may have serious adverse consequences

    Each risk level specifies the evidence a supplier must obtain to demonstrate the product complies with the applicable ACMA technical standard.

    Testing of telecommunications products:

    • Non-high risk – testing can be conducted by any testing body or in-house test facility
    • High-risk – testing must be conducted by an accredited testing body/recognised testing authority (RTA).

    The TLN identifies two forms of labels: the compliance label—the Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM) the non-compliance label. 

    Guidelines

    1. Identify the applicable labelling notice
    2. Identify the applicable technical standards and the testing requirements
    3. Demonstrate product compliance
    4. Complete a Declaration of Conformity (DoC) and maintain compliance records
    5. Register as a “responsible supplier”
    6. Label the product 

    Applicable product categories

    A full list of product categories under the telecommunications standards may be found here.

    To determine if a particular product is subject to the above regulations, please contact us.

    Our services at a glance

    TÜV SÜD has the experience and capability to support manufacturers in attaining compliance with Australian requirements and obtaining the necessary approval. TÜV SÜD can also perform required testing to applicable standards

  • Wireless

    REGULATORY AGENCY

    Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA)

    REGULATIONS

    The RLN recognises three compliance levels:

    • Compliance level 1 (low-risk device)
    • Compliance level 2 (medium-risk device)
    • Compliance level 3 (high-risk device).

    Testing of radiocommunications products:

    • Compliance level 2/medium-risk — testing can be conducted by any testing body or in-house test facility
    • Compliance level 3/high-risk — testing must be conducted by an accredited testing body.

    Labelling:

    • The RLN requires a supplier of specified radiocommunications products to apply a compliance label to a product to indicate whether the product complies with mandatory technical standards.

    GUIDELINES

    1. Identify the applicable labelling notice
    2. Identify the applicable technical standards and the testing requirements
    3. Demonstrate product compliance
    4. Complete a Declaration of Conformity (DoC) and maintain compliance records
    5. Register as a “responsible supplier”
    6. Label the product 


WHY CHOOSE TÜV SÜD

TÜV SÜD has the expertise and laboratory infrastructure to support manufacturers in obtaining the necessary approvals and compliance in accordance to the Australia's standards and requirements. TÜV SÜD test reports are accepted for safety approval and recognised by relevant authorities internationally. TÜV SÜD also supports manufacturers in obtaining voluntary endorsement labels.

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