Conformity marking of electrical products in Australia and New Zealand

For electrical and electronic products in Australia and New Zealand, the three previous conformity marks, C-Tick, RCM and A-Tick (for Australia) have been consolidated into a single common mark, which is the Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM).

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New RCM labels to show Australian mobiles comply with safety standards

All mobile phones sold in Australia after February 2016 must be labelled with a new compliance mark to show they adhere to all national safety standards under changes announced by the communications regulator in June.

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RCM to replace c-tick

In Australia the RCM (Regulatory Compliance Mark) replaces C-tick and A-tick for existing suppliers from 1 March 2016 and has been the only mark that can be used by new suppliers since 1 March 2013.

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Steps on how to get RCM (Regulatory Compliance Mark)

To determine how to get Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM) it must be recognised that the responsible party is known as the “supplier”. The description of this entity is an importer, distributor or manufacturer. That installs or sells electrical and electronic or radio products. Regulations state that electrical/electronic products must comply with applicable standards.

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The Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM)

The Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM) process sets out the compliance requirements for electronic and electrical equipment. Testing, test reports, standards, approvals, compliance levels and Declarations of Compliance are mandatory requirements as per previous arrangements for electrical safety approvals and Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) requirements. The most significant visual change from the A tick and C tick is the logo and the removal of the ACMA Suppliers Number.

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