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Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM) refers to an trade mark owned by Regulatory Authorities (electric authorities) and Australian Communications Media Authority (ACMA). RCM approval reflects that the electric product has complied with the established safety standards.
Keeping the safety of the final consumers in mind, RCM registration or mark is essential to obtain or implement on the products like a BIS certificate in India, FCC in USA, and more.
Apart from the safety of the final consumers, one more important reason to affix RCM marks on a product is high quality product, wider market access, and most importantly, competitive advantage.
In a nutshell, RCM registration indicates the compliance with two independent scheme -
The Electric Equipment Safety System (EESS) has modified the marking requirements to a single Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM).
The Supplier is responsible to apply to obtain its authorization to sell its product in the Australian market. Moreover, a certificate holder does not have to mark the unique approval number issued by the authority or Recognized External Certification Scheme.
That begs a question, what does the RCM mark indicate?
The RCM serves as an utilized symbol to indicate that an equipment is associated with a responsible Supplier.
EESS database includes three level of risk classifications -
Level 1 (low level) electric equipment needs to be registered, yet it is not an obligatory requirement for sale. However, Level 2 (medium level) and Level 3 (high level) electric equipment can be effortlessly traced to its supplier and act as a passageway to legally supply the electric equipment in the Australian market.
Note - Information in regard to the risk classification of electric equipment needs to be provided for the EESS database registration.
Registration of EESS databases requires proper knowledge of application of in-scope electric equipment requirements, including analyzing the risk classification of a product under EESS database. Thus, making EESS database registration, quite complex, yet, obligatory.
We - an award winning compliance service provider are equipped with all the necessary knowledge of application of in-scope electric equipment, requirements applicable on a product, risk classification, including coordinating with the officials to meet all the requirements.
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Obtaining RCM certification could be tedious and perplexing because it includes activities such as choosing an appropriate approval procedure, documentation, meeting the measurement facility description, and more. All these do not only make the process lengthy but also tough to follow. Because not complying with any of the established standards can delay certification process and result in rejection of certification.
Consequently, JR Compliance, with experience of 8+ years in providing national and international compliance services guarantees to provide you the most appropriate solution to all your concerns regarding RCM certification or EESS database registration - we have a solution for all.
Hence, for expert and professional services, contact us immediately.
Commercial equipment might need registration from the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA). To be noted, EESS is applicable on the what is classified as “in-scope electric equipment.”
No, if a Certificate of Approval is issued by the New South Wales Regulator, EESS is not required.
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