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SAFEGUARDS | Electrical & Electronics NO. 055/16

 

Telecommunication

Single Compliance Mark the three-year transition period is ending on 29 February 2016.

Single compliance mark—end of transition period approaching!

The single Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM) was introduced on 1 March 2013 with a three-year transition period to 29 February 2016.

The RCM illustrates a product’s compliance with all applicable ACMA standards—telecommunications, radiocommunications, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and electromagnetic energy (EME).

Suppliers must register on the online national database [1] and start using the RCM by 1 March 2016.

Products that have already been labeled with the C-Tick or A-Tick can continue to be supplied until labeled stock has been exhausted.

Make sure you know your obligations!

 

As the world’s leader in third party testing SGS has the global knowledge and local expertise to help you achieve compliance with Electrical & Electronics regulations covering product safety, EMC, hazardous substances (RoHS, REACH, SVHC etc), energy efficiency, Ecodesign, ErP, Performance and Reliability as well as with many other consumer product related requirements. Whether you are in need of testing or services in the fields of inspection, certification, compliance assurance, outsourcing, training or auditing, SGS is ideally positioned to satisfy your needs. www.sgs.com/ee.

For enquiries, please contact:

Janet Gavidia
Program Manager ITA
t: +1 510 246 2306

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