CodeMark is designed to provide confidence and certainty to regulatory authorities and the market, through the issue of a Certificate of Conformity. This is one of several options available for meeting the ‘evidence of suitability’ requirements of the National Construction Code (NCC).
Achieving CodeMark Certification can be time consuming and costly, so it is best suited to innovative, higher-risk products where the manufacturer or supplier may find it difficult to satisfy the requirements of the NCC.
CodeMark certification is also suited to manufacturers or suppliers seeking to improve their product’s acceptance in the Australian market.
If your product is CodeMark-certified it will:
- prove it meets the evidence of suitability requirements of the NCC
- ensure it is capable of performing as intended
- streamline the building consent and inspection process
- give you a marketing advantage, and
- be listed on the JAS-ANZ register.
The CodeMark Certification Scheme is a voluntary third-party building product certification scheme. Find out more about the Scheme here.
Think you've found a product that should be CodeMark certified? You can check a product here.
If you doubt the authenticity or claims of a CodeMark Certificate of Conformity, you should report it.