The New South Wales Government has published official guidance for the required marking for declared articles. We have attached this document.
If the product has a Certificate of Approval as a declared article with the full SAA-XXXXXX-EA number, this number must be marked on the product before it is sold in NSW for any certificate issued since November 13, 2020. Previous certificates are not affected and either the SAA number or RCM can be used for earlier certificates.
The SAA-XXXXXX-EA number does not have to be near the RCM mark – they are not related.
SAA 证书编号SAA-XXXXXX-EA不需要靠近RCM标识。 这两个标识之间没有关联。
Other States and New Zealand are not affected by this decision and the RCM continues to be used.
In practical terms, both the RCM and the full SAA number must be marked on any declared articles for which SAA has issued a certificate.
实际上，所有SAA认证的强制性认证产品上都必须印有RCM 标识和完整的SAA 证书编号。
If you have any questions about this, please ask us.
SAA Approvals is accredited by the Joint Accreditation Service of Australia and New Zealand (JAS-ANZ) as a third party certification body to issue certificates for electrical equipment that has proven to comply with the safety requirements of the applicable Australian Standard.
SAA Approvals is accepted and gazetted by the New South Wales Fair Trading as a Recognised External Approvals Scheme (REAS) and Queensland Electrical Safety Office as a Recognised External Certification Scheme (RECS).
The General Manager
SAA Approvals Pty Ltd
PO Box 189
Cannon Hill QLD 4170