From 1 January, the SAA numbering system will change for all declared articles. The new numbers will be SAA-XXXXXX-EA. Please note the dashes between the number and the SAA and the EA. This change has been brought about by New South Wales Department of Fair Trading to achieve consistency across private certifiers. The Non-declared articles will continue to be SAAXXXXXX.
The answer to this question is YES. Any SAA certificate is valid until the expiry date shown on the certificate or if we withdraw it for some reason. If the standard changes in the meantime, the new standard will need to be applied for any applications for renewal or to add a completely new model, but the original certificate will remain valid until the date shown.
This document has been updated and re-issued on our website here. Please familiarise yourself with this document as it is fundamental to understanding our business together.[:]
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