Electrical Safety Compliance in Australia and New Zealand
UL’s Auckland laboratory has the expertise and accreditations necessary to provide electrical safety compliance services and solutions aimed at accelerating product acceptance in local and international markets.
UL’s Auckland facility specializes in electrical safety compliance for Australia and New Zealand, with a comprehensive scope of laboratory accreditations to meet industry needs.
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As an IECEE CB Laboratory, we can also provide compliance pathways to Europe and other global destination markets based on AS/NZS, EN or IEC standards.
Our Auckland test laboratory underwent significant renovation in 2019 to improve capability including an expanded load room and walk-in environmental chamber. Our independent, rigorous testing process helps ensure that your products align with applicable requirements and expectations. Where an imported product has already been tested for an overseas market, we deliver innovative, customized solutions that aim to streamline testing processes and reduce time to market without compromising on safety compliance or risk.
Compliance with the multiple and dynamic regulatory regimes in Australia and New Zealand can be complex.
Our advisory services team provide personalized guidance and support to help you navigate these requirements, effectively manage safety, and address compliance and regulatory risks.
Our aim is to guide you in meeting your regulatory obligations with confidence.
ANZ “APPROVAL” CERTIFICATION
UL has a dedicated team providing certification for electrical products requiring approval prior to sale in Australia or New Zealand.
UL’s certification office has JAS-ANZ accreditation and operates with recognition as a Recognised External Certification Scheme (RECS) according to the Electrical Equipment Safety System (EESS), and as a Recognised External Approval Scheme (REAS) according to the New South Wales Office of Fair Trading.
UL’s Certification Office is independent from laboratory testing activities and is funded by fees charged for certification services.