CMI Product Certification Scheme

CMI Certifiable
Product Categories

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Building Materials

The CMI ProdCert Scheme is based on the requirements of ISO/IEC 17065 & ISO/IEC 17067 (Type 5 Scheme) and accredited by Joint Accreditation System of Australia & New Zealand (JAS-ANZ) to provide Certification services against the requirements of specific Australian (AS), New Zealand (NZS) joint standards (AS/NZS) or other International product standards (such as ISO, NFPA, ASTM).

The products and specific standards certified by CMI under this Product Certification Scheme are publicly available for verification at

Marking of Product Certified Products

Product marking plays a vital role in the Product Certification Scheme, ensuring compliance and promoting safety and quality. Marking products with the appropriate certifications and labels helps consumers make informed choices, distinguishing certified products from others in the market. It provides clear evidence that a product has undergone rigorous testing, manufacturing quality controls and meets established standards. Additionally, product marking aids in traceability, allowing authorities to track and identify certified products throughout the supply chain. By adhering to proper marking practices, manufacturers contribute to building trust, protecting consumers, and upholding the integrity of the Product Certification Scheme, ultimately fostering a safer and more reliable marketplace.

Changes to your product since it was certified

The things you need to let CMI Certification know that may or have changed since your product was originally certified are:

  • Change of Suppliers of any Raw Materials or Components
  • Change to Certified Product Specifications or Design
  • Change of Manufacturing Location
  • Change to Marking, Packaging, User Instructions, Installation Instructions etc
  • Change in Details or Address of Certificate Holder
  • Change to Standard or claims within the Standard

This notification should occur prior to the changes being actually implemented so that CMI Certification can discuss and advise the actions/updates that maybe required to be undertaken because of the change.

What is required for a CMI Certification?

In order to achieve CMI ProdCert Certification, the subject material or product must:

  • Be tested in accordance with the CMI ‘Evidence in Support of Certifications’ Acceptance Criteria;
  • Meet the requirements of the relevant standard; and
  • Be manufactured in accordance with an approved Quality Assurance Program.

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