CodeMark Explained

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CodeMark provides confidence to regulatory authorities and the market about the conformity of certified products to the requirements of the National Construction Code Series Volume One and Two.

The Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB) AND New Zealand’s Department of Building and Housing (DBH) manage the CodeMark Certification Scheme to support the use of new and innovative building products.

The ABCB promotes efficiency in design, construction and performance of buildings through the National Construction Code (NCC), and the development of effective regulatory and non-regulatory approaches.

A Certificate of Conformity is issued by a CodeMark certification body that certifies a building product conforms to the relevant Performance Requirements or Deemed-to-Satisfy provisions of the NCC Series Volume 1 and 2.

The Joint Accreditation System – Australia – New Zealand (JAS-ANZ) is responsible for the accreditation of CodeMark certification.