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The Joint Accreditation System of Australia and New Zealand

PO Box 304, Deakin West, ACT 2600 FECCA House, 4 Phipps Close, Deakin, ACT 2600

+61 (0)2 6232 2000


The Joint Accreditation System of Australia and New Zealand (JAS-ANZ) helps markets work better by providing internationally recognised accreditation services that create economic benefit.

Accreditation has many flow-on benefits throughout the market chain for business, regulators and government by:

  • reducing compliance and transaction costs,
  • reducing risk,
  • streamlining operations,
  • breaking down barriers to trade, which provides greater access to foreign markets; and
  • providing assurance that goods and services sold are safe and can be used for their intended purpose.

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Accredited certification bodies wishing to become members of the JAS-ANZ need to complete the application form, then if approved, pay an application fee of AUD 1,500 (nil GST), this includes the first years membership fee. Annual membership fees are then AUD 1,200.00 (nil GST) thereafter.

Organisations that are not Accredited Certification Bodies, but have an interest in this sector, are invited to join as Associate Members. Annual Membership Fee for Associate Members is AUD 400 (nil GST).

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Accreditation adds value to the ever growing and increasingly complicated market chain in many ways, including by providing a symbol of assurance that certifiers and inspectors are independent and competent to perform their duties.

Accredited certification and inspection of products, processes and people—called conformity assessment—has a ripple effect through the market chain, right to the consumer. It gives consumers confidence that their purchases meet specified standards and are quality assured. This includes retailers, wholesalers and individual consumers.

At JAS-ANZ, we do not certify or inspect organisations, products or people; rather, we accredit the bodies that do. We do so by developing the assessment criteria certifiers and inspectors must meet to become accredited under these themes:

  1. business and innovation
  2. health and human services
  3. product certification
  4. food and biological systems
  5. environment.

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