What is a Compliance Mark?

Compliance Mark Definition

A compliance mark (sometimes referred to as a certification mark or conformity mark) is a physical mark listed on a product or its packaging to verify the product complies with a specific requirement, standard, or regulation (e.g., UL, CE, CCC, FCC, and VCCI).

Compliance Marks

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FAQs

Why is regulatory compliance important?

Regulatory compliance helps build trust with your customers, prospects, and vendors, and lays the foundation for your company’s reputation and brand image. Complying with regulatory standards also ensures the safety and well-being of your employees and customers.

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What is a standard mark?

A standard mark is a mark or symbol that appears on a given product to indicate that it meets certain quality standards in terms of materials used, manufacturing methods, labeling, packaging, and performance.

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What is an example of a certification mark?

The Conformitè Europëenne (CE) mark is one example of a certification mark. It indicates that a product meets all the standards and regulations required to be sold within the European Economic Area (EEA).

Is RCM mark mandatory?

The RCM mark is mandatory for telecom, electrical, and wireless products that are marketed and sold in Australia and New Zealand.

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