CCC Mark (China)
The CCC Mark indicates compliance with Chinese laws and Regulations for Compulsory Product Certification (CCC). Any product covered by the Chinese Catalogue should acquire the CCC Mark before it can be marketed, imported or used for any commercial purposes in China.
C Mark (China)
A sustainable, profitable business model is the ultimate goal of every company, requiring effective communication with customers and non-customers alike. Marketing campaigns compare and contrast products in various ways, but these days consumers expect realistic advertising. Companies that promise safety are held accountable on the Internet, which can generate both good and bad publicity.
TÜV Rheinland’s China C-Mark scheme helps manufacturers to minimise the risks of negative publicity. It certifies the general safety of products, complements the compulsory CCC-Mark for many products, and addresses the performance of products not covered by the CCC-Mark scheme. Additional to type testing against internal standards, the manufacturing process is controlled under the C-Mark scheme according to the Common Interest Group Scheme (CIG) standards. This enables manufacturers to mark their products with the well-known TÜV Rheinland Mark. Consumers can then verify the certification and product features on the www.tuv.com platform.
TÜV Rheinland's China Quality Mark certification scheme helps manufacturers to minimise the risks of negative publicity. It covers general product safety, suitability for use and production control. Compliance with the scheme enables manufacturers to mark their product with the well-known TÜV Rheinland Mark. Furthermore, consumers can avail themselves of TÜV Rheinland's online platform, www.tuv.com, to verify certification authenticity and the veracity of a product’s advertised features.
PSE Mark (Japan)
The Mark applies to all Specified Electrical Appliances and Materials (Category A, 115 items) in the Electrical Appliance and Material Safety Law (DENAN)
The Mark applies to all Other Electrical Appliances and Materials (Category B, 338 items) in the Electrical Appliance and Material Safety Law.
The Mark indicates products are manufactured in accordance with Japanese Standards and that the manufacturer’s management and quality control process is monitored by TÜV Rheinland.
S-Mark (Hong Kong)
TÜV Rheinland is the first and currently only accredited Product Certification Body in Hong Kong. The S-Mark certificate is based on Electrical Products Safety Regulation (EPSR). The EPSR requires a certificate of safety compliance which provides statutory control over the safety of all household electrical products supplied in Hong Kong with the objective to enhance public safety in the use of this products.
PSB Mark (Singapore)
The PSB Mark is issued by the Singapore Productivity and Standards Board. The Safety Authority (PSB) is the statutory body appointed by the Ministry of Trade and Industry to administer the regulations. The Safety Authority has amended the regulations, requiring all registered controlled goods to be individually marked with the SAFETY Mark. Manufacturers, importers, traders, retailers and advertisers who are involved in supplying controlled goods must ensure that their obligations under the regulations are fulfilled. The grant of approval and registration is valid for a period of three years, thereafter renewal is required if registration of that model is to continue.