Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM) for Australia and New Zealand

This paper and companion presentation were written by Paul W Robinson, Australia, and presented to the IEEE Symposium on Product Compliance Engineering (ISPCE) in Orange County, California, in May 2016.

Abstract—This paper is an overview of the Australia/New Zealand (ANZ) Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM) for electrical and electronic products. It covers the Australian regulatory environment, the scope of the mark, its history, its applications and rules today, and issues around implementation. This paper will mainly focus on Australia’s perspective, with a little discussion of New Zealand as necessary to show interrelationships…. This copy is the author’s copy of the PDF versions of the submitted documents.

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