Advice: CodeMark Certificates withdrawn

Wednesday, 20 February 2019

Under NCC Volume One A2.2 and NCC Volume Two 1.2.2, a current CodeMark Australia or CodeMark Certificate of Conformity is one form of evidence to support that the use of a material, product, form of construction or design meets a Performance Requirement or a Deemed-to-Satisfy Provision of Volumes One and Two of the NCC.

The CodeMark Australia Scheme is administered by JAS-ANZ. Under the Scheme Rules, a CodeMark Certification Body is responsible for decisions and actions relating to an application for a Certificate of Conformity including termination, suspending and withdrawing a certificate holder’s Certificate of Conformity.

We have been informed by JAS-ANZ that the following Certificates of Conformity have recently been withdrawn by the relevant Certification Body:

  • CM40029 – Ozone Panel Building Systems
  • CM40066 – Alpolic A2
  • CM40067 – Alpolic FR
  • CM40076 – Ultrabond FR
  • CM40079 – Vitrabond FR
  • CM40082 – Dulux Exsulite TM Kooltherm Façade System
  • CM40093 – Larson FR
  • CM40138 – Dulux Exsulite TM Thermal Façade non-cavity system
  • CM40162 – Cladex FR

Withdrawal of these Certificates of Conformity means that they are no longer current and are therefore not recognised as a form of evidence of suitability under NCC Volume One A2.2 and NCC Volume Two 1.2.2, as implemented through State and Territory legislation. JAS-ANZ maintains a register of current Certificates of Conformity on its website.

If the products covered by these withdrawn Certificates of Conformity are to be used in a building, in accordance with relevant State and Territory legislation, practitioners would need to satisfy themselves through another form of evidence of suitability that the use complies with the appropriate provisions of the NCC.