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South Africa SABS certification
Certification introduction
The South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) was established in accordance with the National Standards Act promulgated in 1945 and is affiliated with the South African Department of Trade and Industry. SABS is a neutral third-party certification agency in South Africa, responsible for system certification and product certification in South Africa. In addition to its standard-setting responsibilities, SABS also manages regulatory standards on behalf of the country and grants the right to use the logo to products that meet the specifications. SABS Mark is widely used in various fields and has become a symbol of product quality assurance.

SABS South Africa

Certificate description
1. South Africa’s certification is divided into two situations: the first application is LOA and COC, which are mandatory for imports into South Africa. This certification procedure does not allow the SASB trademark to be placed on the label of the product. This application does not allow Factory inspection is required; the second application is based on the first application, and you can apply for the use of SABS Mark again. The use of this mark requires a series of factory inspection procedures, which costs a lot, and a certain amount must be paid every year. Annual fees and factory inspection fees serve as the right to use the logo.
2. COC is an EMI test, and LOA is a Letter of Authority agent’s approval. Apply directly to South Africa.
Certification scope
SABS certification is divided into two categories: product certification and system certification. SABS product certification mainly includes the following eight categories: chemical products, biological products, fiber products and clothing, mechanical products, safety equipment, electrical products, civil engineering and construction, and automotive products. Among them, the building materials and products involved include: stone products, concrete products, roofing materials, cement, lime, cement mixtures, natural building stones, safety glass, steel structures, wood and wood products, bricks, tiles, paints, Coatings, sealants, etc.
application process
1. The manufacturer completes the application form
2. If the factory has more than one factory building, you need to fill in another application form. Each product within the scope of certification is required to be reflected on the application form. In addition, the factory also needs to fill in an application form regarding the credibility of the person in charge, and the person in charge must guarantee the first inspection fee and other certification fees;
3. After receiving the application form, the South African Bureau of Standards will issue a quotation for review;
4. On the premise that the quotation is approved, the South African Bureau of Standards will conduct a factory review;
5. If the above review is passed, the South African Bureau of Standards will prepare an annual supervision contract;
6. Two auditors will conduct random inspections every year, and the costs of annual supervisory inspections and testing will be stated in the contract;
7. Two auditors will randomly check samples and bring them back to the laboratory;
8. For future testing samples, the South African Bureau of Standards will select goods from South African sellers. If the batches of goods are less than 4 times a year, insufficient samples will be sent from the factory, and the cost will be borne by the factory. bear;
9. If the test result is unqualified, the cost of the sample and retesting will be borne by the factory;
10. The certificate will be valid for three years unless canceled for other reasons.
South African certification body description
1. NRCS: It is the issuing agency of LOA certificate.
2. SABS: It is the issuing agency for COC certificate and SABS mark certification. SABS (South African Bureau of Standards)
Responsible for brake standards in South Africa and also works on certification and testing.
3. LOA certification: letter of authority, targeting security aspects.
4. COC certification: certificate of Compliance, for EMC aspects.
5. SABS certification: This certification is voluntary. The requirements are relatively strict and require the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) to arrange factory inspections and testing, and there will be two annual audits after obtaining the certificate.

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South Africa SABS certification

South Africa SABS certification

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South Africa SABS certification
Certification introduction
The South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) was established in accordance with the National Standards Act promulgated in 1945 and is affiliated with the South African Department of Trade and Industry. SABS is a neutral third-party certification agency in South Africa, responsible for system certification and product certification in South Africa. In addition to its standard-setting responsibilities, SABS also manages regulatory standards on behalf of the country and grants the right to use the logo to products that meet the specifications. SABS Mark is widely used in various fields and has become a symbol of product quality assurance.

SABS South Africa

Certificate description
1. South Africa’s certification is divided into two situations: the first application is LOA and COC, which are mandatory for imports into South Africa. This certification procedure does not allow the SASB trademark to be placed on the label of the product. This application does not allow Factory inspection is required; the second application is based on the first application, and you can apply for the use of SABS Mark again. The use of this mark requires a series of factory inspection procedures, which costs a lot, and a certain amount must be paid every year. Annual fees and factory inspection fees serve as the right to use the logo.
2. COC is an EMI test, and LOA is a Letter of Authority agent’s approval. Apply directly to South Africa.
Certification scope
SABS certification is divided into two categories: product certification and system certification. SABS product certification mainly includes the following eight categories: chemical products, biological products, fiber products and clothing, mechanical products, safety equipment, electrical products, civil engineering and construction, and automotive products. Among them, the building materials and products involved include: stone products, concrete products, roofing materials, cement, lime, cement mixtures, natural building stones, safety glass, steel structures, wood and wood products, bricks, tiles, paints, Coatings, sealants, etc.
application process
1. The manufacturer completes the application form
2. If the factory has more than one factory building, you need to fill in another application form. Each product within the scope of certification is required to be reflected on the application form. In addition, the factory also needs to fill in an application form regarding the credibility of the person in charge, and the person in charge must guarantee the first inspection fee and other certification fees;
3. After receiving the application form, the South African Bureau of Standards will issue a quotation for review;
4. On the premise that the quotation is approved, the South African Bureau of Standards will conduct a factory review;
5. If the above review is passed, the South African Bureau of Standards will prepare an annual supervision contract;
6. Two auditors will conduct random inspections every year, and the costs of annual supervisory inspections and testing will be stated in the contract;
7. Two auditors will randomly check samples and bring them back to the laboratory;
8. For future testing samples, the South African Bureau of Standards will select goods from South African sellers. If the batches of goods are less than 4 times a year, insufficient samples will be sent from the factory, and the cost will be borne by the factory. bear;
9. If the test result is unqualified, the cost of the sample and retesting will be borne by the factory;
10. The certificate will be valid for three years unless canceled for other reasons.
South African certification body description
1. NRCS: It is the issuing agency of LOA certificate.
2. SABS: It is the issuing agency for COC certificate and SABS mark certification. SABS (South African Bureau of Standards)
Responsible for brake standards in South Africa and also works on certification and testing.
3. LOA certification: letter of authority, targeting security aspects.
4. COC certification: certificate of Compliance, for EMC aspects.
5. SABS certification: This certification is voluntary. The requirements are relatively strict and require the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) to arrange factory inspections and testing, and there will be two annual audits after obtaining the certificate.