JAS-ANZ

The Joint Accreditation System of Australia and New Zealand (JAS-ANZ) was established by Treaty in 1991 by the Australian and New Zealand governments to strengthen the trading relationship between the two countries and their trading partners.

JAS-ANZ activities are structured around five distinct programs: management systems certification, product certification, personnel certification, inspection, and greenhouse gas validation and verification.
Under these five programs, JAS-ANZ recognizes over 130 public and proprietary schemes that have been developed by or in conjunction with public authorities and industry groups. The schemes provide a level of confidence to support exchange of products and services across a wide range of industry sectors.

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