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HDAA Australia Pty Ltd (HDAA) accreditation was Amended as of March 12 2019.
HDAA Australia Pty Ltd has voluntarily withdrawn from the ACICS scheme as of 5 March 2019. HDAA Australia Pty Ltd remains accredited for all other schemes in their scope of JAS-ANZ accreditation.
TQCS International Pty Ltd (TQCSI) accreditation was Amended as of March 17 2019.
TQCS International Pty Ltd has voluntarily withdrawn from the NSQHS scheme as of 1 January 2019. TQCS International Pty Ltd remains accredited for all other schemes in their scope of JAS-ANZ accreditation.
Exemplar Global (EG) accreditation was Suspended as of February 18 2019.
Due to a major restructure of their systems and procedures, Exemplar Global has requested voluntary suspension of their accreditation while they work through the significant changes. Suspension will be to a maximum of 6 months
BEAL Certification Service Limited (BCS) accreditation was Withdrawn as of November 16 2018.
BCS was issued a Notice of Withdrawal of accreditation on the 16th November 2018. Following an appeal, BCS’ withdrawal became effective as of the 21 February 2019. All listings in the JAS-ANZ Register for CodeMark certificates of conformity, issues by BCS, will be immediately removed from the JAS-ANZ Register. MBIE maintains a list of valid CodeMark certificates at: https://www.building.govt.nz/building-code-compliance/product-assurance-and-multiproof/codemark/product-certificate-register/. Interested parties should contact MBIE if they have questions via: products@mbie.govt.nz
Cambodia Certification Department of Institute of Standards of Cambodia (CCD-ISC) accreditation was Withdrawn as of January 6 2019.
From 21 December 2018, JAS-ANZ has withdrawn all accreditations of Cambodia Certification Department of Institute of Standards of Cambodia (CCD-ISC), #538, National Road No. 2 Sangkat Chak Angre-Leu, Khan Mean Chey, Phnom Penh City, Cambodia, for breaching the following clauses of the Accreditation Deed Poll – Conditions of Accreditation – specifically clauses 1, 2 and 20, and therefore posing an unacceptable risk to JAS-ANZ and accreditation. This decision is appealable.