What is a Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM)?

Australia’s electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) regulations impose compliance labelling and record-keeping requirements for the supply of almost all electrical and electronic products.

The objective of the regulations is to minimise the risk of unintentional electromagnetic interference from products which may affect the performance of other electrical products or disrupt communications services.

The EMC regulations require that, prior to supplying a product to the Australian market, suppliers must ensure that the product complies with the applicable standards. Suppliers can then apply a compliance label, which is called a Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM)rcm_image gif, an example of which is shown on the right.

You can be assured that where compliance is required, ASP has taken care of it. If you are an overseas client, you can discuss your local regulatory requirements with us.