Based in Melbourne, IAPMO Oceana is accredited by the Joint Accreditation System of Australia and New Zealand (JAS-ANZ). We operate an effective quality system in accordance with ISO/IEC 17065:2012 Conformity assessment – Requirements for bodies, certifying products, processes and services and are also backed by IAPMO seven decades of experience certifying our industries’ products.
When you choose IAPMO Oceana as your certification partner you are also choosing our international reputation for excellence. With a worldwide presence, IAPMO Oceana has the flexibility and capability to provide first-class service anywhere in the world.
IAPMO Oceana personnel have extensive knowledge and experience in the business of certifying products in both the water
and gas industry sectors. This places IAPMO Oceana in a commanding position. We understand your company’s needs and concerns and pride ourselves on being able to adapt to any special circumstances you may have.
Whether you are looking to operate internationally or expand locally to accommodate new business, certifying your product with IAPMO Oceana will help demonstrate to customers that your product is in compliance with a performance-based product standard.
We certify plumbing and drainage products to use the WaterMark™ symbol to meet regulatory requirements. In addition, we also offer certification services to our own OceanaMark™ and GasMark™ product certification schemes to Australian and International Standards. IAPMO Oceana is “first in fast, professional” certification.
Certification of gas appliances and components in accordance with specifically recognised Standards and overseen by Australian and New Zealand gas regulators.
Certification of specific product, generally water related. The products covered under the OceanaMark scheme are not necessarily subject to specific requirements of a central body. The Standards are selected by IAPMO Oceana following a formal review.
Certification of plumbing and drainage products in accordance with the Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB). The 'WaterMark' logo is owned by The Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB) and the scheme is undertaken by the Plumbing Code of Australia (PCA).