Building (Product Certification) Regulations 2008

15 Conditions relating to notification

The conditions referred to in item 14 of Schedule 2 are that—

(a)

the certificate holder notifies the product certification body in writing of any intended change to any of the following particulars:

(i)

the name, address, or contact details of the certificate holder:

(ii)

any address of a location where a certified product is produced or manufactured:

(b)

the certificate holder notifies the product certification body in writing of any intended change, modification, or alteration to any of the following:

(i)

the certified building method or product:

(ii)

the method of its production or manufacture:

(iii)

the product quality plan prepared in respect of the certified building method or product:

(iv)

the application or installation instructions for the certified building method or product:

(v)

any documentation relating to the use and maintenance of the certified building method or product:

(c)

if the certificate holder has any reason to suspect that the certified building method or product does not comply with the Building Code, the certificate holder notifies the product certification body in writing of the reason for that suspicion:

(d)

if the certificate holder or the product certification body finds that a certified building method or product that has been released on the market does not comply with the Building Code, the certificate holder discloses that fact in disclosure statements published in a form that is acceptable to the product certification body and to the chief executive:

(e)

if the certificate is suspended or revoked, the certificate holder—

(i)

notifies all customers to whom the building method or product is regularly supplied; and

(ii)

immediately ceases using the certificate, the mark of conformity, and any reference to the number of the certificate.

Regulation 15: amended, on 1 November 2019, by regulation 13 of the Building (Product Certification) Amendment Regulations 2019 (LI 2019/218).