- The CE mark meaning "European Conformity", formerly EC mark is a mandatory conformity mark for products placed on the market in the European Economic Area (EEA). With the CE marking on a product the manufacturer[ensures that the product conforms with the essential requirements of the applicable EC directives.
- The NOM logo serves a similar purpose for products on the market in Mexico.
- Underwriters Laboratories holds a service mark on the phrase "UL Listed", and allows manufacturers of electrical and other safety equipment to use the UL mark only if they are under follow-up agreement by UL. This lets consumers identify products that meet quality criteria set by a company other than the manufacturer.
- The National Testing Agency (NTA Inc) mark allows consumers to identify certified products in the building industry.
- Quality Auditing Institute (QAI) certification mark, commonly used on building products, plumbing, and electrical products.
- The LPCB (Loss Prevention Certification Board) mark by BRE Global (part of the Building Research Establishment group) independently certificates fire and security products, which are then listed in the Red Book.
- The Woolmark certification mark, used to identify goods which contain wool.
- The "Idaho" and "Grown In Idaho" certification marks, used by Idaho Potato Commission to indicate potatoes grown in the State of Idaho in the United States of America.
- The "Champagne" certification mark, used to indicate goods which have an appellation of origin of the Champagne region in France.
- The SGS Product Safety Mark is used to prove that the product fulfills all relevant product safety requirements applicable in the destination market.
- The Bureau Veritas certification mark, used to indicate, for example, sea-worthiness of ships.
- The hechsher (, U in a full circle) of the Orthodox Union.
- The Integrative Pastoral Medicine certification mark, as used by authorized persons, certifies that the individual providing specific healthcare & mental health services has met all of the professional, educational, spiritual/moral & scientific clinical skills and requirements of the Apprenticeship and Certification Board of Integrative and Pastoral Medicine(also known as the Integrative Pastoral Medical Association) and is licensed to provide service as a Doctor and/or Therapist and/or Consultant of Integrative and/or Pastoral Medicine(Class B Occupational Pastoral Medical license).
- The Asthma & Allergy Friendly Certification Mark allows consumers to identify products that have been put through and passed standardised testing that is relevant for those suffering from asthma and allergies. Allergy Standards Limited operates the Certification Program in America, Canada, Ireland and the UK. In America, the Certification Mark status is controlled by the United States Patents and Trademark Office.
- The CSA mark used by the Canadian Standards Association
- State Quality Mark of the USSR
Japanese Industrial Standards
Norma Oficial Mexicana
Asthma and Allergy Friendly
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