sni & Product certification
What is SNI?
The Indonesian National Standard for Product Certification SNI (Indonesian National Standard) is a legislated set of standards, which have been established and issued by the BSN (National Standardisation Agency of Indonesia), that contain the requirements that need to be met and procedures that must be followed in order for a particular product to satisfy minimum safety, security, health and/or environmental considerations for Indonesia.
What is SNI Mark?
A Product Certificate (SPPT-SNI) is awarded to products that satisfy SNI requirements.
The SNI-marking is obtained through a product certification system which comprises testing of product samples, assessment and surveillance.
SNI-marking on a product (or its packaging/label) is a manufacturer's declaration that the product complies with the essential requirements of the relevant Indonesian health, safety and environmental protection legislation, to which the products must conform in order to be legally placed into the Indonesian market. This also applies to products made in other countries that are sold in the Indonesian territory.
What is SNI-Marking Program?
When you buy a Toy Doll, Baby Clothing, Automotive Tires or Electrical Cables within Indonesia, you can find the SNI-marking on them.
The SNI-marking that appears on many products traded in the Indonesian market, certifies that a product has met Indonesian health, safety, and environmental requirements, which ensure consumer safety. Manufacturers in Indonesia and abroad must meet SNI-marking requirements, where applicable, in order to market their products in Indonesia. A manufacturer who has gone through the conformity assessment process, must affix the SNI-marking to the product. With the SNI-marking, the product may be marketed throughout Indonesia.