• Used to indicate the compliance of telecommunications customer equipment and customer cabling
  • Can continue to be used as a compliance label by suppliers issued with a Supplier Code Number from the ACMA until 1 March 2016
  • Where a product is subject to telecommunications and EMC, EMR or radio communications arrangements the compliance label bearing the A-Tick and supplier identification would indicate compliance with all applicable arrangements.


Ensure any device for Emergency Communications is C-Tick Approved in Australia

  • Used to indicate the compliance of radio communications equipment, electrical and electronic equipment subject to the EMC arrangement, and equipment required to meet EME standards
  • Can continue to be used as a compliance label by suppliers issued with a Supplier Code Number from the ACMA until 1 March 2016

State of the art Monitoring Center

You can have confidence in knowing that your SafeTCard Lone worker monitoring device is backed up by our Brisbane Based Monitoring Centre and that our Control Station complies with ASIAL “Australian Standard 2201.2-2004” for Monitoring Centres. This standard ensures that all SafeTCard Alarm activations whether being a low or high priority are responded to within the required time frame. Regular independent audits are carried out to ensure that these strict guidelines are being met which means the customer will receive the highest level of Monitoring Services at all times.  SafeTCard Lone Worker Solution already monitor the clients with the most highest Security levels for Government Privacy Laws and Requirements.

History and Mission of ASIAL

The Australian Security Industry Association Limited (ASIAL) is the largest security industry Association representing the security industry in Australia.
From small, medium and large sized operations through to major users of security ASIAL represents all sectors of the security industry.
ASIAL plays a key role in driving Australian Standards, developing codes of conduct and raising the level of professionalism within the industry. As the voice of the industry, ASIAL performs a key role in representing the interests of the industry at a Federal and State/Territory government level.


  • A Registered Organisation of Employers under the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2009
  • An Accredited Cabling Registrar under the Australian Communications and Media Authority’s Cabling Provider Rules
  • An Approved Security Industry Organisation

What Is RoHS?

The Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS), also commonly referred to as the “lead-free” directive, restricts the use of six hazardous materials in the manufacture of various types of electronic and electrical equipment. Adopted in February 2003 by the European Union, the RoHS directive takes effect on July 1, 2006. While the RoHS directive is not a law, it is a serious attempt to control the amount of toxic waste that finds its way into our environment.

RoHS restricts the use of the following six substances:

  • Lead
  • Mercury
  • Cadmium
  • Chromium VI (Also known as hexavalent chromium
  • PBB
  • PBDE


En55022 Emissions Report & Low Voltage Directive

SafeTCard Identicom is 100% Emissions free and tested and also complies with low voltage requirements.  Please ensure all products you are investigating have this compliance.

Low Voltage Directive

EEC Low Voltage Directive – The product is designed to conform with this Specification wherever possible and applicable.

The Low Voltage Directive (LVD2006/95/EC is one of the oldest Single Market Directives adopted by the European Union before the “New” or “Global” Approach.[1] The Directive provides common broad objectives for safety regulations, so that electrical equipment approved by any EU member country will be acceptable for use in all other EU countries. The Low Voltage Directive does not supply any specific technical standards that must be met, instead relying on IEC technical standards to guide designers to produce safe products. Products that conform to the general principles of the Low Voltage Directive and the relevant particular safety standards are marked with the CE marking to indicate compliance and acceptance throughout the EU. Conformance is asserted by the manufacturer based on its conformity assessment.