(i) is of a particular quality
(ii) has been manufactured in a particular location or by using a particular process
(iii) is made from particular materials or ingredients
(iv) is suited to a particular task.
The use of a certification trade mark by an authorised user may provide a market advantage.
To obtain a certification trade mark the trade applicant must first submit a set rules to the ACCC. The set of rules must specify requirements governing the use of the certification trade mark. The ACCC will provide an initial assessment and a final assessment of the rules.
A number of registered certification trade marks are detailed below.