Satisfy regulatory requirements, comply with industry standards, increase customer confidence, and stay competitive with our third-party certification programs.
130+ top companies from all over the world come to SEI for their product certification needs. Our voluntary programs are based on globally-recognized standards, including ASTM, ANSI, CSA, NFPA, NIJ, and NOCSAE. SEI certified companies receive:
Managed by the Safety Equipment Institute and in cooperation with ASTM International Committee D37 on Cannabis, this program provides the first-of-its-kind quality system and product safety certification to cannabis and hemp producers.
ASTM's Cannabis Certification program draws from Committee D37's growing list of approved standards, along with other established good manufacturing and good agriculture practices specific to cannabis.
Open to all cultivators, extractors, and producers, includes a quality system GMP audit of your facility operations, plus testing of cannabis flower samples using ASTM standards, if applicable. Once approved, cannabis businesses can use the ASTM certification mark on authorized product packaging and highlight in marketing materials.
Demonstrate to key industry stakeholders and customers that your company is committed to best practices that ensure consumer and patient health and safety.Learn more about cannabis certification
The Safety Equipment Institute manages this program in partnership with the Reflective Insulation Manufacturers Association International (RIMA-I). Manufacturers can use this voluntary program to identify reflective products that have been tested in accordance with current applicable ASTM code standards for North America.
Program participants must be members of RIMA-I and complete the SEI Verification Participant Agreement to participate.
Aviation professionals, advance your career with certification from ASTM's National Center for Aerospace & Transportation Technologies (NCATT).
NCATT CERTIFICATIONS INCLUDE:
Environmental product declarations help provide the data you need to prove the true impact of your products on the environment. To create a comparable EPD, you must follow the same rules and guidelines called product category rules (PCR). As an EPD program operator, ASTM reviews life cycle assessments and verifies the Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs).
EPDs from ASTM show: