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Visit the following link to fill out the updated application:
"http://www.jsmo.gov.jo/ar/OrgStructure/Departments/Certification/Pages/JQM.aspx" Through the form in the tasks of the directorate and its departments
After the application is submitted and all the required procedures are completed, the merchant is contacted by the employee of the Certificates of Conformity Department and must pay the fees within 24 hours to receive the certificate.
If the exporting company requests the goods, or if the merchant wishes to issue a certificate of conformity, the merchant must obtain a conformity certificate from the Standards and Metrology Organization.
The Certificates of Conformity Department is responsible for granting certificates of conformity for products such as; the Jordanian Quality Mark Certificate, Certificates of Conformity for Export Purposes, Halal Certificate, Good Agricultural Practices Certificate, Shamsi Certificate and Organic Production Certificate. The department works according to the international standard "ISO/IEC 17065:2012" that specifies the requirements of granting certificates of conformity for products. This has led the department to obtain an international accreditation from the German Accreditation Authority (DAkkS) for the Jordanian Quality Mark Certificate and issuing Certificates of Conformity for the olive oil sector, paints and detergents sector, and in granting a certificate of good agricultural practices (GLOBAL GAP).
1- If the certificate is granted to a sample that represents itself (for local purposes), the service recipient must bring sufficient samples to the Certificate of Conformity department for examination and storage.
2- If the certificate is to be granted to a shipment, it shall be inspected by employees of the conformity certificate section, or by whomever is chosen by them. Sufficient samples shall be drawn from it for examination and storage.
3- If the product has its own standard specifications and can be tested, it is transferred to the relevant laboratory and the service recipient is obligated to pay the examination fees