Safe Salt Lamps

All of our salt lamps are certified by official government bodies to match Australian electrical safety standards. What exactly does this mean? The safety standards guarantee that you as a lamp user will not be exposed to electrocution risks while handling the lamp. 


Aussie salt lamps need the following parts of the salt lamp to be certified to the AS/NZS 60598.2.4 standard as well as AS/NZS CISPR 15, in order to be sold in Australia.
  • Globe holder.
  • Power cord.
  • Plug.
  • Dimmer.

Each of these components needs to be marked with a safety approval stamp. This could be a RCM stamp, or also a SAA approval stamp. All of our components are SAA tested and approved to all relevant standards, and are compliant to safety standards for all states Australia wide. We are approved by the following regulatory authorities and programs:

  • Electrical Regulatory Authorities Council 
  • Australian Communications and Media Authority
  • Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
  • Electrical Safety Office
  • Energy Safe Victoria 
  • New South Wales Fair Trading

Not all salt lamp suppliers will have safety approval, as it is not thoroughly enforced by the above agencies, that's why it's best to check first.

To learn more about Salt Lamp safety approval standards follow the links below:

ERAC PDF guide for salt lamp safety
ACMA EMC standards guide
ACCC product sourcing safety requirements
SAA approvals PDF pertaining to Salt Lamps

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