SA Product Register
Make Your Site Compliant
It is up to the business to determine how to apply the appropriate supply chain descriptor. Each product is assessed by what work is conducted within South Australia at each part of the supply chain of an industry, as per the descriptions below.
For clarity ‘within South Australia’ means a business based in South Australia or where the work will be predominately carried out by residents of South Australia.
Step 1: Join the Product Register and we will email you the appropriate logos.
Step 2: Send us a link to your landing page using the logos.
Step 3: If acceptable, the OIA will activate your profile and send a confirmation email.
Industry Advocate Logo
Once each product has been accurately assessed for the use of the supply chain descriptors a landing page on the businesses website needs to be created to connect to the Office of the Industry Advocate – SA Product Register.
Each business is authorised to use the Industry Advocate’s logo on the businesses website landing page from the SA Product Register ONLY under the following circumstances:
1. It is used in conjunction with the words: SA Product Register, as per the below example:
SA Product Register
2. A description of the businesses support is added to the title, for example:
AAA business supports the Industry Advocate’s SA Product Register initiative and have a range of SA products in production every week at our facilities in (SA suburb/town etc), including ………
Under NO circumstances is the Industry Advocate’s logo to be used in any other pages of the businesses website or marketing materials or located next to the businesses logo.
If a website is not kept up-to-date with appropriate logos or if a product has an incorrect logo attributed to it, the Office of the Industry Advocate may determine the business is not complying.
The Office of the Industry Advocate can then determine whether or not there is a valid reason for the non-compliance. If there is not a valid reason, it may decide that a breach has occurred and impose remedies which may include disconnection from the SA Product Register and removal of logos from the offending website. It is important to note the SA Product Register has been established for the Building and Civil Construction industry, however, it will be further developed to incorporate other industries in the future.
I have read and agree to the terms and conditions of how to make my website compliant and will assess my products accordingly. The Industry Advocate reserves right to seek any reasonable changes to ensure the integrity of the SA Product Register is maintained. I will not copy and paste these logos onto our website, but will embed the appropriate links to the appropriate products.
Building and Construction Supply Chain Logos
SA Manufacture means the holistic manufacture or fabrication of finished goods is undertaken in South Australia.
SA Assembly means that separate component parts of the end product are put together in South Australia.
Supply or Distribution means the supply and distribution of the product occurs within South Australia.
Installation means the product is installed within South Australia.
Commercial Creative Communication Supply Chain Logos
SA Created means the creation of marketing and communication strategies, tactics and ideas that connect brands to audiences.
SA Produced means bringing to life communication ideas through a diverse number of channels from film, television, corporate video, online content, digital, social media, events and radio, among others.
SA Implemented means the development of media strategy, plan, schedule, book and measure media activity across all channels including but not limited to; television, cinema, radio, print, out of home, digital and social media in addition to Search Engine Marketing (SEM), Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), branded content, product placement, events, editorial, advertorial, etc
- Testimonial – Seeley International The new SA Product Register not only recognises the important contribution Seeley International makes to the State’s economy, by highlighting products that create the most jobs in the State, but also raises our profile with architects, quantity surveyors, project managers and designers.