GBAC STAR Registered Programs & Technology

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GBAC is now offering manufacturers and other companies the opportunity to have their programs or technologies related to infectious disease prevention achieve the GBAC STAR™ Registered Seal. The successful registration provides assurance to customers and manufacturers/companies, that the program or technology has been assessed by the GBAC Advisory Council Scientific Board for scientific validity, usability, practicality, safety, and efficacy.

Who is eligible to become a GBAC STAR™ Registered Technology or Registered Program?

To be eligible as a GBAC STAR™ Registered Technology, an application must include a list of claims and problem statements the offering is addressing, evidence that the offering will make an effective contribution in preventing the spread of infectious diseases and demonstrate advantage over existing offerings in terms of efficacy, cost, health, and safety.

To be eligible as a GBAC STAR™ Registered Program, the program should be able to provide relevance how the program/programs align with the GBAC STAR™ Accreditation program, describing which of the 20 elements will help or support and organization with their GBAC STAR™ accreditation. The program must also include supporting evidence of claims and problem statements, evidence that the program will make an effective contribution in preventing the spread of infectious diseases and demonstrate advantage over existing offerings in terms of efficacy, cost, health, and safety.

What does it mean to be a GBAC STAR™ Registered Technology or Registered Program?

Successful GBAC STAR™ Registrations provide assurance to customers and manufacturers, that the registered program or technology has been assessed by the GBAC Advisory Council Scientific Board for scientific validity, usability, practicality, safety, and efficacy.

Companies that have achieved registration for their technology or program will be able to use the GBAC STAR Registered Seal on the product or program documentation.

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The GBAC Advisory Council Scientific Board will assess:

  1. Scientific validity and efficacy
  2. Safety and compliance with existing and applicable standards and guidelines
  3. Usability, practicality, implementation, and training
  4. Environmental compatibility and sustainability
  5. Marketing language and claims

Being a GBAC STAR Registered Technology* or Registered Program provides a compliance path to become GBAC STAR accredited.

Benefits of being a GBAC STAR Registered Technology* or Registered Program include:

  • Inclusion into the GBAC STAR Directory of Technologies and Programs
  • Expanded marketing and branding reach
  • Access to a referral program
  • Use of materials in GBAC STAR Academy trainings
  • Inclusion on the GBAC website
  • Introduction to GBAC-TIPS Science to Market®

Registration Fee:

ISSA Members

  • 1 Item: $3,500
  • 2-4 Items: $2,975 per item
  • 5+ Items: $2,625 per item

Non-Members

  • 1 Item: $5,000
  • 2-4 Items: N/A
  • 5+ Items: N/A

Annual re-registration fee: $500

Please email us at [email protected] if you have questions.

Step 1

Download and complete our Programs & Technology template. Choose the template that matches the registration you’re applying for below. This template must be completed first.

Step 2

Begin your application by clicking the button below. You’ll be required to upload the completed template during the application process. Make sure the information is thorough and accurate.

Step 3

Submit your application by filling out the form. Once you’re finished, someone from our team will reach out to you promptly. We look forward to receiving your application.

*Disclaimer: GBAC STAR™ Registered Technology and Registered Programs do not address pesticide devices, disinfectants, or hand sanitizers as defined by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) or U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).