No there isn't.
But it would be kinda nice if there was...
A shovel is a shovel, they aren't a piece of fall protection or something that your life depends on. Someone elses life may depend on your shovel, in which case it is important to ensure that the shovel you carry will preform when you need it to, but you'll have to use your own judgment when selecting an avalanche shovel. Cheap typically means cheap, invest what your friends lives are worth to you when purchasing an avalanche shovel, but when venturing out into avalanche terrain, what type of shovel someone has is less important than making sure that everyone in your group has one.
I took a backcountry skiing leadership course where the certified mountain guide cautioned us on carrying questionable shovels. He told a couple stories about old mountain veterans that had their old trusty shovels they've been using for years and years, and said that it's not something that you should skimp on or neglect. If your shovel breaks in its time of need because it's old, worn, or just cheap, then it could mean that you're not going to get to your friend in tome before he runs out of breathable air.
It's worth noting too that a piece of gear–even a shovel–is only good if you use it properly. I broke my old avalanche shovel while trying to build an igloo out of bomb-shelter sized blocks I was prying from a wind drift that had a couple solid layers of ice in it. Needless to say that shovel got retired, and I invested in a smaller, more robust design from BCA.
Everyone likes to save money, but when it comes to safety equipment, ask yourself how much your life (or the life of a friend) is worth to you, and invest accordingly.