Component education services
For over 100 years UL has provided technical expertise to manufacturers in 35 countries, so that they can build safer products for their customers. Through a combination of online training, books, safety videos, live Web-delivered programs and facilitated workshops, UL University now offers training solutions customized to fit your needs, whether your business is in the U.S., Brazil, China, or virtually anywhere else in the world.
UL currently offers the following component related training solutions. Learn more.
Components 101 - overview of UL's global component services
This interactive online course provides you with in-depth information about how Underwriters Laboratories® global component services can help customers save time to market and development costs as well as drive supply chain integrity. The course illustrates the value that UL's global component services bring to each phase of the product development and compliance lifecycle, including product design/development, product submittal, product production and product modification. Learn more.
Specifying printed wiring boards in end-product applications
The purpose of this two-day workshop is to increase your awareness of the safety issues involved with selecting laminate materials and other components for use in the construction of a printed wiring board (PWB). A series of lectures and classroom exercises have been designed to enhance your skills in selecting materials for specific end-product applications.
This one-day seminar will explore the UL 507 Standard requirements as well as take an in depth look at the requirements for residential range hoods, permanent and portable electric fans.
Getting the UL Mark
This free thirty-minute webinar narrated by Keith Mowry, Manager, Accreditation Services for Underwriters Laboratories, addresses the most common questions customers ask when submitting their product(s) to obtain the UL Mark in the United States and Canada.
Hazard-Based Safety Engineering (HBSE)
The earlier manufacturers understand the Hazard Based Safety Engineering (HBSE) concept, the faster they can meet the challenges and transition to the new standard smoothly.
UL has been serving on various national committees involved in the development of IEC 62368-1 and is your resource for HBSE knowledge and information on hazard-based standards development.
Check www.ul.com/hbse often for more technical information, updates and training resources.
Globalability: the key to international compliance
Spend two days with UL to learn how to identify and comply with product regulations in your key international markets, and then leverage the similarities and differences among those markets to develop a compliance strategy.
Plastics: specifying and evaluating materials for use in photovoltaic module applications
The purpose of this two-day workshop is to increase your awareness of the safety issues involved with selecting polymeric materials used in photovoltaic applications. A series of lectures and classroom exercises have been designed to enhance your skills in selecting materials for specific functional applications.
Plastics: specifying and evaluating materials for electrical, electronic and mechanical applications
This highly interactive two-day workshop will give you the latest information on plastic materials intended for use in electrical products, plus provide extensive information about UL's tests, ratings and requirements for plastics. You'll also learn where the IEC stands with regard to plastics and how to use UL's Plastics Directory to select the right recognized plastic materials for your products.