Global HazLoc certification services
Primary UL Global HazLoc Services
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- IECEx System - First Ex Certification Body (ExCB) and Ex Assessment and Testing Laboratory (ExTL) with offices in both North America and Europe. Currently issuing and accepting Ex Test Reports (ExTRs) used for national certifications in 26 countries. Additional details on the IECEx System.
- North America - UL Mark for the United States through accreditation by OSHA. C-UL Mark for Canada through accreditation by the Standards Council of Canada (SCC). Additional details on the North American hazardous locations system.
- Europe - Accredited as a Notified Body under the ATEX Directive (94/9/EC) to issue: Production Quality Assurance Notifications, and EC-Type Examination in support of the CE and "Epsilon-X" marks. Additional details on the European hazardous locations system.
- Latin America - Accredited by INMETRO as a Brazilian Certification Organization to issue: INMETRO mark and certificates, and Quality assessments.
- Asia - Local certifications made available through the IECEx System. Chinese HazLoc certification targeted through data exchange agreements and relationships with CQST and NEPSI in China.
- Australia - Local certifications made available through the IECEx System, and through work with Australian testing and certification agencies.
- Commonwealth of Independent States - GOST R and UkrSEPRO approvals made available through the IECEx Scheme, in conjunction with local Russian certification bodies. Specific details on GOST-R Russian approval.
Additional Specific UL HazLoc Programs and Services Include:
- Understanding the intrinsic safety certification process
- Rebuilt motor program for motor repair shops
- Rebuilt control equipment program for industrial and process control equipment
- Panel program for industrial control panel shops
- Field evaluation program for products or systems already installed
Additional Specific Highlighted Services Include:
- Certifications in accordance with NFPA and NEMA requirements
- Evaluations in accordance with MSHA and USCG federal regulations