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With an increase in demand for hand sanitizers around the world, manufacturers must monitor changes in global market requirements to stay compliant.
Improving sustainability is a major goal in the toy industry, but sustainability is meaningless without transparency.
UL’s Seemanta Mitra presented on Standard Setting, Non-mandatory Regulations and Industry Requirements for Reusable Face masks for AAFA’s Product Safety Seminar East — Virtual Event.
Wearing a face mask has become the new normal in many countries. However, manufacturers, retailers and brands may be unaware of the latest requirements and recommendations for distributing and selling masks to these regions.
Learn more about GMP Certifications and Auditing for Dietary Supplements.
UL experts are pleased to present the insights, benefits and evolution of chemical management.
Smart clothing is one of the newest developments in the softlines industry, allowing wearers to monitor their physical or fitness condition via network-connectable products.
During this webinar, UL experts took a deep look at some recent toy recalls determining what went wrong and how the recall could have been prevented.
Join UL and AAFA for an episode of AAFA’s Fall Footwear E‑Learning Series where we will cover product safety and compliance.
The regulatory landscape in Great Britain and EU is constantly evolving, so staying on top of the market access requirements can be challenging.
UL experts are pleased to present insights on the new Brazilian Toy Ordinance 217/2020. The new Ordinance 217 aims to improve the current requirements and testing for toys, and to reduce the number of samples to be used during the certification process.
Consult our webinar on demand here to find out more about the challenges and ways to achieve sustainability in the textile, leather and footwear industry supply chains together with how a proper chemical management and audit program can reduce the impact t
A webinar dedicated to the role of Bluetooth technology in the medical segment, from consumer health safety and health security to related regulatory challenges.
The costs associated with the development of a new technology device are usually high. Learn how you can increase the potential of your existing products.
Download the webinar recording for practical and applicable how-to guidance in creating impactful, online training for your workforce.
Get expert insights about plastics performance properties and the importance of testing and selecting plastics for end-use applications.
Discover the advantages of plastics preselection testing and learn how to read a UL Yellow Card.
Learn how to find, verify and specify UL Certified material and components that meet the safety and performance requirements of your end product applications.
Understand acceptable modifications of color and other additives to plastic materials at the molder for plastic parts used in electrical equipment.
Gain a better understanding of the requirements and eligibility to reproduce the UL Mark on labels when authorized by UL.
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