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Tue Mar 3
  • Live Webinar

UL Webinar: Introduction to UL’s Web Application for the Dietary Supplement Industry

  • Live Webinar

It’s time for a new approach …

A Web application that provides transparency and improved supply chain visibility into product status, test methods and results, and a structured process to register a product to positively affect market perception of the dietary supplement industry.

  • Built for each formula and the compliance information that supports it
  • Visibility into product information and quality assurance activity
  • Providing easy access to important information for all interested parties

A single repository for all the good quality assurance work you are doing, UL’s Software as a Service is a voluntary industry application for self-regulation.

UL is Uniquely Positioned to Help

Join us for this complimentary webinar specifically designed to help bring transparency to the dietary supplement industry, on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 2:00 PM (ET).

Built on a single platform that most retailers are already using, bringing into line quality assurance testing, audit and regulatory data to help dietary supplements retailers and their vendors manage complex supply chains, make more informed buying decisions, and differentiate their brand.

This proprietary Web application provides a window into product and supplier compliance to regulatory and retailer requirements all in one place, online, helping suppliers and their customers meet their goals of placing safe, high-quality products in the marketplace.

Register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2871963219402552578

PRESENTER

Mike O’Hara General Manager – Global Nutraceuticals

With over 15 years of leadership experience, and product quality and safety knowledge, Mike O’Hara is charged with developing a registration and UL Badge program for dietary supplements.   He has built strong cross functional teams focused on meeting and exceeding customer expectations through the development of work environments that drive employee satisfaction and success.   Previously, Mike was responsible for North American Operations for UL’s Chemicals Business Division, reporting into the Commercial & Industrial business unit. Mike has held leadership positions in several Commercial & Industrial divisions including Wire & Cable, Power Distribution, Industrial Control Equipment and Personal Protective Equipment.

 

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