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Advisory Services for Hazardous Locations

Demonstrating Technical Compliance Regarding Testing, Inspection and Certification from a Collaborative Perspective

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To maximize market opportunities, manufacturers seeking a competitive advantage should engage with a conformity assessment body early to reap financial rewards in many aspects of technical compliance projects, or even projects not aiming for final certification. This will allow manufacturers to have a risk mitigation plan in place to know most of the risks up front. There may be issues down the line where a supplied piece of equipment fails a mandated test due to a manufacturing or material defect. A lot of the compliance work is a documentation review. If this is done earlier in the process, precious time between final testing and product launch can be saved.

Tapping into UL’s talent pool will help manufacturers to get to market faster with a value-engineered and optimal product. In this white paper, readers will learn the most relevant topic areas associated with advisory services, the importance of selecting a trusted partner that will allow your staff to concentrate on getting new, innovative and optimized products to market, as well as UL’s experience and insight. The topics covered in this white paper include:

  • Technical and regulatory compliance
  • What are advisory services?
  • The do’s and don'ts of advisory
  • Guidelines
  • The great crew change in the energy industry
  • Mitigation of testing and certification challenges
  • The value of having a trusted partner

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