UL Achieves ASCA Accreditation for Medical Device Testing from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
The accreditation supports greater predictability for manufacturers in FDA medical device clearance processes and more consistent and efficient FDA assessments of medical device safety and performance testing to reduce risks to public health.
EU Proposes to add Two New Hazard Classes to the EU CLP Regulation to Cover Endocrine Disruptors
The EU has since released a proposal that was discussed in CARACAL on 23rd March 2021 on how endocrine disruptors (EDs) can be addressed in the CLP regulation, which is a major cornerstone of EU chemical legislation.
UL Launches Program to Support Safe and Effective COVID-19 Vaccine Manufacture, Distribution and Administration
UL will be offering streamlined and purpose-built instances of ComplianceWire®, its best-in-class, role-based training, compliance and qualification solution, to help ensure individuals throughout the entire vaccination process.
UL Warns of Potentially Hazardous Communications Cable (Release 20PN-32)
The following is a notification from UL that the communications cable identified below may pose a fire hazard. The communications cable does not comply with UL’s Safety Standards and is not authorized to bear the UL Mark for the United States or Canada.
UL and Fire TS Laboratory Join Forces to Advance Fire Safety While Improving Market Access to Australia and New Zealand
UL’s partnership with Fire TS Laboratory in Auckland enhances in-region fire safety testing capabilities to achieve product certification in accordance with the UL-AU Mark, improving time to market and complementing UL’s global capabilities.
UL Certifies Solar Lighting Product for Nonprofit Watts of Love
Solar power may seem like a simple concept, but the technology is anything but as Watts of Love discovered. Fortunately, UL assisted the nonprofit by providing pro bono certification to prove their solar lighting product met safety standards.