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Proposed amendment to Japan's Cabinet Order on the Designation of Poisonous and Deleterious Substances includes 3-Aminopropan-1-ol as a Deleterious Substance
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Required Energy Labelling Regulation (ELR) and Single Lighting Regulation (SLR) related tests can be performed by UL Solutions.
Laboratory expansions in Silicon Valley, the United Kingdom and Taiwan advance state-of-the-art emission and immunity testing technology to help manufacturers enhance speed-to-market to meet growing demand.
Taiwan published the amendment to Categories and Management of Handling for Concerned Chemical Substances and expanded the concerned chemicals to 18 substances.
UL International (UK) Ltd., Approved Body, has recently expanded its scope for in vitro diagnostic medical devices for UKCA marking.
Last updated in 2012, the Green Guides address environmental and advertising claims, while providing guidance on consumer interpretation and substantiation.
The new collaboration sets the stage to help create the safer, widespread deployment of key renewable, zero-emission energy sources.
Companies looking for reporting software can be confident in UL 360 Sustainability Essentials. Users report that it’s easy to implement and deploys in six weeks or less.
UL Solutions Announces New Release of Key Productivity Features in UL Create.
Canada has published amendments aligning the HPR to the 7th edition of GHS. New definitions, adoption of new hazard categories and sub-categories, and new test procedures are highlights of the amendments which have a three-year transition period.
ComplianceWire® life sciences learning management system now features dashboards for team status, improved group management and enhanced reporting.
DeepHow teams with UL Solutions to augment ComplianceWire® with video-based training.
The ban was signed December 2022 and prohibits the sale of personal care and cosmetic products containing various forms of mercury in the state starting June 2023.
Australia launches the IChEMS Register which contains end uses, prohibitions, restrictions, and control measures of industrial chemicals in seven schedules.
Learn about the key changes UL Solutions has made to the new edition of the Standard for Household and Similar Electrical Appliances.
Inflation Reduction Act policies deliver financial incentives for electric vehicle charging infrastructure and commercial building electrification
UL Solutions can help you learn about load-based and climate-specific testing and rating procedures for heat pumps and air conditioners.
The rule, proposed by the Department of Ecology, would restrict or require reporting for toxic chemicals in targeted consumer product categories.