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Jiajia Wu explains how UL’s safety mission serves as a key motivator for ensuring integrity in her accounting and reporting efforts.
Reach buyers demanding low-emitting products with genuine GREEENGUARD Certification. UL’s GREENGUARD offers green building professionals assurance that products are low chemical emitting and support good indoor air quality (IAQ).
Testing and certification services to help get your healthcare devices certified for use in the U.K.
Many medical devices include additional wireless functionality. A consistent way to evaluate the risks due to wireless data transfer is necessary because additional functionality also brings the potential for increased risk to patients and operators.
UL’s Platinum membership highlights commitment to addressing the needs of the computing infrastructure and ecosystems.
As a member of the Arm Functional Safety Partnership Program, UL will now offer functional safety training expertise to help address a wide range of semiconductor technologies and components.
New Wi-Fi 6E capabilities will help manufacturers assess improved wireless performance and complement existing offerings in U.S., South Korea, China and Japan.
Colombia banned asbestos on Jan. 1, 2021, with an additional five years to implement a policy for replacing existing asbestos. Penalties will apply to those that do not comply with the regulation.
UL’s test center in Germany helps enable automotive and EV charging manufacturers rapid market access and innovative technology acceptance with state-of-the-art safety, electrical and compliance testing towards UL certification.
On Sept. 1, 2020, Amendment 1 of IEC 60601-1-2:2014 was published. Gain a better understanding of the changes that impact the immunity test to be performed to medical equipment and medical systems.
Selling products in the EU and the U.K.? UL is accredited to deliver the required certifications manufacturers need. Learn more.
Learn more about UL’s termination of certification services for unvented alcohol fuel-burning decorative appliances, and the impact to using the UL Mark.
On April 20, 2021, the latest update to the Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) regulations was released.
As Montenegro and Serbia face similar challenges in their preparation for admission to the EU, ECHA provides support and helps identify next steps forward.
UL verifies IoT security claims of Somfy smart control meeting critical cybersecurity benchmarks.
The acquisition strengthens UL’s renewables offerings to assess and optimize solar plant performance.
Australia sets ambitious goals
New vaccination tracking tool helps employers in their efforts toward resuming in person operations.
The Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Trade recently issued a Circular detailing general safety requirements for production, trade, usage, storage and transportation of industrial hazardous chemicals.
Employers will need to take necessary steps to implement GHS in the workplace by April 7, 2023, for pure chemical substances and diluted solutions and April 7, 2024, for mixtures.
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