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UL recently joined more than 400 major U.S. corporations in signing the Human Rights Campaign’s Business Coalition for the Equality Act, a federal legislation that would provide the same protections to LGBTQ people.
Reflecting on Pride Month, Marc Humbert discusses how a supportive work environment leads to more rewards, more professional fulfilment and less stress.
REACH has released an updated list of test methods to demonstrate the conformity to nickel restrictions.
UL aims to enable the adoption of safe autonomous vehicles through collaboration on a new approach to safety.
For Pride Month 2021, Kathleen Sykora-Haley explains how the idea of a safer world applies to much more than just products.
UL Inc. expands its board of directors with expertise across industries and regions as the company continues to focus on being customers’ most trusted safety, security and sustainability partner.
Learn more about how this news on the migration of certain elements can impact your business.
Reflecting on Pride Month, Melanie Nauta discusses the link between trust and transparency when it comes to her relationships with customers as well as her idea of what One UL really means.
A new edition to UL 8802, Outline of Investigation for Germicidal Systems, has been published June, 2021.
Learn more about the current state of UL 8801, Outline of Investigation for Photovoltaic-Powered Luminaire Systems.
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The Regulation of New and Existing Chemical Substances Registration is being revised for practical needs. Included are changes to the annual tonnage band for Phase 1 registration and the registration deadlines.
UL 360 software cited by Verdantix Corporate ESG and Sustainability Software Report for its ease in meeting external reporting requirements.
UL verifies resort property’s health and safety measures in preparation for summer travel season.
Maryland passes House Bill 643, banning the manufacturing and sale of cosmetic products that contain any of the 24 specified toxic chemicals, except under specified circumstances.
Three-day virtual event showcases industry-leading safety experts and engineers providing insights on achieving regulatory requirements, determining optimal component selection and broadening market access.
This latest update includes 22 new entries, 39 updated entries and one classification deletion. Within these are the common substances citric acid, boric acid and d-limonene.
The provision of Article 15 of the Cosmetics Regulation ensures uniformity on implementation of legislation regarding CMR substances, provides legal certainty to competent authorities and economic operators, and protects human health.
The American Apparel and Footwear Association (AAFA) has updated its Restricted Substances List, which includes changes to existing information and the addition of new substances.
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