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With a growing logistics real estate portfolio, Modlo recently turned to UL Solutions for support in establishing an ESG program and GRESB reporting.
UL Solutions teams with Navitas Life Sciences to increase access to compliance training through ComplianceWire®.
Taiwan prohibits chlorpyrifos and chlorpyrifos-methyl from being contained in the manufacture, processing, import, export, sale or use of environmental agents.
"Has not been investigated” Guide Information for fire-resistance ratings (BXUV).
EU Cosmetics Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009 amended with updated requirements on formaldehyde label warning and use of certain UV filters in cosmetics.
Better understand safety in the workplace with forklift and pedestrian safety tips from UL Solutions.
Taiwan will adopt the minimum dimensions of the label for the container or package of toxic and concerned chemical substances.
Karriem Shakoor, SVP and CIO at UL Solutions, is featured in Savoy’s summer issue as one of 2022’s Most Influential Black Executives in Corporate America.
Shanghai Port requires the Identification and Classification Report for Hazardous Chemicals issued by a third-party institution 24 hours prior to arrival.
The partnership helps create a holistic view of a building’s DNA and enhances data-driven decision-making to improve the built environment.
Amendment to the Ordinance to Industrial Safety and Health Law adds new rules for preparation of SDS, requiring suppliers of chemicals to update their documents.
The mobile driver’s license (mDL) aims to make sharing select personal information between license holders and verifying parties safer, more convenient and more secure than using a plastic driver’s license.
Genovesi brings to UL Solutions a deep knowledge of the regulatory, environmental and governance challenges our customers face as well as experience meeting those challenges with tailored software and technology solutions.
The UL Verified SPIRE Smart Building Rating holistically measures building technology and performance.
On March 18th, 2022, The Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) published the relevant U.S. amendments of the IEC 60601-1 Standards.
The two organizations are working together to offer secure, connected technologies and testing solutions to financial institutions preparing to implement the Federal Reserve’s FedNow Service.
UL Solutions verified Vancouver International Airport's health and wellness measures as travelers return to the skies.
The Malaysian DOSH published a draft to amend the CLASS Regulations 2013 on June 13. With the 2022 amendments, Malaysia is moving to adopt GHS Revision 8.
Several changes were incorporated into the U.S. Postal Service Publication 52 standard, impacting the shipment of hazardous materials, particularly new and pre-owned, damaged/defective lithium batteries.
Beginning Jan. 1, 2024, certain products that contain intentionally added PFAS will be prohibited in Maryland, with several exemptions.
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