Since the outbreak of COVID-19, UL has closely monitored the situation and activated plans to help assure the safety and well-being of our employees, customers and communities.
As a provider of essential services, UL remains open for business. We’ve put into place modified working arrangements under guidance from public health officials to continue to deliver critical services. While proactively evaluating our processes to meet the evolving needs of our customers, we identified an opportunity to use remote technology to support the UL Data Acceptance Program (DAP), International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) Customer Testing Facility (CTF) Program and the Witnessed Test Data Program (WTDP). These enhanced service offerings allow for greater flexibility for our customers to continue to submit products for certification.
The DAP and CTF programs provide a means to accept externally generated test data in support of many of our certifications, including the UL Mark, C-UL Mark, and IECEE CB Scheme.
Register for the free on-demand webinar to learn how we have temporarily amended some of the DAP and CTF program requirements to allow the use of remote technology for:
- Customers interested in the Witnessed Test Data Program (WTDP)
- Current DAP (customer and third-party data program) participants
- Current CTF labs
Speaker: Chris Nicastro, engineering manager for the Energy and Power Technologies Division and DAP operations manager at UL
Learn more about how our remote technology is delivering flexibility while maintaining consistency and quality.