Indoor environmental testing and verification services
Verify the health of your buildings and develop trust with building occupants
People are searching for peace of mind when it comes to the health and wellness inside buildings. The UL Verified Healthy Buildings Program helps enable building owners to communicate their commitment to maintaining healthy buildings.
UL aligns our program criteria with programs like Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM) and Fitwel. The UL Verified Healthy Buildings Mark helps enable building owners to report their efforts to a growing contingent of stakeholders, including investors, tenants, government agencies and consumers.
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UL Verified Healthy Buildings
Building owners and managers can use the Verified Healthy Buildings Program to:
- Verify their readiness claims regarding indoor air, water and building hygiene prior to reoccupancy following an extended period of vacancy, such as during the coronavirus outbreak.
- Communicate a positive message and differentiate indoor spaces with Verified occupant health and well-being marketing claims.
- Reduce risk and cost associated with occupant health issues and improve productivity related to good indoor environmental quality.
- Help improve employee and occupant performance while increasing the value of your building and company.
- Gain visibility into potential problems so they can be addressed early and with documented solutions.
Working with UL
How to get started today:
- Click the Contact Us button above to register your interest in the program. You will receive a confirmation email to a short form requesting information regarding your building or portfolio. No commitment to purchase services is required.
- A UL representative will contact you to discuss the UL Verified Healthy Buildings Program, review which tier best fits your needs, schedule an inspection, and develop a statement of work and pricing after the initial meeting
What happens next:
- Upon agreement of the contract, the verification process combines desktop audits, on-site visits including visual inspections and performance testing, and laboratory testing to evaluate the range of building space conditions.
- We use assessment results to verify claims regarding indoor air, water and environmental quality to confirm that samples align with industry-recognized third-party organizations.
- We will collaborate with you to establish appropriate policies and standard operating procedures to achieve the UL Verification Mark.
- Surveillance for Verified buildings includes biannual on-site visits and testing of representative locations.
Achieving the UL Verified Healthy Building Mark
Participants have the option of achieving a tiered level of the UL Verified Mark in each of the key areas of building health and indoor environmental quality (IEQ), including:
Verified Healthy Building for Indoor Air
These building spaces are evaluated against rigorous methodologies to indoor air quality (IAQ) and have policies and plans for the continual advancement of IAQ.
Verified Healthy Building for Indoor Air and Water
In addition to the IAQ methodologies above, these building spaces also have been assessed to establish water quality for both human consumption and the prevention of waterborne pathogens.
Verified Healthy Building for Indoor Environment: Air, Water, Hygiene, Light and Acoustics
These building spaces have achieved performance in all five assessment areas: IAQ, water quality, building hygiene, lighting and acoustics. They also have in place policies and plans for the continual advancement of IEQ.
Trust UL to verify your buildings for health and well-being
UL has been providing IEQ testing and inspection for decades and has delivered over 30,000 testing programs to date. We’ve used this experience to develop the most comprehensive IEQ building verification program on the market. Empower trust with a UL Verified Healthy Building Mark that can be displayed to indicate your commitment to health, safety, productivity and the well-being of all building occupants.