- Although many UL product evaluations vary, there is a specific structure that you can count on during a UL Mark Evaluation. The diagram below demonstrates the typical process for obtaining authorization to use the UL Mark.
- Watch the video for UL Furniture's Center of Excellence grand opening in Holland, MI, which took place on September 2, 2015. The video includes footage from inside our furniture testing lab as well as interviews and opening remarks from UL.
- This UL white paper discusses the general safety issues related to displays used in retail and commercial settings, and the importance of selecting displays that have been evaluated and certified for their intended use.
- On Tuesday, October 26th, UL Furniture & Bedding conducted a webinar to provide manufacturers, suppliers and retailers information on when and where a UL Mark is required, the UL Standards that the Furniture and Furnishings division conducts tests for, common requirements from OSHA, Authorities Having Jurisdiction, and the National Electric Code and more.
Join speakers from UL, BIFMA and the GSA for a presentation called “Acing the Test Report: Test Report Standardization and Transparency,” which will be presented at NeoCon East in Philadelphia. Stefania Crum of GSA, Dave Panning of BIFMA, and Doug Woodard of UL will discuss how variations in testing, reports and product names can present specifiers with challenges to ensure products have met requirements. Join the group for a panel discussion on the importance of test report standardization and transparency in testing. Sign up for the presentation here.
When:Thursday, October 29, at 1 p.m.
Where:The Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA