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New Safety Requirements for Low GWP Refrigerants

27th April 2020 In support of the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol and the Paris Climate Agreement and to promote efforts to reduce global warming, a coalition of US state governors has formed the US Climate Alliance. The Alliance’s goal is to demonstrate leadership by advancing responsible climate... 

Defining Sustainability in Business as a New Decade Dawns

20th April 2020 Companies are making some meaningful progress in their pursuit of sustainability. Explore the current landscape and next steps to help define sustainability's role in your business. A multitude of reports show that companies are digging in and making progress when it comes to sustainability. All... 

Futuristic Approaches to Iterative Testing Grow with Autonomous Systems Innovation

13th April 2020 With road conditions always changing, autonomous software must be capable of handling even the rarest and most extreme situations to operate safely. Comprehensive testing is needed to give assurance that the systems work to build consumer trust in autonomous technologies. The advent of autonomous... 

UL Offers Hand Sanitizer Safety Data Sheets at No Charge

8th April 2020 In response to the global shortage, local businesses are manufacturing hand sanitizers for the very first time. UL is offering free Safety Data Sheets required for the production and shipment of these products. Businesses all over the world are beginning to manufacture hand sanitizers to meet the... 

Workplace health and safety in the age of coronavirus

7th April 2020 So, coronavirus is here. Coronaviruses are a family of viruses that typically cause mild colds. They are nothing new and are year-round ailments, although like most cold/cough viruses, they tend to make themselves known in the winter. COVID-19 is a novel, or new, strain of coronavirus. That means... 

Why Functional Safety Matters in Renewable Energy Applications

6th April 2020 We’ve all been there. You’ve purchased a children’s toy with embedded electronics and it suddenly stops working. No matter what you try – turn it off and on again, replace the battery – that product won’t come back to life. It’s broken. “They don’t make them like they used to,” you might utter in... 
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