While the evolving COVID-19 pandemic presents new challenges, UL remains open for business and is committed to serving client needs. UL has put into place modified working arrangements under guidance from public health officials to help keep our employees, customers and communities safe as we continue to deliver essential services.
The rapidly emerging demands and evolving conditions of today’s business environment call for exceptional support from advisory services to remote witnessed testing and temporary field hospital inspections. In order to help businesses continue to operate, UL offers new resources and services:
Full suite of solutions to help maintain safe and healthy environments and operations
UL’s comprehensive services can help companies respond to COVID-19 by addressing infectious disease control, emergency response planning, employee health monitoring and COVID-19 reporting, and facility checks to prepare businesses to reopen after the pandemic has passed. Learn more.
UL offers a complete range of services to support manufacturers who are adapting their processes and factories to meet new extraordinary needs. UL’s experts can review plans, perform on-site evaluations to verify compliance and conduct vital checks for critical safety issues as machinery is retooled and manipulated. Read more
COVID-19 regulatory updates for product certification
A new page has been created on UL.com to provide real-time updates and help manufacturing customers better manage product certifications and approvals. This page provides information about certifications and renewal acceptance; regulatory deviations, exceptions or extensions; and information about smaller markets and specific certification status. Find out more
Use of remote technology to support the UL Data Acceptance Program (DAP)
The Data Acceptance Program (DAP) and Client Test Facility (CTF) program provide a means to accept externally generated test data in support of many certifications, including the UL Mark. UL has temporarily amended some program requirements to allow the use of remote technology. Learn more
Free document access to 23 UL Standards helpful against COVID-19
Underwriters Laboratories, UL’s nonprofit affiliate, identified 23 of its Standards that can help to fight COVID-19. Learn more, including how to access the documents for free, at UL.org.
For a complete overview of UL’s response to COVID-19, visit UL’s COVID-19 support services page