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ULC Evaluations Report Services – Recorded Webinar


Description

ULC Evaluation Report Service is specifically geared to the requirements of the Canadian National Codes, to assist Regulatory Authorities in determining suitability and compliance of existing, new or innovative products, materials and systems for use in Canada. If a material doesn’t demonstrate conformance with the applicable building codes, it can delay getting a product into the market. ULC’s Evaluation Reports help to bridge this gap by providing performance requirements for new and innovative construction materials and assemblies. ULC has the knowledge and experience of building materials to allow our customers to demonstrate building code conformance. This webinar will provide an in-depth discussion on ULC Evaluation Reports, the variety of services UL offers for evaluation reports, and key benefits to working with ULC to produce your evaluation report.

Objectives

  • Understand what an Evaluation Report
  • Describe the different types of Evaluation Reports
  • Explain How to Obtain & Maintain a ULC Evaluation Report

Target Audience

This course is applicable to multiple roles and levels in an organization including, but not limited to:

  • Engineers
  • Code Officials
  • Manufacturers & Designers

Presenter Biography:

Beny Spensieri, UL Staff Engineer

Beny is a Staff Engineer at UL Toronto.  He has 19 years of experience working at UL in a variety of fire testing ranging from surface burning characteristics to fire resistance. In addition to fire testing, Beny also has experience working on evaluating physical properties of insulation materials and sits on the S700 standards committee. Beny has a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Toronto. Over the past two years, Beny has been involved in building the ULC Evaluation Report program.
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Web-Based 30 minutes Free
 









 
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