While many products used in building construction are tested and certified in accordance with specific standards, individual safety certifications are not always enough to determine full compliance with the intent of code based requirements, such as the International Building Code (IBC) and International Mechanical Code (IMC). Learn what an UL Evaluation Report is, when the Evaluation Report is needed and how UL provides code authorities, architects, designers, contractors and specifies with critical technical information and guidance through the issuance of UL Evaluation Reports.
Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to:
- Define a UL Evaluation Report and recognize when it is needed
- Identify the criteria used for UL Evaluation Reports
- Describe UL’s qualifications to deliver Evaluation Services
- Describe the Evaluation Report submittal process and maintenance requirements
- Identify UL’s outreach activities for acceptance of UL Evaluation Reports by Code Officials, architects and specifiers
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