Suitability and Compliance of Marking and Labeling Systems on UL Certified Products


This online course provides an overview of labels that bear safety-related information, standards that address permanence of marking, the testing and evaluation criteria within those standards, and the tools to source compliant marking and labeling systems. Specific recommendations for product manufacturers, label converters, and printers are also provided.

Course Topics:

  • Purpose of safety-related information on electrical products and equipment
  • Standards that address permanence of marking requirements, including UL 969 overview
  • Detailed review of the marking and labeling evaluation process:
  • Construction examination
  • Environmental conditioning
  • Testing for permanency
  • UL component certification program overview
  • Individual component listings, also known “yellow cards”
  • Recommendations for OEMs
  • Recommendations for Label Converters and Printers


Upon completion of the course, learners should be able to:

  • Explain the purpose safety-related marking and labeling systems for electrical products and equipment
  • Identify the key requirements of UL 969 and C22.2 No. 0.15
  • Understand the process for environmental condition testing and evaluation of labels
  • Identify and explain the four tests associated with testing for permanency
  • Identify the key standards for products sold in non-U.S. markets
  • Explain the key concepts related to traceability
  • Explain the UL component certification program features
  • Understand the different marking and labeling system categories and category codes
  • Explain the purpose of yellow cards and the conditions of acceptability
  • Identify the marking and labeling system recommendations for OEMs
  • Identify the marking and labeling system recommendations for Label Converters and Printers
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Time Requirement


Web-Based 60 minutes $49.00

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