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Product Incident Reports (Formerly Field Reports)
Forms for reporting discrepancies with UL/ULC listed products. If you observe a situation in which the ULC Mark or UL Mark has been applied in the field, the ULC/UL Mark is being misused, a company’s...
Code Authorities in Canada
A Quick find for authorities responsible for codes in Canada. Building, Plumbing and Fire Codes Responsibility for building regulation in Canada rests with the provinces and territories; each province and territory can adopt any code...
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Counterfeiting / Intellectual property crime remains a serious and growing issue in Canada and around the world. The World Intellectual Property Organization estimates that counterfeit goods account for hundreds of billions of dollars worldwide. Counterfeiting is not...
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