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October 16, 2019 | Webinar

Join UL experts for this COMPLIMENTARY webinar to learn more about ULC’s Electrical Field Evaluation program.

Wednesday, October 16, 2019 | 1:00PM – 2:00PM (EDT)

The ULC Field Evaluation service for electrical products in Canada provides manufacturers, importers, and end users with a quick and economical means for achieving electrical safety approval of equipment in order to comply with the safety requirements of the Canadian Electrical Code.

If electrical equipment does not have electrical safety approval it may not be permitted to be installed or used within Canada, which can cause costly delays for customers. The ULC Field Evaluation service for electrical products helps avoid this situation by providing fast onsite evaluation and test services to verify compliance to the applicable requirements and approval labelling of electrical equipment on the spot! ULC has the knowledge and experience to provide the best on site Field Evaluation services to allow customers to have their electrical equipment quickly and professionally evaluated, tested, and approved.

Please join us as we provide an in-depth discussion of the ULC Field Evaluation service for electrical products and the key benefits of working with ULC to have your electrical equipment approved.

Key learnings from this webinar:

  • What is ULC Field Evaluation
  • What types of equipment can be Field Evaluated
  • The steps to a successful Field Evaluation approval
  • The SPE-1000 model code for the field evaluation or electrical equipment
  • The benefits of working with ULC to deliver Field Evaluation services
  • UL offerings and services

Your Speaker

Lee Rogers – Technical Lead, ULC Field Evaluation Program for Electrical Equipment

  • 33 years of experience in the electrical safety approval field
  • Career employment includes ULC, CSA, Siemens, AB Sciex
  • Deep knowledge and experience in Canadian Electrical Code Part 1 and Part 2 specific equipment standards across a wide range of electrical equipment.
  • Graduate of Ryerson University – Electrical Engineering