Recorded Wednesday, May 16- Presented by Trinseo
Presented by Trinseo, join us, and our guest speaker John Allen, president of Product Safety Consulting, live on Tuesday, May 16 from 2:00 to 3:00 EST as we discuss the importance of selecting materials during the design phase of a lighting application project to improve the likelihood of regulatory compliance of the end product, e.g. UL, NRTL, CSA, MET Labs and CEN certification. The webinar provides an overview of global requirements, the product regulatory compliance process, and the non-compliance pitfalls that manufacturers need to address upfront during the design phase.
The goal is successful certification “the first time” which impacts:
* Timeliness of product launch
* Product development process
* Acceptance of product in the marketplace
* Overall profitability
Plastics have emerged as an important material for various parts and components in a luminaire. Learn the regulatory requirements now to be sure you’re designing with a material that will pass.
Since 1988, Product Safety Consulting, Inc., has provided product developers and manufacturers in over 3,000 companies and 35 countries with expert advice and testing services so they confidently secure product safety and regulatory compliance in the least amount of time and expense.
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