Since 1988, Product Safety Consulting has been providing product developers and manufacturers with expert advice and testing services, so they confidently secure product safety and regulatory compliance in the least time, and for the least expense. From consumer products to lighting fixtures, to motor controllers and medical devices, we have helped customers in over 35 countries obtain certifications for more than 3,000 products. We provide Product Safety Consulting and UL Testing for all types of products.
We have been working closely for over 20 years with all of the major Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratories (NRTL), such as Underwriters Laboratories, Intertek/ETL, the Canadian Standards Assocation (CSA), QPS, SGS, MET Labs, and many others. See Video Below:
Field Evaluations – If your product is already installed in the field, we can evaluate and test it in order to provide certification for a specific instance of installation, rather than certification for the entire production of a product, for compliance to the applicable requirements of the National Electric Code (NEC) and the relevant local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). If the product(s) is (are) in compliance, we will confirm with the inspector and issue a report. Depending on which NRTL is being used for certification, we can even apply a label to the product upon completion of our evaluation. See Video Below:
With an engineering team that has over 150 years of combined product design and compliance experience, we understand how difficult it can be to navigate the regulatory landscape. We collaborate closely with our customers – at any stage in the product development lifecycle – to help them understand how to meet the requirements of a given standard. In fact, most of our engineers are involved in writing them.
We have been working closely for over 20 years with all of the major Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratories (NRTL), such as Underwriters Laboratories, Intertek/ETL, the Canadian Standards Assocation (CSA), QPS, SGS, MET Labs, and many others. We understand the additional costs in time and money that are incurred when a product fails an evaluation or test. That is why we are committed to working with product designers to make sure that only passing are products submitted to an NRTL for certification.