Underwriters Laboratories (UL) & Its Services
"Geha Engineering Conducting UL Inspection Services
Laboratories Inc. (UL) is an independent, not-for-profit,
product safety testing and certification organization.
UL has tested products for public safety for more
than a century. Each year, more than 15 billion
UL Marks are applied to products worldwide.
Since its foundation in 1894, UL has held the undisputed
reputation as the leader in U.S product safety and
certification. UL is becoming one of the most recognized,
reputable conformity assessment providers in the world.
Today, UL services extend to helping companies achieve
global acceptance, whether it is an electrical device,
a programmable system, safety issues or a company's
has five testing laboratories in the United States
and subsidiaries in Mexico, Denmark, England, Italy,
India, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Japan. UL
also has numerous Inspection Centers located throughout
As of Feb 2, 2000, UL has assigned Geha Engineering
as its "Inspection Center" in Lebanon to
conduct "Follow up Services" for local manufacturer's
holding the UL Mark.
FOLLOW-UP SERVICES - This important part of UL's certification program protects and controls the use of the UL Mark. Each month, UL field representative in Lebanon (Geha Engineering) visits factories holding UL Mark on their product to observe, inspect and select samples to countercheck that products continue to meet UL requirements. This comprehensive program helps maintain the integrity of the UL Mark.
INTEGRITY - UL's experience and the methods employed for over 100 years along with close and cooperative contact with manufacturers, inspection authorities, consumers and others, have resulted in widespread acceptance of UL's Standards, recommendations and findings. Most insurance underwriters, federal, and municipal authorities, architects, building owners and engineers request the UL Mark.
BROAD INVOLVEMENT - UL's professionals are actively involved with industry, government agencies, federal, and municipal authorities and consumers, providing knowledge and receiving feedback about UL's requirements. UL participates on all twenty National electrical Code® development panels and on various international organizations like the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).
For more information on UL Services, UL Standards, or how to submit your product, please visit UL Web Site at www.ul.com
or contact our Inspection Center in Lebanon at 01-689681, 03-376016