UL EHS Sustainability Strengths, Domain Expertise, and Key Differentiators
UL EHS Sustainability is a division of UL, a global independent safety science company. UL EHS Sustainability empowers organizations to protect the well-being of workers, reduce risk, improve productivity, enhance compliance, and drive measurable business improvement through its PURE software platform.
UL EHS Sustainability Recent Developments
In November 2021, UL and the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA), the trusted industry association for the connected world, launched the SPIRE™ Smart Building Verified Assessment. SPIRE is a comprehensive evaluation for smart buildings that provides an overall UL Verified SPIRE Smart Building Rating, as well as a road map for recommended performance improvements.
To receive a UL’s Verified SPIRE Smart Building Rating, UL experts conduct an in-depth, on-site audit assessment of technologies and processes and follow-up with virtual meetings. The process focuses on six key, industry-driven building criteria categories that the full scope of smart building performance. These include power and energy, health and well-being, life and property safety, connectivity, cybersecurity and sustainability. After a successful assessment, a building receives a UL Verified SPIRE Smart Building Rating and a plaque that displays the overall building performance score, based on the building’s performance across the six criteria categories of the SPIRE smart building assessment framework.
In October 2019, UL PURE Learning partnered with AuditPass, an inspection logistics solutions firm, to support customers in regulated industries with an audit hosting management software to improve real-time inspection/audit communication and documentation tracking. The AuditPass SaaS platform helps reduce risk and common inspection obstacles, those regulated organizations face during the live auditing process.
In March 2018, UL EHS Sustainability presented the PURE Sustainability app. The new software package offers a quickly deployable, scalable version of "PURE Sustainability" right out of the box. UL's advisory experts streamlined a product that provides small and medium-sized businesses with the essential software modules they need to collect, track, and manage sustainability reporting information.
In 2018, UL EHS Sustainability unveiled a free software tool that will help streamline OSHA reporting requirements. The free online tool is built on the PureOHS platform, UL's proprietary software solution that streamlines the data management process.
With the new tool, users enter injury data once and receive outputs for all necessary forms required by OSHA.
UL EHS Sustainability Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) Activities
In July 2021, UL acquired a German-based Method Park. The deal fortifies UL’s expertise to help customers advance innovation safety, business transformation, and regulatory and standards compliance.
In May 2021, UL acquired solar analytics company Clear Sky Analytics’ proprietary software platform and related assets. Clear Sky Analytics co-founders Ajay Saproo and John Corson will also join UL. The proprietary software platform analyzes solar asset performance and provides prescriptive insights. With this acquisition UL expects to expand solar offerings and the overall depth of its solar and wind renewables expertise which includes advisory services across project life cycle and supply chain, from due diligence to project development, certification, testing and inspection, asset management and reporting.
UL EHS Sustainability Customers in ARTW Customer Database
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UL EHS Sustainability Overview
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Number of Employees: 420
Key Verticals: Aerospace and Defense, Automotive, Construction and Real Estate, Consumer Packaged Goods, Distribution, Government, Healthcare, Leisure and Hospitality, Manufacturing, Oil, Gas and Chemicals, Professional Services, Retail, Transportation, Utilites,
UL EHS Sustainability Key Enterprise and Cloud Applications
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UL EHS Sustainability Customers - Breakdown by Geo, Size, Vertical and Product
No. of UL EHS Sustainability Customers: 2000
No. of UL EHS Sustainability Enterprise Applications Customers: x
No. of UL EHS Sustainability Cloud Customers: x
No. of UL EHS Sustainability Cloud Subscribers: x
UL EHS Sustainability serves more than 2,000 organizations in over 20 major industries including manufacturing, healthcare, and construction & energy, provides over 700 online lessons, available in multiple languages to support native language training for all employees.
Among its Workplace Health and Safety, customers are Holt Cat, FedEx, Bunzl Distribution USA, Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated, Capital Safty, Stonetrust Insurance, Vanderbilt University, AECOM, Baptist Health, Carolinas HealthCare System, Essentia Health, Glendale Adventist Medical Center, Midwest Occupational Health Associates, Vidant Health, West Georgia Worx, WorkWell Occupational Medicine, Workforce Safety&Insurance, Amerex, Cummins Cumberland, FlowServe Corporation, HOLT Cat, Toromont Cat, T.D.Williamson, Santee Cooper and United Water.
UL EHS Sustainability Market Opportunities, M&A and Geo Expansions
In October 2021, UL signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Razer, a leading lifestyle brand for gamers. The MOU establishes a framework for a collaborative effort between UL and Razer to take definitive action toward achieving Razer’s fundamental circular economy goals.
In March 2021, UL and Fire TS Laboratory have announced a data acceptance agreement that establishes Fire TS Laboratory as a recognised test laboratory for testing and certification for UL’s Mark for Australia and New Zealand. Through the agreement, product evaluation data generated by Fire TS Laboratory will now be accepted for the issuance of UL’s product certification for Australia and New Zealand.
In April 2017, CDP, the founder and driver of global environmental, disclosed a strategic alliance with UL EHS Sustainability to develop its new sector-based reporting platform as part of its "Reimagining disclosure" initiative.
The new platform will help ensure more comprehensive reporting for companies, investors and cities for enhanced peer-to-peer comparison and decision-making. With the global demand for better, more accurate and faster disclosure, the fully integrated PURE software system will enable disclosers to assess more clearly how they are transitioning to a low carbon economy.
UL EHS Sustainability Risks and Challenges
PureSafety's future rests with the parent company's plan to extend its technology footprint.
UL EHS Sustainability Ecosystem, Partners, Resellers and SI
In October 2021, UL extend its global footprint with New Laboratory in Querétaro, Mexico in mid-2022. The facility, 221 kilometres (137 miles) northwest of Mexico City, will be one of the first multi-national testing and engineering labs to open in Mexico and will test for product safety and performance for the Mexico market and export to the United States, Canada and countries throughout Latin America.
In October 2021, UL officially opened a cables fire safety and performance laboratory. The facility, located in the Industrial City of Abu Dhabi (ICAD), allows manufacturers, brands and suppliers of electrical and optical cables and busways from throughout the Middle East to access a local laboratory for fire safety. Staffed with UL’s industry-leading experts and designed to test flame-retardant and fire-resistant cables, fire alarm cables, building wires with fire resistance ratings, fibre optic component cables with fire resistance ratings and busways, the new fire safety laboratory will accommodate tests to multiple standards for flame retardant and fire resistance properties.
UL serves clients in more than 100 countries. In June 2018, CDP Software named UL as a Gold-level Partner. The same year UL and TK’Blue partnered, with a purpose to deliver more comprehensive solutions for European companies which are transitioning to a low carbon economy.
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