Decoding the UL Standards and Code Requirements for Healthcare Outlet Assemblies
With the recent advent of UL 2930 requirements, there is now a listing of power strips that are suitable for patient care vicinities. But do you know what these requirements really mean for healthcare outlet assemblies, or how a power strip becomes UL Listed? Join Hubbell and Graybar for a webinar where we’ll clear up market confusion regarding the use of multi-outlet plug strips in patient care vicinities.
- The Center for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) requirements for use of power strips in patient care and critical care areas of healthcare facilities
- The UL standards and common misconceptions regarding these standards
- The differences between the various Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratories (NRTL)
- A market overview of product solutions
- An update on recent National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) code requirements for these applications
Vice President, Commercial Product Development
John McFarland 25 year Hubbell employee holding various positions in sales and marketing over that tenure. Undergraduate degree from Rochester Institute of Technology, Graduate degree from University of Connecticut.
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