MET Labs at IAEI Section Meetings

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First Stop:

Southwestern Section Meeting Tuscon, AZ

Meet us at the 2016 IAEI Section Meetings!

With the start of of the first IAEI section meeting this August, the networking season for the electrical industry is now in full swing.

Each year, the regional meetings of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors (IAEI) provide unique opportunities for code authorities and MET Laboratories to meet face-to-face, discuss any electrical or UL-related issues, and converse on the latest developments in the testing and certification field.

For years MET Laboratories has proudly supported the International Association of Electrical Inspectors and attends its section meetings each year to engage in open exchange between the electrical inspection community and provide support to all stakeholders in the inspection industry.

Take advantage of a unique opportunity to get your questions answered face-to-face by MET team members, explore updates on MET’s FEB program, learn inspection tips, receive giveaways and more by attending one of the upcoming International Association of Electrical Inspectors section meetings!

Upcoming Section Meetings

MET Listing, Classification and Field Evaluation Information

MET has been certifying, listing, and labeling products for electrical product safety for more than 40 years. In that time, MET has certified thousands of products for compliance to electrical safety standards. This translates into literally millions of products sold in the U.S. and Canada labeled with the MET Mark.  MET is qualified to NRTL certify products in over 180 UL Standard categories and can test to an additional 230+ standards for the U.S. market.  For Canada, MET maintains a wide scope of SCC accreditation.

Here is how MET responds to a field inspection request:

1. We take your call or quickly respond to your email.

2. The Authority Having Jurisdiction is notified.

3. The field evaluation is performed on equipment to assess the hazards in accordance with the U.S. standard or the Canadian standard for the specific category of equipment.

4. MET will explain what modifications are needed – if any – to bring the equipment into compliance with the inspection requirements.

5. Once the equipment is determined to be compliant with the requirements, the final report will be issued quickly.

6. A copy of the inspection report is provided to the AHJ for the necessary approval in accordance with the requirement of the N.E.C./C.E.C.

7. A serialized MET label is affixed to the equipment after it is determined the product complies with the standard.