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UL Helps Advance Vaccination Storage Technologies with New World Health Organization Accreditation

With an anticipated surge in the need for vaccine storage in preparation for COVID-19 vaccination release, World Health Organization accredited testing will help refrigeration OEMs ensure refrigeration reliability and temperature consistency impacting overall vaccine efficacy.
BENGALURU, India, July 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- UL, a leading global safety science company, has announced that its Refrigeration Laboratory in Gurugram, India, has received World Health Organization (WHO) accreditation as a designated third-party testing laboratory for refrigeration equipment used for the storage of vaccines. This includes cold rooms, freezer rooms, solar-powered refrigerators and freezers, coolant-packs and related equipment. In addition, the WHO accreditation allows UL to carry out full quality assurance testing – on-site installation and commissioning – of cold room, freezer room and related equipment and coolants.
The accreditation for UL is part of WHO's Performance, Quality and Safety (PQS) process. PQS prequalifies products and devices in order that WHO member states and United Nations purchasing agencies help assure of their suitability for use in immunization programs. Before a product or device can be added to the PQS database, it must be tested. Verification testing establishes whether a specific product from a specific manufacturer satisfies the requirements of relevant PQS performance specification. With WHO accreditation, UL will now be carrying out these tests to verify performance, quality and safety. UL received the PQS accreditation for refrigeration equipment and devices after demonstrating to WHO officials the UL Refrigeration Laboratory's conformity capabilities to appropriate internationally or nationally accepted standards or codes of practice.
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