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UL Standards & Engagement Employees Reflect: Why Standards Matter


UL Standards & Engagement asked more than 200 of its employees from across the globe about why they do what they do, and why standards matter.

Among the reflections: "Standards are the key to a common understanding of how to meet and solve technical challenges. That is why common international standards are important, as a language we can share," said Jørgen Bruus-Jensen, staff engineer, Standards International, Denmark. And, “They keep you safe... even when no one is watching,” noted Sarah Brooks, director of standards operations, standards leadership, Raleigh, North Carolina.

ULSE’s “Impact of Standards” is part of its Standards Matter initiatives page that highlights the importance of standards an standards development. Read more in ULSE’s “Standards Matter Because” post.

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