Effective May, 14, 2020, the NOM-001 waiver at point of entry that let many B2B products, including small appliances, electronics, energy and power technology, WIFI and Bluetooth will no longer be in effect unless Mexico postpones its implementation. These products will now have to meet the NOM-001 certification requirements before they are shipped to Mexico or they will be denied sale in Mexico. UL can help you learn the latest status on NOM-001 and other regulations and what options you have for compliance certification. UL can also identify if the new regulations apply to your product, if your product is already in compliance with other equivalency agreements or exemptions, or if you will need to start the new certification process.
Don’t get locked out of the Mexico market. Let UL guide you through the new latest news about the status of NOM-001 and other compliance regulations to help make the certification process quick and easy.
During this webinar, attendees will learn:
- About new regulations and standards that are coming soon
- How to get a gap analysis and/or updated documents
- The June 3, 2019 importation changes
- Insights on the regulatory landscape: safety, energy efficiency and wireless requirements
- The most recent updates and alternatives for consumer electronics to access the market
- How the pandemic may affect NOM-001-SCFI-2018 implementation and potential access solutions
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