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Intertek scholarships encourage women in science, technology

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12/16/2013

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill.—Intertek is offering a new scholarship and internship program for undergraduates pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering and math, the company announced Dec. 12.

Intertek launches new educational website

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08/08/2013

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill.—Intertek, a third-party testing and certification company, recently launched a new microsite—PartnershipInSafety.com—to serve as an educational resource specially designed for state fire marshals, building inspectors, electrical inspectors and other authorities having jurisdiction (AHJs), the company announced this week.

Is your social media strategy up to par?

If it’s not, your bottom line and reputation could be suffering, experts tell a CSAA audience
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02/13/2013

YARMOUTH, Maine—Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Yelp.

If your alarm company isn’t familiar with these big hitters in social media, eventually it will be—whether you like it or not. The key is to embrace the tools that otherwise could be used against you, or at the very least used by your competition to profit at your expense.

UL, Intertek announce support for ASAP

The testing labs find the program to speed the delivery of alarm notifications meets national standards
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11/22/2011

CAMAS, Wash. and FAIRFIELD, N.J.—The monitoring industry’s Automated Secure Alarm Protocol (ASAP) got a big boost recently when Underwriters Laboratories and Intertek both announced that the new program meets the requirements of the National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code (NFPA 72).

Video monitoring firm Westec goes the extra mile with UL

Proprietary automation platform vetted
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09/09/2010

DALLAS—Westec Intelligent Surveillance, which earlier this year became one of the first interactive video surveillance companies to get behind new-to-security nationally recognized testing lab Intertek ETL, has taken the extra step of getting additional listings from UL, the company announced Sept. 1.