There's a great read from Exhibit City News with lighting expert Rob Cohen, vice president of sales and product development for Display Supply & Lighting Inc., who's also a licensed attorney in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Cohen discussed ECN's 7 essential safety questions, including what the different listings mean, safety claims of components versus complete products, and also this critical one:
Why should I really care if a product is listed with UL, ETL or CSA?
"Using products that are proven to be safe when used as intended would be important not just for the safety of our own customers, but for the safety of all of those participating in an event. Secondly, comes the concern of liability. If damage occurs from the use of a product that is not listed with UL, ETL or CSA, there is a significantly higher degree of negligence and potential liability."
Read the article on ECN - Q&A: Safety in lighting and electrical components. Moss is proud to lead in product safety and engineering. All lightboxes manfactured by Moss are ETL Listed in meeting UL standards for safety.
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All Moss Lightboxes are ETL Listed in meeting UL standards for safety.