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Working with other researchers, applies fire protection engineering knowledge with the goal of improving fire safety. Assists in initiating the development, execution and implementation of fire safety research projects.
Working at Underwriters Laboratories is an exciting journey that twists and turns daily. We thrive in the twists and revel in the turns. This is our every day. This is our normal.
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