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Join Us in Welcoming Our New CEO!

It’s an exciting time here in Milford, PA: we’re welcoming a new CEO to our team! We’d like to introduce you to Ron Crawford, who will lead the way for a new chapter for Clarion Safety Systems as we build on our leadership and innovation in the safety industry. Clarion is where we are today – experts [...]

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ISO 45001 Standard Pushes Forward

After four years in the making, ISO 45001 is likely in its home stretch. This much-anticipated, first global standard for occupational health and safety management systems continued to move forward following an international meeting in Malaysia at the end of last month. At the meeting – held by the committee in charge of ISO 45001, ISO/PC 283, and [...]

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Safety Sign Symbols Decoded

Have you ever felt like you know what a symbol means but you don’t know exactly how you came to that understanding? That’s not unusual. The “vocabulary” of symbol design is based a lot on principles that, when used well, create images that we easily recognize and understand. Fundamentals of Good Design At the root of great [...]

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New Website Addition: Easily Find Our Services

You know Clarion for our best practices product safety labels, workplace safety signs, and water safety signs. Do you know that we also have a number of exclusive services to benefit your product or ordering process?With your convenience in mind, we recently added a new “Services” section on our website’s main menu, so you can [...]

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Are Your Safety Labels Best Practice?

Safety labels can play a key role in preventing injuries and saving lives. They’re a critical part of the overall safety of products and equipment. To design the most effective safety label possible, you need to consider complex items like: The type of content to go on the label, including symbols which bring a higher degree of effectiveness [...]

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ISO 45001 Takes Another Step Forward

ISO 45001, the highly anticipated first global standard for occupational health and safety (OH&S) management systems, recently took another important step forward: the second version of its draft international standard has been approved to proceed to its next stage. The next step in the standard’s development process is a meeting of the ISO 45001 project [...]

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Clarion’s Distinct Take on Being a Safety Sign Company

A safety sign is a safety sign is a safety sign. Not true. Clarion’s existence is predicated on just the opposite conclusion. Not all safety signs are created equal. You might think this is not a subject worth talking (or reading) about, but in very real terms, it could mean the difference between life and death [...]

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Just for You: New Safety Label and Sign Shopping Feature!

Have you tried our new search functionality in our safety label, safety sign and water safety sign catalog? With your shopping experience in mind, we recently overhauled our search technology – and that means it’s now even easier to locate the specific products you need! How does it work? When you visit our online catalog, you’ll see that our search [...]

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Case Study: Solving Pool Safety Challenges

Safety signs are a critical part of keeping your swimmers safe and fulfilling your legal duty to warn. But, most signs in use today are inadequate. Text-only messages and long rule lists bury important information. To be an effective layer of protection, signs have to be seen and understood.  Here’s a recent story we’d like to [...]

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Are Your Patrons at Risk of Shallow Water Blackout?

Summer is officially here. If you’re an aquatic manager or owner – whether your responsibility is at a community pool, hotel or resort – it’s a busy time of year. When it comes to reducing risk at your facility and keeping your patrons safe, it’s important to be aware of a little-known danger: shallow water [...]

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