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ANSI, ISO and New Global Markets

Posted by Bethany Savage | 20th Oct 2015

How has the development of product safety label standards helped manufacturers to reduce risk – AND expand global markets?

Read our CEO Geoffrey Peckham’s  article in the National Electrical Manufacturers Association’s (NEMA) latest electroindustry (ei) magazine.

NEMA’s ei magazine features new reports from Capitol Hill, what’s happening in the world of standards, and industry news. We’re proud to be a part of the October issue, which focuses on standards and the marketplace.

Our CEO uses his  expertise (as chair of both the ANSI Z535 Committee for Safety Signs and Colors and the U.S. Technical Advisory Group to ISO Technical Committee 145 – Graphical Symbols) to explain the impact of the development and publication of the ANSI Z535.4 Standard for Product Safety Signs and Labels in 1991 and of ISO 3864-2 Graphical symbols – Safety colours and safety signs – Part 2: Design principles for product safety labels in 2004.

NEMA Article Snapshot

Head to  NEMA’s website to read the October issue of ei magazine.

And, to learn more about the latest developments in product safety labeling, keep in mind that you can visit our online safety sign and product safety label  Learning Center and video library.

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