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Clarion and ASSE Safety 2012

Posted by Erin Earley on 29th May 2012

As part of our longstanding partnership with the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), here at Clarion, we're pleased to share the news of our sponsorship and participation in ASSE's Safety 2012 Professional Development Conference and Exposition, held June 3 – 6 in Denver, CO.

We're looking forward to talking with ASSE professionals to learn about their work, their hazards, and the ways we can use Clarion expertise in semiotics – the science of how signs and symbols communicate – to help set the new benchmark for safety sign systems across different industries.

Will you be attending Safety 2012? Here are a few of the ways that you can connect with Clarion:

Safety SemioticsASSE Exposition: See Clarion in booth #932 from June 3-5. Learn about the power of safety semiotics and how it can reduce risk and protect people. We'll also be providing resources on understanding OSHA's adoption of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).

Clarion Sponsored Luncheon: On Monday, June 4 Clarion is the luncheon sponsor for the Safety 2012 attendees, where they will see a three minute video on "The Power of Safety Semiotics" and how intelligently applied safety communication can make a difference to reduce accidental injuries and deaths.

ASSE Educational Session: Learn about "A New Era in Visual Safety Communications: ANSI Z535.2-2011" at Educational Session #667, on Tuesday, June 5 from 3:00 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. Presented by: Tom Bresnahan, CSP, Bresnahan Consulting, Associates, ASSE Society Fellow; Ann Minzner Conley, CSP, Chubb & Son, Inc.; Geoffrey Peckham, Clarion Safety Systems, Chair – ANSI Z535 Committee.

Here's to a successful Safety 2012, and working together to achieve our common goal – keeping people safe!

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