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Clarion’s CEO to Present Course on Symbols and Product Warnings

Posted by Bethany Savage | 12th Aug 2015

Symbols Graphic for Product Safety Labels

Do you have product safety-related responsibilities? Whether you’re a design engineer, risk management professional or attorney, we have news on an upcoming educational program designed to assist organizations in enhancing their product safety and liability prevention activities.

The University of Wisconsin will be offering its 27th Annual Product Liability Conference this September 22 – 24 in Madison, Wisconsin.

The program contains up-to-date information on a wide range of topics from practicing professionals and leaders in the field of product safety. Clarion CEO, Geoffrey Peckham, will be one of the experts featured.

He’ll present a lecture on “The Increasingly Significant Role of Symbols on Product Warning Labels.” Topics to be discussed include:

  • ANSI Z535.4 then and now
  • ISO symbol standardization moves forward
  • Hazard description AND hazard avoidance information in symbolic form
  • The future integration of product labeling and facility safety sign systems

For more details on the course, enrollment and earning continuing education credits, visit the  University of Wisconsin’s website. We hope to see you there!

And, for a first look at some key information on product warnings and symbols, view the  Clarion video library to see our educational videos on topics like ANSI Standards in Safety Signs and Labels and ISO Symbols for Safety Signs and Labels.

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