Clarion’s CEO to Present Courses on Product Safety and Liability

By Bethany Savage | 29th Apr 2015

Attention engineers, product safety personnel, paralegals, attorneys, and others with product safety-related responsibilities! We have news on two upcoming educational programs designed to assist organizations in enhancing their product safety and liability prevention activities. Both programs will contain up-to-date information on a wide range of topics from experts in the field. Clarion CEO, Geoffrey Peckham, will be one of the experts featured in each of the programs.

Keep reading, below, for dates and locations – and for where you can find the full course outlines, information on earning continuing education credits and enrollment details. We hope to see you there!

  • University of Wisconsin’s “Using Warnings and Instructions to Increase Safety and Reduce Liability” Course
    June 23-25, 2015
    Madison, Wisconsin

    Topics from Clarion will include: the ANSI Z535 standards for product safety signs and labels; international standards; U.S./international standards harmonization; durability considerations; and a warnings improvement workshop using attendees’ existing labels. Learn more about the course and enrollment details.

  • 11th Annual International Product Safety & Liability Prevention Association’s (IPSLP) Conference
    June 25-26, 2015
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    Topics from Clarion will include: on-product warnings and the shift towards international formats; failure to warn and inadequate warnings; the increased need to create global warnings; Canada Consumer Product Safety Act; ANSI, ISO and GHS symbol-based warning formats; and safety symbol standardization as a liability prevention tool. 

  • Want to preview Clarion’s safety expertise? View the Clarion video library to see our educational videos on topics like: Effective Safety Symbols, Signs and Labels; ANSI Standards in Safety Signs and Labels; ISO Symbols for Safety Signs and Labels; and Durability of Safety Signs, Labels, and Markings.