ISO 3864-2 and the Need for a Harmonized System of Product Safety Labels

By Bethany Savage | 28th Sep 2015

NEMA

The international standard for product safety labels, ISO 3864-2 Graphical symbols – Safety colours and safety signs – Part 2: Design principles for product safety labels, published in 2004, codified a global set of best practice, symbol-based product safety label formats to communicate safety to international audiences.

In the second part of a new podcast series with NEMA, Clarion’s CEO Geoffrey Peckham, and chair of the U.S. TAG to ISO/TC 145 – Graphical Symbols, discusses what triggered the need for the international standard and explains its harmonization with ANSI Z535.4.

NEMA Electroindustry Podcast

You can listen in on the  NEMAcast website or on Clarion’s company YouTube channel.

We hope you’ve enjoyed this two-part podcast series on ANSI Z535.4 and ISO 3864-2 – and how their development and harmonization opens new global markets.

Remember, for more expert insight from Clarion, you can visit Clarion’s online safety sign and product safety label  Learning Center or our video library.