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OSHA's New 2013 Sign Regulations Are Here!

Posted by Erin Earley | 23rd Oct 2013

We have exciting news to share when it comes to improving workplace safety: the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has updated its regulations on signs and tags, a workplace safety issue championed here at Clarion Safety Systems.

OSHA's regulations now integrate the new ANSI Z535 (2011) safety sign and tag technology – technology that better communicates safety in today's workplaces.

OSHA 2013 Safety Sign - Clarion

To learn more about this regulation change, and how it effects workplace safety in the U.S., Clarion has a number of resources and information available:

  • Clarion's Learning Center provides information on understanding what the update means for today's workplaces, including an Issue Brief and FAQs.
  • Clarion's October 2013 InCompliance Magazine column, authored by Clarion CEO, Geoffrey Peckham, explains the impact of the change, and how it is raising the bar for safety communication.
  • NEMA's podcast interview explores the regulation change with expertise from Clarion CEO, Geoffrey Peckham.
  • Clarion's Resource Guide on workplace safety signs, labels, and tags provides information on updating your safety signage to today's best practices.

Do you or your safety team have questions? At Clarion, we're ready to make the OSHA changeover process easy for you! Contact us today.

Online Quote Request Options

Need a quote for our sign, label and tag products? Our customer service team is standing by to hear from you via phone, online chat or email! For your convenience, we also have two options you can use to submit your request quickly and easily online:

Option 1: Cart-to-quote Tool

Generate a quote for all of the items in your shopping cart. Simply add items to your online shopping cart and then click the "Get Quote for Cart Items" button in the cart preview dropdown or at the bottom of the cart page.

This option works great for both standard and custom products that are available for purchase on our website.

Option 2: Quote Request Form

Request a quote by typing in the product part number(s) or a description of the custom part(s). You can also upload RFQ-related documentation, such as a drawings and specification sheets.

This option works great for products not available for purchase on our website and for complex quotes.