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Podcast on OSHA Safety Sign Regulations with Clarion's CEO

Posted by Erin Earley on 21st Aug 2013

As we've shared here on the Clarion Safety Systems blog, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will be integrating the 2011 ANSI Z535 standards into its own safety sign and tag regulations.

Are you not familiar with this regulation change – or what it means for you and your organization? Learn more by listening in on the National Electrical Manufacturers Association's (NEMA) newest podcast, where Clarion's CEO, Geoffrey Peckham, is interviewed, sharing his expertise on the standards update and how it will effect employers.

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NEMA's NEMAcast podcast interview is available through NEMA's website and through Clarion's YouTube channel.

To learn more, read our news release on the podcast, or view our website's "Learning Center" page with information and resources to learn more about the OSHA change.

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