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Product Liability Conference at the University of Wisconsin

Posted by Bethany Stadelmann | 11th Sep 2014

Are you looking for up-to-date information that will help to improve product safety techniques and minimize your company's product liability exposure?

If so, the 26th Annual Product Liability Conference is an exciting course being held this September in Madison, WI that you won't want to miss!

Offered by the University of Wisconsin-Madison – a leader in product safety and liability prevention programming – the conference is aimed towards engineers, product safety personnel, paralegals, attorneys and others with product safety-related responsibilities.

Instructors are practicing professionals who will provide insight to enhance your product safety decision-making. Clarion CEO Geoffrey Peckham will be one of the experts featured in the program. In the September 24 session, he'll share safety communication experience and standards expertise to present on product safety labeling and effective warnings. Topics will include:

  • Using risk assessment and hazard identification to develop warnings content during product design
  • Use of ANSI Z535 and ISO standards for domestic and export markets
  • Symbols, translations, and new formatting ideas to meet various market requirements
  • Keeping your warnings current: case law, standards, and accident histories

Visit the University of Wisconsin's website for the full course outline, information on earning continuing education credits and enrollment.

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