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Product Safety and Liability Prevention Conference Features Course on Safety Labeling

Posted by Erin Earley | 5th May 2013

Here's some news for all those interested in product safety and liability prevention:

The International Product Safety & Liability Prevention (IPSLP) Association is offering an educational program in Chicago, Illinois from June 20 – 21. The 2-day course, " The 9th Annual Midwest Product Safety & Liability Prevention Conference", is designed to provide practical information to assist organizations in making their products safer to use and avoid liability. Clarion CEO and Director of Research and Development Geoffrey Peckham will be one of the experts featured in the program. In the June 20 session, he'll share safety communication experience and standards expertise to present on the new era in product safety labeling. Topics will include:

  • Designing product warnings that meet the latest ANSI & ISO standards
  • Using the new global language for safety: graphical symbols
  • Safety label standards harmonization whats happened and whats on the horizon

View the IPSLP Association's website for the full conference information and enrollment details.

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.

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