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Professional Safety Magazine Asks Geoffrey Peckham

Posted by Erin Earley on 30th Sep 2012

How do safety signs and sign systems give safety, health and environmental professionals an opportunity to elevate the culture of safety within an organization? How can the new safety sign standards be used to help work toward the common goal of ‘zero harm?’ What does GHS mean for workplace safety communication?

Find answers to these questions – and more – in the latest issue of Professional Safety, the journal of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE). The magazine offers articles that deliver cutting-edge information, lessons learned and practical guidance from practioners in the SH&E profession. And in this issue, Clarion CEO Geoffrey Peckham is interviewed in the “ PS Asks” column, giving insight on visual safety communications, semiotics, and best practice standards. Read the article to learn more – and comment below to share your thoughts on safety.

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