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Seminar: Improve Your Product Safety Knowledge

Posted by Clarion Safety Systems | 16th Jun 2017

It’s product safety seminar time! Each year, we join a team of product safety, liability and risk experts to instruct an educational program, Using Warnings and Instructions to Increase Safety and Reduce Liability,” at the University of Wisconsin – Madison.

As part of the university’s advanced products courses and offered through the Department of Engineering Professional Development, the seminar is designed specifically for product safety and risk management professionals, engineers and technical writers. This is your opportunity to enhance your product safety knowledge and earn continuing education credit hours (PDHs or CEUs).

This year’s seminar takes place next week, June 20-22, 2017 at the Pyle Center in Madison, WI. Our founder, Geoffrey Peckham, and our Director of Facility Safety Products, Derek Eversdyke, will be presenting a session focused on today’s best practices in  product safety labeling, including segments on:

  • The ANSI Z535 standards
  • International standards
  • U.S./international standard harmonization
  • Durability considerations
  • Team-based workshop

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We hope to see you in Madison! If you’re not able to attend this year, sign-up for updates on the  university’s website to stay informed on upcoming product safety and liability courses.

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