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Vision Plus Takes Place This Fall – and We’re a Part of It!

We’re excited to announce: our CEO Geoffrey Peckham has been selected to present at  Vision Plus 2015, an international interdisciplinary symposium taking place September 3 and 4 in Birmingham, England. His lecture, “ISO Symbols: The Key to Global Safety Communication,” will share insight on the visual communication of safety information – his  life’s work. The presentation will show [...]

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Safety Decisions Magazine Features Insight from Clarion on Machine Safety Labeling

Looking for more ways to stay up-to-date on the latest key safety and compliance issues? BLR's new Safety Decisions Magazine provides safety decision makers with a fresh look at strategic issues in today’s ever-changing business arena.Not to be missed: the Summer/Fall issue features a guest column from Clarion’s CEO, Geoffrey Peckham. The article, “Machine Safety Labeling in [...]

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Clarion’s CEO to Present Course on Symbols and Product Warnings

Do you have product safety-related responsibilities? Whether you’re a design engineer, risk management professional or attorney, we have news on an upcoming educational program designed to assist organizations in enhancing their product safety and liability prevention activities. The University of Wisconsin will be offering its 27th Annual Product Liability Conference this September 22 – 24 in [...]

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Best Practices for Symbols: New Clarion Article!

Looking for more information on how labels can be used to effectively convey safety messages for your products or electrical equipment?Then you won’t want to miss NEMA’s latest eiXtra e-newsletter. This month, our partners in safety at NEMA, the trade association for the electrical manufacturing industry, have featured an article from Clarion, “Effective Product Safety [...]

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Clarion’s CEO to Present Courses on Product Safety and Liability

Attention engineers, product safety personnel, paralegals, attorneys, and others with product safety-related responsibilities! We have news on two upcoming educational programs designed to assist organizations in enhancing their product safety and liability prevention activities. Both programs will contain up-to-date information on a wide range of topics from experts in the field. Clarion CEO, Geoffrey Peckham, [...]

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Understanding Symbols: Electrostatic Discharge

Symbols are one of the critical elements in creating effective product safety labels. As you know from our blog post a few months back, we have a new resource available for helping you to understand the symbols to use on your labels: our CEO, Geoffrey Peckham, is authoring a quarterly column in InCompliance Magazine focusing on [...]

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Top 3 Trends in Product Safety Labeling

This month marks Clarion's 25th year in the field of visual safety communication. We'd like to take a moment to thank the thousands of companies and clients who have chosen Clarion safety signs and labels over the past quarter century. It's been our privilege to serve you and work towards our shared goal: preventing [...]

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Understanding Symbols: PPE and Universal Head Shape

When it comes to creating effective product safety labels, symbols are one of the critical building blocks.Using well-designed symbols – ones that have been developed using design principles standardized by ISO, the global standards body in charge of safety symbols – on your safety labels help them to more universally communicate your safety messages.Here [...]

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Product Safety Labels: New Clarion Article!

Looking for more information on how labels can be used to effectively convey safety messages for your products or electrical equipment?Then you won't want to miss NEMA's latest eiXtra e-newsletter. This month, our partners in safety at NEMA, the trade association for the electrical manufacturing industry, have featured an article from Clarion called, "Your [...]

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OSHA's Incorporation of the ANSI Z535 Standards: What's It Mean for Manufacturers?

Why is OSHA's change to incorporate the ANSI Z535-2011 standards in their regulations important to product manufacturers using ANSI Z535.4 warnings on their products?NEMA, the trade association for the electrical manufacturing industry, asked this question of our CEO, Geoffrey Peckham, in the latest issue of its ei Magazine. With Clarion and Geoffrey's work in [...]

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