Monthly Archives: October 2012

Clarion Update: Hurricane Sandy and Your Safety Signs and Labels

Here at Clarion, we would like to take a moment to thank all of our valued customers for your patience during the brief interruption in service that you may have experienced due to the effects of Hurricane Sandy. At Clarion’s … Continue reading

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Alligator Signs and Your Warnings

When it comes to effective warnings that better protect people and reduce risk, it’s important to be aware of the accidents occurring within your industry, in order to better meet your legal duty to warn. Why is this the case? … Continue reading

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Clarion Safety Systems Announces New President

Here at Clarion, we’re pleased to announce a recent update to our company’s leadership as we welcome new president, Deborah Patterson, to head operations. Geoffrey Peckham will continue to serve as Clarion’s chief executive officer, while taking on the new … Continue reading

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Clarion’s CEO Presents Course on Product Safety and Liability

Attention technical writers, engineers, managers, product safety and liability prevention specialists, and all those responsible for creating and reviewing instructions and warnings! We have news you can use on an upcoming educational program offered by the University of Wisconsin. The … Continue reading

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Fire Prevention Week Focuses on Fire Escape Planning and Practice

This week is National Fire Prevention Week. Sponsored by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Fire Prevention Week was established to commemorate the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, the fire that began on October 8 and continued to do damage … Continue reading

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