Considerations for safety labels that are visible throughout the lifecycle of your equipment and products
In this column, we’ll discuss the International Organization for Standardization’s recently published ISO 45001 standard, its parallels with risk communication on products and its implications for workplace safety.
Design plans, engineering drawings, production procedures, safety memoranda, and marketing strategies can significantly help or hurt a manufacturer or product seller, especially in the event of product liability litigation.
This article will discuss the ways in which a company can be organized and prepared to meet its post-sale duties and to undertake a field corrective action program or a recall.
High-current grounding impedance tests have been specified in safety standards for many years. There are two, independent sources for these tests.
Why? Why is it that one of the biggest aggravations in product safety is that of markings? For some reason, it seems that we can never get the markings right the first time. Furthermore, it seems that markings that have been acceptable for years will suddenly go bad.
The question of whether or not to use additional languages on your safety labels can be a complex one to answer.
The Commission of the European Union (EU) has released statistics on notices of unsafe consumer products that have been processed through the EU’s rapid information system (RAPEX) for the year ending December 3... Read More...