Clarion Safety Systems Participates in Standards Discussions on ISO 45001, the Occupational Safety And Health Management Systems Standard

ISO 45001 U.S. TAG members, including Clarion’s CEO, Geoffrey Peckham

Because of our deep commitment to reducing risk and protecting people, Clarion has been a part of the development process of ISO 45001 since its start in July 2013. We’re proud to be a part of this effort – a collaboration by more than 70 countries.

Clarion Safety Systems, a leading designer and manufacturer of safety signs and safety labels, participated in 3-day meetings of the U.S. technical advisory group (TAG) for ISO 45001, held in the end of May in Chicago, Illinois, taking next steps to move the standard forward.

ISO 45001 Occupational Safety and Health Management Systems is the much-anticipated, first global standard for occupational health and safety (OH&S) management systems. It gives organizations in the U.S. and around the world a structure to plan, support, implement and evaluate their efforts to eliminate or reduce risks to workers. This new standard, when published, will give organizations a framework for implementing all of their voluntary and mandated OH&S improvements.

Clarion is an active member of the U.S. TAG for ISO 45001, and has been since early in the standard’s development process. Both Clarion’s CEO, Geoffrey Peckham, and Standards Compliance Director, Angela Lambert, have made significant contributions to preparing U.S. TAG positions for each draft of ISO 45001.

“At Clarion, because of our deep commitment to reducing risk and protecting people, we’ve been a part of the development process of ISO 45001 since its start in July 2013. We’re proud to be a part of this effort – a collaboration by more than 70 countries,” says Lambert.

ISO 45001 is currently a draft international standard (DIS), in…

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