Miller Engineering has an in-depth understanding of both the national and international standards influencing your HAZCOM project. We follow unique and thorough protocols that confidently deliver standards-compliant results. Enlist our expertise to ensure that your designs adhere to all applicable standards the first time.
ANSI Z535.6-2011: American National Standard for Product Safety Information in Product Manuals
The ANSI Z535 Standards series has become a set of systematic guidelines for designing any type of word based hazard communication, whether signs, labels, tags, tape, manuals, or instructions. Miller Engineering has been analyzing and creating warning labels according to these standards since their inception in 1998.
The most recent Standard in the series, ANSI Z535.6: “American National Standard for Product Safety Information in Product Manuals, Instructions, and Other Collateral Materials,” was first published in 2006 and was revised in 2011.
Miller Engineering has since developed a protocol for analyzing product information based on ANSI Z535.6, for which numerous reviews have been done on products ranging from relief valves to pressure washers to self defense products.
ISO: International Organization for Standardization
With membership from 163 national standards bodies, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is an independent, non-governmental organization that develops standards that are instrumental to sharing quality and reliable technology across the globe.
These standards pertain to almost every discipline imaginable. The experts at Miller Engineering are deeply familiar with analyzing the situation, conducting a conformity assessment, and implementing these standards accordingly.