The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) ranks safety vests in classes based on the need for visibility.
Using the chart below, determine what class is best for your job, then choose from our assortment of vests. Each one is labeled with it's ANSI safety classification so you'll know you're getting the right vest for the job.
Staying visible helps keep you safe in hazardous situations, so gear up and be seen! Shop Safety Vests
Treat dad right on Father's Day and show what you know with fun Father's Day trivia!
The first Father's Day was observed on June 19, 1910 in Spokane, Washington.
During WWII, Father's Day became more widely observed, and in 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson declared the third Sunday of June to be Father's Day. President Richard Nixon made it a federal holiday in 1972.
The word "Dad" has been used for hundreds of years... possibly as far back as the sixteenth century.
Why is it spelled Father's Day and not Fathers' Day? Having the apostrophe before the "s" makes it a celebration of your very own dad, and not to all fathers collectively.
Did You Know...
If every American spent an extra $3.33 on U.S.-made products, it would create almost 10,000 new jobs. And, if every builder used just 5 percent more U.S.-made products, it would create 220,000 jobs!
Below are 10 of our Favorite Made In America products:
While the weather's warm and inviting, take meetings outside! The fresh air can change the way you do business!
1. Fresh air, Fresh ideas.
A change of scenery helps employees see work differently, and encourages fresh ways of thinking.
2. Turn up the focus.
Thanks to fresh air and sunshine, vitamin D levels and endorphins increase, and help you focus more clearly.
3. Relax and refresh.
Being outdoors helps your team get re-energized and collaborate better.
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