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Wiley X Sponsoring 14 Top
NASCAR Drivers in 2014
Wiley X, Inc. has announced its team of sponsored NASCAR drivers for 2014.
Among Wiley X’s stable of sponsored drivers are Matt Kenseth,
Carl Edwards, Kevin Harvick, Joey Logano, and Greg Biffle, racers
with legions of fans around the world and long lists of accomplishments to their credit. These popular drivers – along with the rest of
the Wiley X Pro Racing Team – have been selected not only for their
racing skills, but for their ability to serve as ambassadors for the
Wiley X sunglass brand.
For 2014, Wiley X will also be sponsoring top drivers Aric
Almirola, Ron Hornaday, Jr., Michael McDowell, Joe Nemechek,
John Hunter Nemechek, David Ragan, Joey Coulter, and Chad
Hackenbracht. Fifteen-year-old racing protégé Gray Gaulding – who
signed with Wiley X last year – is also part of the team.
In addition to sponsoring these individual drivers, Wiley X is
also the Official Sunglass of NASCAR powerhouse Roush Fenway
Racing, for whom both Greg Biffle and Carl Edwards drive.
For updates on Wiley X’s team, visit www.wileyx.com.
Brady Announces Resources
on OSHA Sign Standards
Brady has announced its latest products, resources, and manufacturing capabilities that support OSHA’s revised signage
standards for general industry and construction. Under OSHA’s
update, published November 6, 2013, users can now use either
the latest American National Standard Institute (ANSI) standard
from 2011 (ANSI Z535.1, Z535.2 & Z535.5) or the previous standard from 1967-1968.
Brady also encourages those impacted by the latest OSHA safety sign standards to visit Brady’s OSHA Sign Update page to view
and download resources, such as an ANSI Z535 Overview Video,
15-Minute ANSI Webinar, Safety Sign Standards Info Sheet, and
Facility Safety Signage Guide.
“While both ANSI sign formats are now supported by OSHA,
the Z535 standard moves safety signage forward by creating uniform communications with
more information and eas-ily-identifiable pictograms.
The updated format reaches
the ultimate goal of fewer
accidents in the workplace by
incorporating up-to-date safety information, best practices,
and research data that the
previous standard does not
exhibit,” adds Smith.