National Police Week Honors Fallen Officers
National Police Week, which recognizes the service and sacrifice of U.S. law enforcement, takes places May 9-15, 2010 in Washington D.C.

EMS Magazine Features Spiewak's SPDU
Spiewak's SPDU (Spiewak Performance Duty Uniform) gets high marks in EMS Magazine's Product News section.

Spiewak's VizGuard Systems Parka featured in Newsday's section of Long Island Life
Alan Weiss, deputy director of construction at Ground Zero, wears Spiewak's S577V.

Mayor Bloomberg Wears a Spiewak S911 Vest on the Job With NYC Dept. of Transportation
Mayor Bloomberg fills NYC's 2 millionth pothole under his watch wearing a Spiewak VizGuard vest. 

ANSI-Compliance Without Breaking the Bank
Bring on the spring showers. Spiewak's reversible single-layer raingear is an affordable option to keep you dry and visible during any storm. 

Spiewak's SPDU receives high praise from, an online news and resource site for paramedics and first responders, touts Spiewak's SPDU, Spiewak Performance Duty Uniforms, as the most advanced duty uniform they have ever seen.

Spiewak at SHOT Show | Win a Charity Event at Your Agency
Stop by Spiewak's booth #20627 during SHOT Show to be entered to win a charity luncheon at your agency to benefit the non-profit organization of your choice as part of Spiewak's Helping Hands Program.  Click HERE for more details.

Golfing for Gil | November 17th 2009 | Bear Creek Golf Course | Dallas, TX
On November 17th, 2009 the communities around Irving Texas come out to support and give back to Officer Gil White, a man that has given so much already for his commuinity and country.  Spiewak is honored to be a small part of this big celebration of life.  Please click HERE for details.

OSHA clarifies its stance on ANSI/ISEA 107-2004
In an open letter of interpretation, OSHA has clarified an earlier response they gave to a question regarding when ANSI 107-2004 is required for people working on roadways.  The Occupational Safety and Health Review Commision voiced valid concerns over the original response which they felt "did not provide construction employers with fair notice of a requirement for employees"  when ANSI 107-2004 safety clothing would be required.1

Please click here for a full summation of the new letter of interpretation and a link to OSHA for the full letter.

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