The following are various styles of vests that we can specially produce for your needs. please contact us if you need any specific design of vest/jacket/uniform. We can offer unbeatable quality/value for your work zone clothing.
WHAT IS ANSI?
ANSI, American National Standards Institute, and the ISEA, International Safety Equipment Association, jointly developed a standard for high-visibility clothing that is patterned after EN-471 standard used in Europe. ANSI and ISEA are not government agencies, so this standard is really a suggested standard for everyone to look at and choose to adapt on their own. Many states are adopting it, or some variation of it.
The standard covers many details used in the construction of high-visibility garments. Fabric color, labeling, fading, reflective quality and quantity, suggested style, shrinkage and cleaning are discussed and specified in the standard.
EXAMPLES OF WORKERS IN CLASS I CATEGORY
Includes workers directing vehicles to parking locations, workers retrieving shopping carts, those exposed to the hazards of warehouse equipment traffic and sidewalk maintenance workers.
EXAMPLES OF WORKERS IN CLASS II CATEGORY
Includes railway, utility, and road construction worker, forestry operations, ship cargo loading, trash collection I recycling operations, school crossing guards, high volume parking and gate personnel, airport baggage handlers, law enforcement and emergency response, accident site investigators, and survey crews.
EXAMPLES OF WORKERS IN CLASS III CATEGORY
Includes roadway construction personnel, utility workers, survey crews, and emergency response personnel.
WHEN SHOULD I REPLACE MY HI-VIS APPAREL?
It is time to replace your Hi-Vis apparel when it has faded, torn, been damaged, or it is no longer visible at 1,000 feet away.