Tag Archive - Hi-vis Vests

High-Visibility Clothing

High Visibility Clothing

Our friends at ANSI have approved three main classes of clothing regarding visibility: namely, Classes 1, 2, and 3 (surprised?). Actually, there is a class E that’s only for work pants and shorts. When these are worn with Class 2 or 3 garments, they add up to Class 3 coverage.

The higher the class number, the higher the visibility. This is based on the amount of background material (often bright orange, red or green–you want to stand out from your surroundings), the width of the reflective tape, and the photometric performance of the tape (how reflective it is, right?). Except for Class E, all High Visibility clothing must contain 360 degrees of reflective taping around the torso.

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Four Tips for Compliance with ANSI/ISEA 107 for High-Visibility Apparel

High Visibility Yellow Workwear

Being compliant with ANSI/ISEA 107 regulations for high-visibility apparel has never been more important. Here are four tips to make sure your high-visibility apparel is compliant with ANSI/ISEA 107 standards. In the need for new high-visibility products? Check out Ergodyne and OccuNomix for exceptional hi-vis products.

The first step (and easiest, if you ask us) is to purchase a high-visibility product that is ANSI 107 compliant. You’ll know if it is compliant by its tag. The high-visibility garment must have a label that has a pictogram of a vest or a drawing that depicts the actual garment itself. There also must be two numbers next to that drawing. In order to be ANSI 107 compliant, the top number must be either 2 or 3. This means the high-visibility garment is either class 2 or class 3. Continue Reading…

Carhartt High-Visibility Apparel: The Solution

Carhartt Clothing High Visibility Workwear

Hate wearing your high-visibility apparel? You’re certainly not alone. The number one reason that working people decline to wear their required high-vis clothing is that they say it’s cumbersome and uncomfortable. And that sentiment is common. The problem is, without it, you’re at a much greater risk of an injury or fatal accident. It’s a fact. That’s just what the stats show and the stats don’t lie. It’s too dangerous to work without.

So what about wearing something that you already know you like? Like Carhartt. Everybody loves Carhartt clothing, for its comfort, durability, and practicality. So we’ve got some great news for you. Now, after several requests by both retailers and consumers, Carhartt is bringing back its line of high-quality high-visibility apparel. This is Carhartt’s best line of high-visibility and color-enhanced workwear yet. Continue Reading…

High-Visibility Clothing: The Right Choice in Any Weather

High Visibility Clothing

If there’s two things we know about high-visibility workwear, it’s these: It’s important to wear, and most workers hate to. The reasons for wearing it are obvious and important; it provides much-needed visibility in hazardous road-side work environments. But the worker’s reasons fornot wearing it are just as valid. It’s uncomfortable. It’s cumbersome. It gets in the way, making more trouble than it’s worth. At least, in the eyes of the wearer. Continue Reading…

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