Are you looking for ANSI compliant high visibility clothing?
Automotive Workwear provides a variety of garments that meet the various standards of the American National Standard for High-Visibility Safety Apparel and Headwear. These Standards are divided into three classes of garments based on your type of work. Automotive Workwear provides high visibility clothing that fits your safety requirements. Keep reading for more on specific garments, and jobs that require them.
Class 1 Garments
This class garment is intended to keep safe workers who are separate from vehicle traffic that does not exceed 25 mph. Jobs that might require a class 1 garment are parking service attendants, delivery vehicle drivers, sidewalk maintenance workers, and shopping cart retrievers. The most common type of garment would be a high visibility safety vest. Automotive Workwear offers a safety vest that meets the requirement for a class 2 garment, which means that it is appropriate for class 1. The vest is 100% polyester, featuring a hook and loop front closure with adjustable sides. It offers 360 degree visibility, with front/back 2” reflective striping. This vest is not flame resistant. Manufactured by Red Kap, this vest is recommended for home wash.
High Visibility Work Clothing
High visibility workwear is for anyone working in low visibility conditions. If you are in road construction, the police force, emergency medical services, or airport ground crew, you are in need of high visibility work clothing. The American National Standard for High-Visibility Safety Apparel and Headwear is a standard that protects workers in low visibility conditions by mandating high visibility workwear in certain areas. There are four classes of garments advised for various job situations. Whether you need work pants, work shirts, or coveralls, rest assured that you can find high visibility apparel to ensure your safety. When looking for high visibility apparel, there are a couple things to consider.
Who needs high visibility apparel?
As stated above, there are a variety of jobs that call for high visibility work clothing. Parking service attendants, delivery vehicle drivers, workers in warehouses with equipment traffic, school crossing guards, railway workers, trash and recycling operations, law enforcement personnel, airport ground crews, survey crews, and on-site accident investigators are just some of the important jobs that call for high visibility workwear. However, not every job calls for the same high visibility items.