Would you allow your workers to wear safety glasses that covered one eye, glove for one hand or fall protection that had a 33% chance of failing? It sounds so ridiculous! We would never use anything that only protects us part of the time...right???
A learning lab session scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 18 will discuss recent changes to ANSI/ISEA Standards for high-visibility and hand protection. Experts will share tips and advice on how to comply with the new regulations.
Ergodyne announced today the addition of an extra small size to several garments in the popular GloWear® Hi-Vis Apparel Line– utilizing a new provision in the updated ANSI/ISEA 107-2015 Standard for Hi-Visibility Apparel and Accessories permitting a “smallest size” exception to the minimum area requirements for background materials used in Type R Class 2 and 3 garments.
Develops first vest to automatically illuminate when moving from light to dark
April 26, 2016
Viz Reflectives North America has announced the creation of a new, technically advanced, high visibility garment that does what no other ANSI certified safety gear does – automatically emits a bright glow as the wearer moves from light to low light or dark spaces.
National Safety Apparel® is pleased to introduce the Hybrid FR™ line of flame resistant hi-vis safety apparel. This line combines high visibility and dark fabric to provide a new look for those required to wear hi-vis protective garments.
Tingley Rubber Corporation, a leading supplier of protective footwear and clothing, has expanded its highly successful Icon™ line with the addition the Icon LTE jacket and pant. The Icon brand of outerwear conforms to the ANSI/ISEA 107 standard for waterproof, breathable, high visibility products.
A year or so ago a major waste company placed 12 street cleaners, wearing yellow hi viz coats in a busy out of town shopping complex and asked shoppers coming out how many they remembered seeing. The average the shoppers reported seeing was four.