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by Cathy Houston Cathy Houston on April 23, 2014

Guidelines for Reflective Safety Clothing

Keep your employees safe on the job with the right.

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Would you send your employees to a dangerous jobsite without a helmet?

The clothing your employees wear on the job is just as important to their safety as the rest of their protective equipment. OSHA requires employers to provide appropriate personal protective clothing and equipment to workers.

One of the biggest dangers on any jobsite is visibility. Whether it’s keeping workers safe from traffic or helping them stand out to equipment drivers on-site, high visibility and reflective clothing is important for maintaining the safety of your employees on the job. High visibility jackets, T-shirts, vests, sweatshirts and more can all be incorporated into required workwear that promotes safety.

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) oversees the norms and regulations that guide safety procedures in every sector. They certify certain reflective materials to be better-suited to particular applications than others.

Let’s explore the range of ANSI certified reflective clothing available:

ANSI 107 Class 3 Reflective Clothing
Reflective Safety Clothing ANSI 107 class 3

Who typically wears ANSI 107 Class 3?

  • Roadway construction workers and survey crews
  • Construction vehicle operators
  • Utility workers
  • Railway workers
  • Flagging crews

ANSI 107 Class 2 Reflective Clothing

safety reflective clothing ANSI 107 class 2

Who typically wears ANSI 107 Class 2?

  • Parking and toll gate personnel
  • Crossing guards
  • Law enforcement personnel
  • Roadway construction workers and survey crews
  • Forestry workers

Non-ANSI Color Enhanced Clothing

safety reflective clothing

What is Non-ANSI Color Enhanced Clothing Used For?

  • Anyone who needs to stand out from the crowd
  • Base layer under ANSI certified workwear
  • An added layer of visibility
  • A uniforming option
  • A change of color for lunch periods off the jobsite
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Cathy Houston

Written by Cathy Houston

As an innovative forward-thinker who looks beyond traditional promotional products, Cathy takes pride in finding unique products that meet her clients’ needs while integrating seamlessly with each aspect of their marketing strategy.

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