Stay Safe Traffic Products is passionate about providing the right style and fit for your Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)
To be seen is to be safe, therefore every garment will meet or exceed the ANSI/ISEA 107 reflective requirements for road workers.
ANSI/ISEA 107 is the industry regulation established by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) that sets out garment design requirements for multiple high-visibility garment types including:
The three different Performance Classes within those Types include:
May be suitable for workers not directly in vehicle traffic paths and where vehicle speeds are less than 25 mph.
Covers workers in inclement weather, workers closer to moving traffic than in Class 1, or near traffic above 25 mph but less than 50 mph.
Covers high risk work environments and situations where weather, work, or other factors impair visibility or where traffic exceeds 50 mph. Workers must be identifiable as a person at a minimum of 1280 feet.
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How can you tell what class your garment falls into?
The simple answer is, “Look at the tag.” All garments must indicate their classification on the attached label or tag. The classifications are based on the square inches of reflective material versus the square inches of fluorescent material in the garment.