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Class 2 Velcro® Closure Safety Vest
The best value in the industry
 • Athletic grade mesh
 • Fluorescent colors for daytime visibility
 • Retro-reflective striping for enhanced visibility at night
 • Patch pocket and Velcro closure
 • ANSI/ISEA 107-2004 Class 2 compliant
 

Class 3 Long Sleeve T-Shirt
Keep it clean with Dupont™ Teflon® fabric protector
 • Moisture wicking to keep you dry and comfortable
 • Fluorescent fabric provides daytime visibility
 • Retro-reflective silver stripes add nighttime safety
 • Chest pocket for easy access to important items
 • ANSI/ISEA 107-2004 Class 3 compliant
 

Class 3 Short Sleeve T-Shirt
ANSI compliance in a cool, comfortable shirt
 • Moisture wicking to keep you dry and comfortable
 • Fluorescent fabric provides daytime visibility
 • Retro-reflective silver stripes add nighttime safety
 • Left chest pocket
 • ANSI/ISEA 107-2004 Class 3 compliant
 

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Did you know?
By December 31st, 2011 everyone who works on roads traveled by the public (including private property) MUST wear Class 2 or Class 3 ANSI/ISEA 107-2010 safety apparel.
This is in conjunction with the final ruling that was created on December 16th of 2009 for the 2009 MUTCD law. This ruling states All workers within the right of way of any roadway open to public travel are REQUIRED to wear Class 2 or Class 3 ANSI/ISEA 107-2004 compliant high visibility safety apparel by December 31st, 2011.
 
What does this mean to you?
If you or any of your workers, work on roads open to public travel, you and/or your workers MUST wear Class 2 or Class 3 ANSI/SEA
107-2004 hi-visibility safety apparel by December 31st, 2011.
 
Why was this enacted?
This regulation was enacted to respond to the increase in injuries and fatalities caused by motor vehicles and construction equipment while working within the right of way of roadways open to public travel.
 
Who does this affect?
The regulation affects towing and recovery, highway construction and maintenance, law enforcement, emergency responders, utility, traffic management professionals and anyone working within the right of way of any roadway open to public travel, including private property.
 
What do you need to do?
In order to be in compliance with this new regulation, you must wear Class 2 or Class 3 ANSI/ISEA 107-2004 safety apparel whenever working on any roadway open to public travel, including private property. The safety apparel could be a vest, short or long sleeve T-shirt, sweatshirt or jacket.


ANSI Classes and What They Mean
 
ANSI Class 2 garments are normally specified when work takes place in or near moving traffic or in inclement weather, and the worker's tasks occasionally divert his attention from traffic. ANSI Class 2 Icon

ANSI Class 3 garments offer the greatest conspicuity and are specified for work taking place in or near high speed traffic. The worker must be conspicuous through a full range of motion and must focus all attention on work, not traffic. ANSI Class 3 Icon

ANSI Class E garments use fluorescent fabric and some retro-reflective material, but do not meet any of the ANSI class requirements when worn alone. However, when worn with a vest, jacket or other Class 2 compliant garment, the entire outfit can then be classified as a Class 3 ensemble. ANSI Class E Icon

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