Where do I find safety clothing?
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ANSI Class 2 Safety Vests - ANSI Class 3 Safety Vests
Safety Clothes for Work
Most job safety clothing requirements are based on safety standards. You can shop for apparel on this site by considering the ANSI standard required by your workplace to meet or exceed compliance of these standards.
Type O – (“Off-Road”) Occupational HVSA for Non-Roadway Use
Environments which pose stuck-by hazards from moving vehicles, equipment and machinery, but will not include expose to traffic on public access highway rights-of-way or roadway temporary traffic control (TTC) zones.
Type R – (“Roadway”) Occupational HVSA for Roadway Use
Environments which include exposure to traffic (vehicles using the highway for purposes of travel) from public access highway rights-of-way, or roadway TTC zones or from work vehicles and construction equipment within a roadway TTC zone
Type P – (“Public Safety”) Occupational HVSA for Emergency and Incident Responders and Law Enforcement Personnel
Environments which include exposure to traffic from public access highway rights-of-way, or roadway TTC zones, or from work vehicles and construction equipment within a roadway TTC zone or from equipment and vehicles within the activity area.
Provides additional options for emergency responders, incident responders and law enforcement who have competing hazards or require access to special equipment.
All classes are defined by the amount of certified high vis material and certified reflective tape
Class 1 – Minimal Performance
Class 2 - Typically a standard vest but can also be any garment that does not have tape on the sleeves
Class 3 - Must have sleeves with tape that fully encircles the sleeves
Class E – Not a performance class. Only intended to be worn with Class 2 or Class 3 garments
When combined with a Class 2 garment, the wearer is now Class 3. When worn alone Class E is not a recognized high visibility garment