EN ISO 20471 CLASS 2
RIS3279TOM ISSUE 1 ORANGE ONLY
Combining innovative integrated LED lights with high visibility material and HiVisTex reflective tape, this vest offers excellent visibility in all lighting conditions.
• Brightness: 25 lumens
• Run time: 80 hours
• Batteries: AA x 2 (not included)
• Functions: High / Fast ash / Slow ash
• Visible up to: 500 metres
EN ISO 20471 CLASS 2
The multi-pocket toolvest combines modern design with highly durable EN ISO 20471 certified fluorescent fabric. The toolvest is crammed with features including twin stitched seams, Dual ID holder, holster pockets and waist belt for comfortable fit and support when bending and stretching. Multiple pockets oer secure storage.
We can supply hi vis ppe vests in a variety of different colours. Branding is also available if you want to display your company name and logo on any hi vis workwear item.
All of the products that we supply are ‘CE’ marked and conform to the EN ISO 20471 standard. There are also 3 different class levels within this standard and we have stated next to each product whether it is Class 1, Class 2 or Class 3.
There are hundreds of different hi vis vests on the market and we have access to products from many of the top workwear manufacturers.
Choose the Right Hi Vis Vest for the Job
Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations 1992 means that you need to be wearing the correct type of clothing for your job as a legal requirement. Therefore, hi vis vests must be suitable for the job and must also be suitable for the wearer.
Hi vis vests will generally fall into either Class 1 or Class 2 category within EN ISO 20471 standard. There are 3 levels of protection based on the level of visibility that the clothing item can provide.
Class 3 provides the highest level of visibility but because hi vis vests do not have sleeves on them then it is unlikely that they would fall into this category.
Key Factors Involved in Wearing a Hi Vis Vest
A lot of jobs require an item of hi vis clothing to be worn but on many occasions it can be too warm to wear a jacket and therefore a vest is much more suitable. Also, vests are considerably less restrictive on the arms than a jacket for obvious reasons. For road workers that are carrying out manual tasks such as digging or drilling, the job can be much easier wearing a vest instead of a jacket.
Hi vis vests are also becoming very popular amongst sports enthusiasts and are great for keeping the wearer visible whilst running or cycling.
The reflective strips on the vests need to be at least 50mm wide and it is only yellow or orange vests that will conform to the EN ISO 20471 standard.
Some of the vests that we supply also have the added visibility feature of LED lights within the reflective strips.
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