Sponsored by Ergodyne
Hi-Vis apparel provides conspicuity for the worker during both daytime and nighttime usage in an effort to prevent struck-by accidents on the jobsite. We will go over why struck-by accidents are on the rise and how workers can prevent them.
The American National Standard for High-Visibility Safety Apparel and Accessories (ANSI/ISEA 107) is widely recognized as the best practice/industry standard for worker conspicuity to reduce struck-by risks. In the webinar, we will first focus on what went unchanged, including performance requirements for materials, the 3 basic parts that go into a compliant garment, and the rules and regulations that go along with performance class designations.
We will then focus on what has changed…
You’ll come away with an understanding of:
- How hi-vis apparel functions.
- Articulate what elements go into garment design.
- Gain a better understanding of the ANSI/ISEA 107 Standard and the 2015 updates.
- Distinguish between different Types and Performance Classes of hi-vis safety apparel (HVSA).
Your Presenter: Megan Tansom