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Due to Hurricane Ian, we will have limited Customer Service on Wednesday, 9/28 and our offices will be CLOSED Thursday, 9/29 to ensure the safety of our employees.
Due to Hurricane Ian, we will have limited Customer Service on Wednesday, 9/28 and our offices will be CLOSED Thursday, 9/29 to ensure the safety of our employees. Further closures are possible depending on the storm path/damage. All orders will be processed/shipped when it is safe to re-open, and any inquiries will be responded to promptly.
The EV Series line from Kishigo offers products that are designed to easily identify team members on the job site. With a quick glance, you can identify new hires, managers, security, or even visitors for a more efficient way to stay safe on the job site. Enhanced Visibility comes in a variety of colors that will help to quickly tell who's who for added efficiency that you can depend on.
Organization keeps projects running smoothly and the same applies to jobsites. With so many high visibility workwear options available, keeping track of who’s who on site can not only be a challenge, but a safety risk. So based on feedback from industry professionals, Kishigo designed the Enhanced Visibility Series in a wide range of colors to make that job easier. Imagine identifying new hires, managers, security, medics, or even visitors simply by looking at the color of their vest. It’s simple, easy, and efficient. Top quality, high visibility safety vests with all of the the functionality you've come to expect from Kishigo; but with the added feature of visibility by differenitation.
Everything You Need To Know About The ANSI 107 Standard
Even with the advent of the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) in 1971, and its many subsequent safety standards put in place to safeguard the American workforce, it is sometimes hard to believe that the first guideline regarding high visibility garments was not published until 1999. This standard was the result of a joint effort of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA). The ANSI/ISEA 107-1999 standard, for high visibility garments, was the first widely recognized standard that addressed hi-vis clothing design, performance specifications, and usage.
HiVis 101: How to Know When It’s Time to Replace Your Safety Vest
Knowing when to replace key workwear like a hi vis safety vest can be challenging. It’s not always obvious when a vest is past its useful life. Plus, because workwear costs time and money to replace, it can be easy to put off the task if you can justify using it for a little while longer.