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Monthly Archives: August 2013

  • ANSI Class 3 Premium Hooded Sweatshirts

    ansi class 3 hooded sweatshirtFall is just around the corner, and for many of you that's going to mean cooler temperatures. There's no better way to stay warm while reaping the benefits of high visibility safety gear than with an ANSI Class hooded sweatshirt.
    The Premium Class 3 Hooded Sweatshirts by Safety Gear USA are ideal for staying warm, safe and visible on the job. The shirts are manufactured from a warm, let lightweight bright 8 ounce polyester fleece fabric that provides maximum visibility.
    Each sweatshirt is equipped with Dual front hand warmer pockets protect your hands and fingers from the elements and double as an excellent storage space for gloves or disposable heating packs. The knit cuffs provide a secure and comfortable fit around the wrists while the 2-inch two-tone reflective striping meets ANSI Class 3 specifications and lends enhanced visibility during both day and nighttime situations.
    The drawstring hood gives you additional protection from cold air and wind when necessary, and features reinforced grommets for durability.
    The Premium Class 3 Hi Vis Hooded Sweatshirt truly delivers by combining style, comfort and functionality with quality craftsmanship at a price you can afford. We have them in stock and ready to ship out today for just $40.05!
    Available in Lime only, in sizes M - 5XL. Order yours now and save, only at Hivis Supply.

  • English Taxi Driver Convicted For Intentionally Running Down Road Worker

    road worker hit by taxi driver in hit and runA taxi driver in England has reportedly plead guilty to a hit-and-run incident that occurred on June 24th just outside the small town of Hereford, England.
    According to news sources, the driver Ronald Payne approached road construction around 9pm where he was told by construction worker Ewan Chalmers that he could not travel down a section of the main road due to work that was being performed.
    According to police reports, the victim Ewan Chalmers stated that he was hit by Ronald Payne's cab at about 20 to 30mph shortly after denying him access to use the roadway. Chalmers said that as he was hit, he flew onto the hood of the car where he was carried for at least 150 feet before falling onto the road.
    The driver never stopped, and when confronted by police told him that he never stopped and continued to drive away from the scene because he thought the construction worker "looked alright".
    Luckily, Mr. Chalmers suffered no major injuries and was able to return to work the next day.
    Ronald Payne handed in his notice to the taxi company, apparently under the suspicion that he was going to be fired from his job.
    The judge, Toby Hooper sentenced Payne to two months in jail as well as a 12 month ban from driving. The judge gave Payne credit for his honesty in entering a guilty plea, however, he stated that "this is an appalling case of reckless driving that easily could have resulted in a death."
    After sentencing, a the Highways Agency spokesman and lead officer for roadwork safety said "This case sends out a message that such behavior will not be tolerated and drivers who abuse our workers will face the full weight of the law."
    Kathryn Richardson, from Herefordshire’s highways contractor Amey, added “We would like to remind road users that our employees are not simply roadworkers, they are mums, dads, husbands, wives, sons and daughters and we appeal to drivers to consider how they would feel about working in an area only a few feet from live traffic.”
    Each year, hundreds of road workers around the globe are killed on the job, with a roughly estimated 50% of those as the direct result of being struck by a vehicle in traffic.
    The most important and effective ways to reduce the number of fatalities is through proper education, awareness and an adherence to safety regulations. This includes training and utilizing high visibility safety gear that meets local and/or national regulatory standards.

  • HiVis Supply Giveaway - ML Kishigo Professional Surveyors Vest

    ml kishigo surveyors vestFor the month of August, HiVis Supply will be giving away an ANSI Class 2 Professional Surveyors Vest by ML Kishigo. This high quality safety vest has been specifically designed for high functionality, visibility and comfort.
    The ML Kishigo Professional Surveyors vest has been manufactured with a solid polyester front while the back is made of Ultra-Cool mesh material to provide enhanced breathability on the job. For increased visibility that meets ANSI Class 2 standards, it has been fitted with 2-inch reflective striping by 3M which is laminated onto a 3-inch stripe of contrasted color which is either lime or orange, depending on the vest color.
    This vest is ideal for surveyors and foremen but is just as well suited for any job that could benefit from its use. The unique features provide additional functionality and storage space compared to a conventional pocked safety vest, lending easy access to tools and other supplies that are commonly used on the job.
    Features of the ML Kishigo Professional Surveyors Vest
    -  Dual Microphone Holders (left and right) for hands free communication
    -  Two Lapel Grommets
    -  Reinforced webbing at stress points for added durability
    -  Left Chest Pocket with 2 tiers (and dual function flap that can be held open with velcro)
    -  Large Right Chest Pocket
    -  Large Lower Pockets with Flaps
    -  Left & Right Stake Pockets
    -  Left & Right Side Elastic Spray Can pockets
    -  Lower Inside Left & Right Full Length Zipper Pockets with Straps
    -  Hidden Back Pouch with Zipper Access
    -  and more..
    As you can see above, the Professional Surveyors Vest offers unmatched functionality on practically any job site. This is something we've come to expect from ML Kishigo as an innovator in the safety industry. For more information and details, check out the vest on our website.
    Don't forget that throughout August we will be accepting entries to win one of these vests, and a winner will be chosen on September 1st. We've even decided to throw in a JSP Full Brim Hard Hat (a $20 Value)! It's free to enter and it takes less than 20 seconds to fill out the very short form, so Enter to Win today!

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