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ANSI CLASSIFICATIONS

ANSI CLASSIFICATIONS ANSI/ISEA 107-2015 Compliant Safety Garments are classified as follows: TYPE R, CLASS 2 TYPE 0, CLASS 1 Intended for use in environments where there are struck-by hazards from moving vehicles, equipment & machinery not operating on public access rights of way or temporary traffic control zones. – Parking/Service location workers – Warehousing – Oil & Gas extraction workers – Refinery workers – Mining Intended for use by personnel exposed to vehicular traffic from public access rights of way or roadway temporary traffic control zones. Class 2 garments require the use of greater amounts of high-visibility materials which help distinguish between a human and an inanimate object. – Forestry operations – Ship cargo loading operations – Roadway construction – Utility & railway workers – School crossing guards – Delivery vehicle drivers – High volume parking and toll gate personnel – Airport baggage & handlers/ground crew – Trash collection & recycling operations 8

REDKAP.COM TYPE R, CLASS 3 Intended for use by personnel exposed to vehicular trafic from public access rights of way or roadway temporary traffic control zones. Class 3 garments mandate an even higher standard of visibility for workers in moving, complex backgrounds. – Roadway construction personnel & flaggers – Utility workers – Survey crews SUPPLEMENTAL, CLASS E Pants, bibs, overalls, shorts and gaiters meeting minimum area requirements for background material and retroreflective trim. Class E apparel, however, cannot be worn alone to provide adequate visibility of workers. When Class E items are worn with Performance Class 2 or 3 apparel, the overall classification of the ensemble is Performance Class 3. ANSI CLASSIFICATIONS TYPE P, CLASS 2 TYPE P, CLASS 3 Intended for emergency responders and law enforcement persoannel in environments with struck-by hazards from traffic operating on public access rights of way or temporary traffic control zones. – Police officers – Sheriff – Fire responders – EMS 9