T R I - M O U N TA I N SA F E T YWEAR There’s a reason work zone injuries are decreasing annually - more businesses are requiring their workers to wear safety gear that helps them stand out and stay safe. Hazardous traffic, heavy equipment and inclement weather are just a few things that are a part of the job for many workers. Making those workers seen and protected from on-the-job injuries is just a part of our job. With 28 different high-visibility products including ANSI Class 2 and Class 3 certified styles, our collection is simply the perfect safety accessory for the men and women whose hard work isn’t always noticed. ANSI CLASS 3 ANSI class 3 is for use in the most severe environments. These workers need the highest level of visibility. Class 3-certified styles offer the greatest amount of fluorescent and reflective material. ANSI CLASS 2 ANSI class 2 is for moderately severe environments. These workers are on job sites with traffic that travels over 25 mph with a complex background. Class 2-certified styles offer a balance of fluorescent and reflective materials. Our basic high-visibility safety clothing is color enhanced... to add extra safety for those workers involved in more low-risk activities. Making Safety The Standard WE FIT YOU. 251 When it comes to sa fety, Tri-Mountain makes you the center of attention . The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is a nonprofit organization devoted to ensuring the health and safety of consumers and the protection of our environment. Working with the International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA), ANSI developed the accepted standard outlining performance requirements for the visibility of safety apparel - ANSI/ISEA 107-2015. This standard specifies how much fluorescent background materials must be used, minimum areas for retroreflective surfaces, minimum washing cycles and outlines test methods for materials. Our safety styles have been certified by independent laboratories to meet ANSI’s latest standards for high visibility workwear, ANSI/ISEA 107-2015. As ANSI standards require, we have categorized our safety apparel into three Performance Classes based on task load, nature of the work, environment and lighting conditions.
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