JOB SIGHT HIGH VISIBILITY APPAREL RESOURCE CENTER
We realized from our recent industry survey that business owners, managers, and safety executives need up-to-date information about high visibility apparel. For details, you can read our press release. The Job Sight High Visibility Resource Center is designed to help you understand and comply with ANSI / ISEA 107 and MUTCD regulations. In addition, we will be adding content on an ongoing basis to help you select the right apparel for the job, tips for maintaining apparel, and more. We plan to add videos and online surveys in the near future.
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DOWNLOAD OUR QUICK TIPS
* Quick Tips for Getting and Staying Compliant with ANSI / ISEA 107 for High Visibility Apparel
JOB SIGHT PRESS RELEASES
* High Visibility Apparel Regs Not Understood by Industry, Leaving Workers and Owners at Potential Risk
* Tingley Rubber expands offering of ANSI-compliant high-visibility apparel
* Safety Marketing Group Announces Award Winners at 2010 Conference
ARTICLES FROM JOB SIGHT
* New Regulations Impact Workers on All Roads and Highways - Construction Business Owner
* The Keys to Selecting High Visibility Apparel - ISHN magazine
ASK THE EXPERT
If you have a question about high visibility apparel from regulations to matching the right apparel to the job, we can help. Email us and we will respond ASAP.
LINKS WE RECOMMEND
Choosing the Best High-Visibility Apparel in a Variety of Roadway Scenarios
Produced by the American Traffic Safety Services Association’s (ATSSA) - it is a quick, easy-to-understand guide to for choosing high visibility safety garments for a variety of working situations.
Hi-Vis Clothing Now Mandatory for Highway and Road Construction Workers
A good overview of how regulations have changed and how to comply with current standards. ISHN
Meeting the Work Zone Visibility Deadline
This article not only explains the new standards but talks about the cost savings from compliance. OHS
Strong Safety Programs Protect Bottom Line
If you are a manager trying to justify safety costs, this will provide some very useful information to back you up. Safety News
Coming soon to a website near you!
* American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association (ADSTEA)
* American Public Works Association
* American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO)
* American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA)
* American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
* American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA)
* International Bridge, Tunnel, and Turnpike Association
* International Municipal Signal Association (IMSA)
* International Safety Equipment Association
* National Association of Governor's Highway Safety Representatives (NAGHSR)
* National Committee on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (NCUTCD)
* National Committee on Uniform Traffic Laws and Ordinances (NCUTLO)
* National Safety Council
* Roadway Safety Foundation
* Transportation Research Board