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Class 2 compliant safety vest made of 100% polyester mesh.
|Certifications||ANSI 107 Type R | Class 2 Compliant|
|Features||2" wide reflective material with 3"contrasting material|
|Material||100% Polyester Mesh|
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A cool, open-weave back and six pockets. The 6-Pocket Contrast Safety Vest is an economical, high-value choice for airports, construction sites, toll booths, parking areas, and more. Suited to warm weather and low-visibility conditions with an easy fit and Class 2 compliance.
The Class 2 6-pocket vest is affordable and comfortable, especially for outdoor applications during warmer months.
Sleeveless with dual sizing keeps cool, fits easily over your whole work wardrobe
Deep-V neck won’t stifle
Mesh back for enhanced airflow
ANSI 107 Type R
Class 2 Compliant
Kishigo’s commitment to quality stitching gives every safety vest a longer life. Plus, they recognize that poor design and uncomfortable fabrics give crew reasons to avoid wearing
their PPE at all the appropriate times. Keep job sites open and reduce the chance of fines with safety vests staff members have no reason to skip wearing.
Pencils, radio, tools, and credentials. A generous number of pockets is what separates this safety vest from others like it. Two-inch wide reflective material pops with the addition of contrast piping
Class 2 safety wear is suitable for workers who may perform tasks in lower-visibility conditions and/or near traffic that may exceed 25 mph. The 6-Pocket Contrast Safety Vest is an excellent, affordable choice
According to the National Safety Council (NSC), 2020 marked a 16-year high in work-zone crashes. The year saw 102,000 accidents, which claimed the lives of 857 people and injured an additional 44,240.
When construction crews arrive at your jobsite, they trust you’ve identified potential hazards and taken steps to mitigate risk.
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