Sleeveless Safety Jackets

Safety Jacket suits provides a shield against paint, chemicals, and this suits offer high strength and provide an excellent barrier in light splash situations as well as many dry particulates, including asbestos, lead dust, and even radioactive dusts. Available in S-4XL size, customizable Fluorescent colours with Lattice reflective tape.

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Safety Jacket is any clothing worn that has highly reflective properties or a color that is easily discernible from any background. Yellow jackets worn by emergency services are a common example. Occupational wearers of clothing with high-visibility features include railroad and highway workers, airport workers, or other places where workers are near moving vehicles or in dark areas. Some cyclists wear high-visibility clothing when riding amongs motor vehicles. Hunters may be required to wear designated high-visibility clothing to prevent accidental shooting.



The standard specifies three classes of activities and the minimum quantity of fluorescent and retroreflective material to be worn in each class. In Class 1 activities there is a relatively low hazard from slow-moving vehicles, for example, in a parking lot. Garments must have retroreflective strips 1 inch wide and a minimum of 217 square inches of fluorescent material. Class 2 activities take place in proximity to vehicles moving up to 25 miles per hour, for example, railway workers or school crossing guards. The standard requires reflective bands of greater width and 755 square inches of conspicuously colored fabric. Class 3 activities take place near traffic moving faster than 25 miles per hour, for example, highway construction. The standard requires at least 1240 square inches of fluorescent fabric, and two-inch retrorefector bands. Only very large vests have enough area to meet this standard, so full sleeves may be required. A further class of garment is Class E high visibility pants, which, in conjunction with a Class 2 or Class 3 vest, are recommended by the standard for Class 3 activities.

There are three basic classes of visibility safety vests depending on the environment in which they work.

Class 1 – used in low traffic areas by off road maintenance workers and parking lot attendants – these don't need American National Standards Institute (ANSI) approval.

Class 2 – designed for use where speeds are 25 mph or less, these ANSI safety vests are often used by crossing guards and traffic control officers.

Class 3 – also needing ANSI approval, these traffic safety vests are normally used by highway construction workers in environments where speeds regularly exceed 50 mph.


In addition to pure reflective safety vests, there are other safety vests for different purposes.

Lighted safety vest – both reflective for high visibility but also including a light source to increase visibility and assist job performance.

Water related safety – from providing high visibility during water activities to professional quality vests that may include life saving capabilities.

Rainwear – normal visibility drops during rain so using highway safety vests designed for high visibility in rainy conditions are available.

Construction safety vest – provides high visibility on larger construction sites, particularly when heavy machinery is employed.

Safety harness vest – varieties of this product are used in air and sea operations along with different types of construction operations.


Depending on your job duties and working conditions, there are some enhancements available for construction safety vests. From a variety of styles to more or less visibility, you might find one or more of the following helpful to you in your workplace.

>Safety vest with pockets – particularly useful if you are a surveyor, use walkie-talkie communications, or performing a job requiring you to keep small objects or tools close at hand.

>Expandable safety vest – if you work in a climate that is cold in winter yet quite warm in summer, this vest expands when you're required to wear heavy outer clothing and contracts for lightweight summer work wear.

>Tear away safety vest – if your workday involves being on site, then off site, then on site again, a tear away vest might help you save time and aggravation.

>Flame retardant vest – should you work in a situation that poses a potential fire danger, you are safer with one of these.

>Lighted safety vest – gives you higher visibility for dusk and night work, the light emitters make you glow in the dark.



For utility workers, survey crews, railway workers, forestry workers, road construction personnel, school crossing guards, parking and toll gate personnel airport baggage handlers or ground crew, law enforcement personnel, emergency response, and accident site investigators.

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