Your work doesn't stop for adverse weather. Keep your workers safe and comfortable no matter the elements — cold, heat, rain, or snow — with our seasonal gear. You'll be helping to protect against:
• Cold-related injuries and illnesses such as frostbite and hypothermia
• Heat exhaustion and heat stroke
• Slips and falls
Outfit your workers head to toe this winter with our knit hat, fleece-lined jackets, and ice traction cleats. The jackets and hat are high-visibility lime with reflective properties to help your workers stand out, while the ice traction cleats are made of stretchable rubber for easy on and off.
High-visibility apparel is essential to ensure that workers can be seen; this is especially true in inclement weather situations like snow. Whether there are blinding conditions from light reflecting off a blanket of snow, poor visibility from overcast skies, or a blizzard, you want people, other employees, and drivers to see your workers quickly. When workers wear high-visibility clothing, their chances of being injured or killed can be reduced. High-visibility apparel can help make sure your workers don’t become a hidden hazard, can be adequately seen, and can be quickly identified or avoided when it matters the most.
Keep your workers dry and visible with our Class 3 rain jacket and Class E rain pants. Both include black material in key areas to help hide dirt and plenty of handy pockets.
Did you know ANSI makes it easy for you to protect workers in inclement weather, including rain? In low-visibility conditions, employees must be easy to spot from at least 1,280 feet away. ANSI allows you to have employees combine their high-visibility clothing to help meet that requirement. Specifically, combining a Class 2 type shirt or vest (jacket) with Class E type pants (long trousers or shorts) can create a Class 3 ensemble, making it easier for employees to be seen in poor conditions.
Cool workers off when the heat is on with our water-activated, reusable cooling towel and bandana. Whichever you choose, you'll be providing your workers with welcome relief and taking steps to prevent heat-related illness.
Dozens of workers die and thousands more become ill while working in extreme heat or humid conditions every year. That’s why it’s important your workers have all-day access to cooling devices (including towels and bandanas), cold water, and air-conditioning to keep heat stress at bay.
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