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 Post subject: Hi-Visibility PPE Vests?
PostPosted: Wed Nov 23, 2011 8:28 am 
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Employees here were just issued yellow high visiblity vests. Contractors now must wear high visibility orange vests. The garments are polyester, so not suitable for electrical PPE wear or for welding wear.

Do the garment vendors offer category rated high visibility garments? Most of the PPE garments I have seen are pastels, blue, gray, brown.

Suggestions for high visibility, non-flammable, vests with reflective stripes? Do they exist in yellow and orange?

Al


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Bulwark carries an HRC1 vest in yellow. http://www.bulwark.com


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Hi Visibility PPE Vest, more

Product looks good, asking for more. How about orange? How about tear-away design? Can fabric be printed with company logo?


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Did you try contacting Bulwark directly? Most companies like that (Bulwark) offer many options to meet their customers needs...


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AB P.E. wrote:
Product looks good, asking for more. How about orange? How about tear-away design? Can fabric be printed with company logo?


Salisbury has an orange FR vest. You should be able to put a company logo on whatever vest you purchase but I personally would not recommend it. The typical inks and adhesives that are used are flammable.


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