Wearers of high-visibility protective clothing are usually in critical road situations where it is vital that others see them on the road as early as possible.
High-visibility clothing signals that there are people working in a dangerous area, and that the situation demands a high degree of day and night visibility.
The ISO 20471 standard places requirements on visible workwear for employees in high-risk areas. Divided in three classes, to be chosen according employer's risk assessment, the ISO 20471 defines the visibility requirements, for both fluorescent and reflective materials, to ensure that workers are properly protected in critical situations.
High-visibility clothing needs to be durable, inclusive of bio-motion design features and, depending on the application, industrial launderable. 3M™ Scotchlite™ Reflective Material meets the requirement and withstands tough conditions over the long term.
Learn more about the difference between fluorescent and reflective material.
For high-visibility protective clothing that withstands repeated industrial laundry, this product is the No. 1 choice. It performs in terms of durability and robustness, even after 75 cycles, in accordance with ISO 15797 table 2, process 4. It offers: