American National Standard for High-Visibility Safety Apparel and Headwear
ANSI/ISEA 107 was developed by the International Safety Equipment Association in response to concerns that American workers who are exposed to low visibility hazards are not wearing appropriate visibility-enhancing apparel. The original standard was published in 1999 and was the first nationally recognized safety standard in the United States for visibility concerns. The current version of the standard was published in 2004 and addresses additional issues such as garment breathability that were not considered in the original edition. The revised version of the standard also expands the product coverage to include high-visibility headwear and includes additional testing procedures for knitted fabrics used as background material.
Blauer manufactures a broad range of ANSI 107-2004 certified safety apparel. Look for the ANSI logo or sort by ANSI in our technology section to quickly identify which of our products are ANSI 107 or ANSI 207 certified and eligible for grant funding. Visit the Grant Information section of our website to learn more about grant opportunities in your area.