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Custom ANSI Safety Vests

Opentip supplies quality ANSI safety vests, which protect workers from all kinds of dangers on their job site. For roadway of public safety use, the safety vests should meet the standard of ANSI Class 2 vests, which can effectively keep workers safe during working.

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Opentip's ANSI safety vests are allowed to be customized with company logo, text and other messages. You can print your personalized pattern on these safety vests, to create unique workwear for workers.

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Why Workers Need ANSI Safety Vests?

High visibility ANSI class 2 safety vests are rated by the American National Standards Institute. In order to provides safety regulations and guidelines for workers and ensure workers have the tools they need to perform their job, their workwear should meet such requirement. Workwear for workers in construction and on the roads are required to be made of enhanced visibility and reflective material. ANSI Class 2 vests are commonly used for construction, traffic directing and surveying, so that the workers can keep eye-catching in day and night.

Prevention of Traffic Accidents

Every roadside worker is required to wear quality an ANSI safety vest, as the worker should be working around moving traffic. There is no doubt that lots of accidents have been recorded due to the neglect of roadside workers by drivers. Therefore, roadside workers, who are exposed to vehicular traffic, need to wear such hi-vis safety vest, which can effectively avoid most of traffic accidents.

Standard Hi-Vis Characteristics

ANSI/ISEA 107 have governed the characteristics of hi-vis safety apparels, including color and performance class. Different classes of ANSI safety apparels are suitable for different work environments. Those who work along roadways and highways are often required to wear either class 2 or 3 hi-vis safety gear. Compared to class 1, class 2 or 3 clothing should meet higher requirement.

Different Classes of ANSI Safety Gear

ANSI class 1 safety vests have low visibility requirements and are suitable for common community service workers.

ANSI class 2 safety vests require higher visibility than Class 1 vests, requiring them to be seen from a great distance. All workers who are required to work on the road must wear a class 2 safety vest.

Class 3 safety apparels, like reflective shirts or coats, further enhance visibility and are suitable for use in dim lighting or harsh weather conditions.

FAQ about Custom Safety Vests

1. How much does a custom safety vest cost?

The cost of your custom vests depends on type of item, quantity, logo, imprint color, imprint location, and so on.

2. How can I get a quote?

Please check the quote online or send us an inquiry by mail.

3. How to send my artwork?

You can email your artwork to art@opentip.com or directly upload your file online.

4. Is it possible to order a sample vest?

Yes, we're happy to send sample products to our customers. If you would like a pre-production sampling of your personal design, you need to contact us about your personalized requirement.

5. How soon will I receive my order?

In most cases, it takes roughly 5-7 business days to have your products printed. And it takes 7-10 business days to ship via DHL global mail. If you have a deadline, please let us know then we will check if we can expedite.

6. What imprint methods do you provide?

Screen printing / heat transfer vinyl / offset print.

7. What are the vests made of?

Our vests mostly made of lightweight and breathable fluorescent polyester fabric.

8. Will the design crack or fade if the vest is machine washed?

Yes. Please hand wash. NO machine.

9. Can I order different product colors with the same design?

Yes. Please let us know by mail if you have any questions when placing order online.

10. Is there a minimum order for vests?

There is no MOQ.

11. What's your return policy for custom items?

We cannot accept returns or exchanges of customized items. Please visit our terms of use for more information.

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