Stay Safe and Seen with Exceptional Value Hi Vis from Enfield Safety
On sites with moving machinery or vehicles, high visibility workwear (also known as hi vis clothing or hi viz) is non-negotiable. Low light conditions and bad weather can decrease visibility even further. It’s vital that at-risk teams are kitted out with high-standard visibility workwear to keep them safe.
High visibility clothing works by using a mix of fluorescent material and reflective strips to increase visibility. In a commercial or industrial setting, hi vis clothing must comply with the EN471:2003 specification. As an employer, it is your duty to provide this equipment free of charge to any at-risk workers.
To help you meet your duty of care, at Enfield Safety we stock a wide range of high vis clothing which is fully compliant with the specifications of EN ISO 20471. Take a look at some of the great value options featured in our 2020 Autumn/Winter Essentials.
Don’t forget, all hi visibility clothing must be suitable for the task and the worker. Check out our hi vis safety check list and hi vis standards explained to make sure your hi vis is up to the task.
Looking for high quality workwear at exceptional value? Contact our safety champions today to talk through your hi vis workwear requirements. Speak to the team on 0333 003 5710.
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