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High-Visibility Safety Apparel, Construction

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High-Visibility Safety Apparel, Construction

Even with the best planning and most comprehensive temporary traffic control devices in place, workers must be visible to oncoming traffic or risk deadly consequences. If workers are exposed to the dangers of traffic and heavy equipment in a work zone, they must wear high-visibility safety apparel (HVSA). Whether working day or night, HVSA provides safety by grabbing the attention of motorists, and equipment operators, to ensure they notice the crew members working in or near the work zones.

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MUTCD - Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices

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Night Work HiViz Toolbox Pamphlet

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High-Visibility Safety Apparel in Highway Work Zones

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Construction Zone Safety: Our Responsibility

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Hi-Vis Purchasing Tips by Fastenal

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Weeklysafety.com exclusive safety meeting topic that provides clarification on high-visibility safety apparel required for work zones, including the difference between Class 1, Class 2 and Class 3 garments.

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