New Standard for High Visibility and How it Applies to Gloves

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The new ANSI/ISEA 107-2015 now includes high visibility standards for optional accessories – gloves, arm/leg bands and headwear/hoods. This means that if you want to meet the standard, your PPE should be made using ANSI-107 compliant reflective and fluorescent materials. Learn what to look for, what it means and how to stay safe at work.


Derek Coughlin has been in the safety industry for 17 years and has held positions for major safety players in the industry. As previous Sales Manager responsible for the Canadian automotive market for a large US firm, Mr. Coughlin expanded his knowledge and collaboration abilities with key companies in construction, manufacturing, automotive and more; he then brought his expertise to Superior Glove Works, where he currently manages the GTA Territory and also acts as Automotive Specialist for North America. Mr. Coughlin is a sought-after expert in safety product recommendations in the industry and has helped reduce thousands of injuries across North America.

Katie Aune has over 16 years of experience with reflective materials and she has worked in the Scotchlite Design Lab Services group at 3M for over 4 years. She spent 5 years as an active member of the ISEA committee for the ANSI 107 standard and continues to be involved today. Katie has expertise in construction and industrial wash markets and experience with garment manufacturing, garment development, standards testing, sales, garment evaluation, and helping customers select the right product for their application and materials. She also coordinates on-site visibility demonstrations to show you how effective your garments are in your workplace environment.
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