At 4imprint, we know team members' safety while carrying out hazardous tasks is important for any organization.
The International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) has for over 80 years been the recognized leader in setting and continuing to develop voluntary safety standards. Their work is overseen by The American National Standards Institute (ANSI). For more information about which standard is more appropriate for your work environment, ANSI/ISEA standards can be easily found online.
The ANSI/ISEA Z87.1 standard sets out performance requirements for eyewear used as personal protective equipment. The standard details a variety of tests and assessments that can be applied to a design, dependent on the planned usage and potential hazards. Marks indicating which hazards a pair of safety glasses protects against will always be found on the glasses.Shop all Better Choices™ products meeting these Eyewear Protection standards
The ANSI/ISEA Z89.1 standard sets out performance requirements for headwear used as personal protective equipment enabling you to keep associates safe from on-the-job risks. The standard details different levels of protection termed as 'Types' and 'Classes' depending on the risk present in the work environment.
The ANSI/ISEA 107 standard sets out performance requirements for materials used in high-visibility apparel such as t-shirts and jackets. The standards detail different levels of visibility, termed as 'Types' and 'Classes' that are required depending on the work environment.