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Week of October 14, 2019

Hydration and Electrolyte Replacement in the Winter

Hydration is just as important in the winter as it is in the summer.  Realizing that you are dehydrated when it is cold outside is more of a challenge.  We perspire underneath the layers of clothing that keep us warm in the winter.  Perspiration is absorbed by our clothing and we think we sweat only when it is hot outside.  That is so far from the truth!  When in an industrial setting in the winter months we need to be more aware of hydration.  We tend to drink less and dehydration is less obvious.  We are more prone to accidents in the workplace while operating machinery or working at a job site when we are dehydrated.  Be aware of this possibility and remember that the temperature outside is not as important as the temperature inside of your body.  To combat dehydration, look at the All Natural Sword Electrolyte Replacement products here! 

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Safety Vests

Be Safe and Be Seen on the Road or Highway With a Class 2 or Class 3 High Viz Safety Vest with Reflection for Protection on the Job.

Safety Vests fall under the High Visibility Apparel Safety Standards that are established by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA).  These standards set the guidelines for selection and the use of high-visibility safety vests. Visibility can be one of the biggest dangers on a jobsite. High Visibility vests is protection that workers need for their safety.

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Choosing the right safety vest is made easy by the ANSI Guidelines.

ANSI/ISEA107-2010 Classifies a safety vest as Class 1, 2 or 3. Their Classifications falls under the General Purpose Safety Apparel -ANSI/ISEA-107-2010 Standard. It specifies Class 1, Class 2 and Class 3 High Visibility Garments which represent 3 different levels of visibility.

Class 3 Vests are the most visible and are used for the riskiest environments

Class 2 Vests are slightly less visible and are used for moderate risk environments

Class 1 Safety Vests would be used in the least risky environment. 

The level selected depends on factors such as the weather conditions of the working environment, the speed of the traffic, the volume of the traffic along with the road conditions where the workers are assigned.
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