How Reflective Wear Reflects a Deep Scientific Approach to Development

What you may not realize is just how much science goes into creating reflective wear.

Helping Prevent Accidents Between Forklifts and Pedestrians

Forklift accidents continue to be a concern on many work sites across the globe. The hard and unfortunate fact is forklift accidents result in approximately 20,000 injuries and 100 people being killed a year.1 Let’s explore some ways forklift and pedestrian accidents occur and how to help avoid injuries resulting from these accidents. The top causes of forklift and pedestrian accidents include:2 Operator and pedestrian negligence Speeding/rushing Distractions while operating a forklift or by the pedestrian Poor maintenance Environmental factors Engineering Controls Engineering controls to help prevent these accidents include separation techniques, such as building dedicated pedestrian aisle ways, interactive

Biomotion + Retroreflectivity = Being Seen Better in Low Light

Wrists, ankles, knees and torso. Those are the key locations where runners, bikers and construction workers should wear reflective material to help be the most visible.

ANSI/ISEA 107-2015 Made Easier

To help our customers better understand the impacts of the new updates, we have created ANSI/ISEA 107-2015 Made Easier: A quick reference guide for high visibility safety apparel. Download your copy today!

New Turnout Gear Trim Made with 3M Scotchlite Helps Firefighters Move

As firefighters’ jobs have evolved, so has their need for high-performance gear that holds up to demanding service calls with extreme conditions. 3M™ Scotchlite™ Reflective Material — Series 5600 Fire Coat Comfort Trim is a segmented, stitch-free trim