Waddington Educational Resources Pty Ltd
Code FAVR - First Aid Vest Regular Size (up to approx. 102cm chest - approx. M to L adult in-store size)
Code FAVL - First Aid Vest Large Size (up to approximately 137cm chest (approx. L to XXXL adult in-store size)
Code VR - Vest Regular Size (no print - up to approx. 102cm chest - approx. M to L adult in-store size)
Code VL - Vest Large Size (no print - up to approximately 137cm chest (approx. L to XXXL adult in-store size)
All meeting Australian Standards for
High Visibility D/N Garments AS NZS 4602.1-2011_A1-16 2016 Amendment
Are you using hi-visibility vests in your workplace bought before 2017? Do your current vests have a label without Australian Standards mentioned? If you answered YES to either or both of these questions, then you should be updating your vests immediately!
2 Sizes to fit all - Regular or Large. Tod Waddington is modeling the Regular sized vest which is comfortably
loose fitting for his body size. Tod stands about 180cm tall in these photos and has
100cm chest. If he was wearing more clothing, the vest will expand slightly at
the velcro-like fastening. The clever built-in fastening allows approximately
3cm adjustment either way of size thus accounting for smaller people and larger
people. Therefore, getting back to Tod's model example, if you have a larger chest/waist measurement
than 105cm, you will most
likely need the Large size. Vests must be loose fitting enough to
allow for ease of movement and layers of clothing underneath. These vests have a
unique double width velcro-like fastening to allow widening or closing tighter,
thus allowing for a standard in store size either way. This means the Regular
size vest can close tighter for smaller sized people whilst still complying with
the minimum high visibility garment visible area, or expand slightly for larger
in-store size. The Large size vest also has this flexibility. It can close tighter
for in-store XL and fasten in its widest state for an approximate XXXL in-store
Complying with the NEW Australian Standards for High Visibility Garments AS NZS 4602.1(including Dec 2016 Amendment) as well as European Standards for day time and night time use. The fluorescent yellow-green colour of these vests meet the required surface area and the highly designated chromaticity level for day time use, as well as more reflective material than the minimum required under the standard for increased low-light and night time safety.
The First Aid printed version (as show above) instantly identifies the official first aid persons at your site without having them look like construction workers. Colour and print panels comply with Australian Standards for first aid recognition and signage. Rear "First Aid" lettering visible from a long distance. Smart first aid green trim edging. Night-time high visibility reflective 5cm CE certified safety striping front and back. Even during daylight, these vests 'light up' when in front of light source (as shown above). These vests exceed the minimum reflective area for high visibility vests according to the new Australian Standards or High Visibility Garments AS NZS 4602.1(including Dec 2016 Amendment).
We also have traditional corporate style vests in stock - click here - Large size remaining.
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