Women’s Heavy Duty Surveyors Vest

Model# KSS502

The Women’s Heavy-Duty Surveyor’s Safety Vest includes plenty of pockets, a padded neck, and an adjustable waist.
TypeSafety Vests
ANSI RatingType R Class 2
Pockets7 Pockets
Closure TypeZipper
Reflective Material2" wide
MaterialPolyester on front with mesh on back
Bottom ColorBlack
Device PocketTablet/iPad
AdjustableAdjustable waist
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Women’s Heavy-Duty Surveyors Safety Vest

Bulky, boxy safety vests can present a hazard to women in the field. This surveyor’s vest features a better fit with all the functionality necessary for the job. It’s high-quality, highvisibility, and heavy-duty for daily use.



Comfortable, Durable, & Adjustable for the Perfect Fit



Mesh back for airflow maintains comfort during strenuous shifts or warm temps



Heavy-duty black bottom option to help keep a clean, professional appearance



Durable webbing reinforcement down front of zipper for wear resistance



Padded neck prevents pain or chafing when vest is weighed down



2” wide high-performance reflective material with 3” contrast



ANSI 107 Type R



Class 2 Compliant


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Quality Safety Wear for Women on a Mission

Choose a surveyor’s safety vest with pockets, pouches, and compartments for credentials, tools, and documentation. From reinforced zippers to highperformance reflective material, every square centimeter of this safety vest puts in the work.



Class 2 Compliant Safety Vests for Industry Pros

Class 2 vests are designed to provide high visibility in low light conditions, as well as areas where traffic may surpass 25 mph. The Women’s Heavy Duty Surveyors Safety Vest is an excellent choice for:

Construction Supervisors | Land Surveyors | Public Safety | Investigators | Emergency Responders.





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According to the National Safety Council (NSC), 2020 marked a 16-year high in work-zone crashes. The year saw 102,000 accidents, which claimed the lives of 857 people and injured an additional 44,240.

Traffic Signs And Safety at Your Work Zone | 7 Expert Tips

The Safety Standards for Signs, Signals, and Barricades as required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) offers extensively detailed guidance on best practice for traffic signs and safety at work zones.


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