Hi-Vis Waistcoat Orange


The Scan orange hi-vis waistcoats conform to EN ISO 20471:2013+A1:2016 Class 2.
This garment meets the requirements of Railway Standard RIS-3279-TOM Issue 2:2019
Made from 100% polyester and feature two bands of reflective tape around the torso and one band across each shoulder to maximise visibility particularly during the hours of darkness. Hook and loop strip allows the product to be fastened at the front.

  • 100% Polyester knit
  • Retro-reflective tape bands width 50mm
  • Hook and loop fastening
  • High visibility fluorescent background
  • Complies to Railway Standard RIS-3279-TOM
  • Conforms to EN ISO 20471


List Price ex.VAT £5.34
List price inc.VAT £6.41


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 SCAHVWXXLO XXL 138cm (54in) Orange linkToolbank
 SCAHVWXXXLO XXXL 146cm (58in) Orange linkToolbank


View Certificate EU Declaration of Conformity
EN ISO 20471:2013+A1:2016, EN ISO 13688:2013, RIS-3279-TOM (Orange only)
View Certificate UK Declaration of Conformity
EN ISO 20471:2013+A1:2016, EN ISO 13688:2013, RIS-3279-TOM (Orange only)
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High Visibility Clothing

High visibility garments maximize awareness of the wearer's presence even when the wearer is unaware of the proximity of others. The wearing of such garments on or near a working site is not only recommended, but is compulsory in many cases.

EN 20471

British Standard EN 20471 sets minimum standards of visual performance and durability needed for high visibility clothing worn in the course of a trade or profession and is mandatory.

BS EN 20471 provides for three classes of basic design (Classes 1, 2 and 3) and two levels of retro-reflectivity Level 1 and Level 2, appropriate to the risks in a particular occupational environment. (Level 2 gives the highest reflectivity).


RIS-3279-TOM (formerly GO-RT 3279) is a high visibility standard that only applies to the rail industry in the UK, as opposed to the EU-wide nature of other EN standards.

The aim is to ensurethat rail workers on or near the trackside are sufficiently vivible to trains approaching at speed or any other traffic. See garments marked with an icon for conformity.

Click the link below to read more.

Guide to High-Vis Clothing EN Standards