Enhancing the safety & security of glass
‘Duty of care’ is a phrase that is used more than ever in contemporary society. From a basic awareness of risk to complex threat assessment, building managers must take into account the safety of people in and around the built environment.
Glass is often considered the weakest point in a building. If windows are broken during extreme weather or as a result of an unforeseen event, flying shards of glass can cause major damage and serious injury. This can be avoided by installing clear safety film that is designed to maintain the panel of glass in one piece following impact.
In the case of a break in, security film makes it harder for burglars to penetrate the glass and gain access, acting as a deterrent and protecting your family, home and/or business.
Cooltone provides a range of films to deal with the specific nature of any hazard or threat. From film designed to bring old glass up to the current Australian Standard (AS1288), to bomb blast film for high-threat public spaces, we have an advanced solution to your risk assessment.
Where to use safety & security films
The adhesive technology in safety & security films allows the film to bond tightly to the glass and therefore hold shattered glass together in the event of breakage. This makes safety films suitable for a wide range of applications.
QLD Crime Map
The below resource is provided by the QLD police service, it showcases reported unlawful entry crimes in the local government area of Brisbane. You can search your own suburb below. Its a grim reminder that even in this great state criminals are still very active.
QLD Police Crime Map