Security is one of the biggest concerns of the people. Whether you are a homeowner or a business owner, safety is definitely the first priority for th...
Top-notch Security Solutions from Film Tek
September 9, 2014
With the recent terrorist attacks on office buildings across Europe and the Middle East, should we be worried about an attack on our workplaces here i...
How Far Should We Go For Office Building Security?
January 16, 2015
With the UK temporarily on highest alert of CRITICAL what protective measures do you have in place for staff and visitors to your business and building?
September 19, 2017
There is no getting away from the reality of terror attacks and with heightened awareness, the need to re-evaluate and adjust where necessary, the protection assured should an attack happen in the vicinity of your building and your staff or visitors.
With cities worldwide targeted, we can no longer ignore or hide away from the fact that the physical risks to unprotected buildings and staff in our cities today could be life-changing!
With building owners and managers responsible for controlling risks in the workplace and legal and commercial reasons as to why all necessary measures to at least minimise their impact should be implemented; together with the chilling Home Office statistic that 90% of damage and injuries in a blast attack a result of flying glass, we would like to offer our help and expertise in retrofit glass containment and blast mitigation window film and anchoring to provide a cost-effective and immediate solution to upgrade your building glass and glazing.
Retaining glass in the event of a blast will not only help mitigate injuries, it will also help retain the building envelope, dissipate the blast shock wave to reduce the amount of ongoing internal damage thereby ensuring your business with your staff, is up and running with the minimum of disruption and cost.
Many buildings may have had safety security window film installed some years ago, but if it is more than 10 years old, it will probably be out of the manufacturer's warranty and should be tested to ensure it will still do the job for which it was intended i.e. protect.
Many organisations set the end of warranty as the date for renewal to avoid any consequences, however, should an incident happen and the existing non-warranted film fail, building owners and managers could be held liable.
The best solution would be to have Filmtek carry out a peel test of your existing film to ensure its continued effectiveness.
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