Regulations & Standards
Window films are often overlooked as offering little more than tinting to your glazing, however modern films offer an incredible range of features and capabilities protecting you against UV rays, sun glare or even flying glass from a bomb blast.
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The following regulations, guidelines and standards are laid down by a range of organisations and show just what a valuable asset and investment professionally installed window films can be.
Part of the Workplace Regulations 1992, Reg 7 stipulates that employers must maintain a comfortable temperature in the workplace through all seasons, and window films can help achieve this with solar control for summer sunshine that also insulates against winter cold.
A further part of the Workplace regulations outlining the requirement for all workplace glazing to be impact resistant and clearly marked to prevent accidental collision and injury; easily achieved with anti-shatter safety window films and window manifestations to make it clear glazing isn’t open space.
MI5 Security Advice
MI5 publish some simple advice on critical considerations for owners of high risk properties or buildings in high risk or built up areas that highlight the value of bomb blast protection window films, especially now that so many insurers are adding terrorist attack clauses to their policies.
The Glass and Glazing Federation offer detailed advice and recommendations on utilising a range of safety, security, bomb protection and anti-shatter window films to reduce damage and injury from flying glass.
Whatever your requirements for window film throughout London, Birmingham, Leeds, Sheffield, Bradford, Liverpool, Manchester, Bristol, Wakefield, Cardiff, Coventry, Nottingham, Leicester, Sunderland or Brighton, get support from an expert team that knows how to make sure an installation helps you meet statutory requirements and health and safety compliance; contact us today to arrange a survey and quotation with one of our expert team.
Carbon Reduction Commitment
Carbon Reduction Commitment is an initiative from the government which brings in the UK’s first mandatory carbon trading scheme and started in April 2010. It covers large non-energy intensive business and public sector organisations.
Window films can play a huge role in helping reduce energy waste in the workplace, with solar control and heat reduction films able to reduce air conditioning costs as a great example enjoyed by companies across London, Kent, Essex, Surrey and Sussex.