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Safety Security - Pilkington

https://www.pilkington.com/en/global/products/product-categories/safety-security

The term “Safety” is applied to glazing used to reduce the risk of accident by impact, fracture, shattering, or in a fire. The term “Security” is applied to glazing, which in addition to “Safety”, is able to withstand a variety of deliberate attacks such as manual, ballistic or blast.

Safety & Security - Pilkington

https://www.pilkington.com/en/global/residential-applications/glass-applications/doors/safety-security

Safety & Security Protection from accidents Where glass is used overhead, at low level or in and around doors, windows and screens, the relevant standards must be met to protect against accidental human impact, such as children running into a patio door.

Safety & Security - Pilkington

https://www.pilkington.com/en/global/residential-applications/glass-applications/internal-partition/safety-security

Safety & Security Protection from accidents Correctly specified and installed, glass is ideal for use inside the home in a wide range of areas including doors, partitions, balconies, and balustrades.

Safety & Security - Pilkington

https://www.pilkington.com/en/global/residential-applications/glass-applications/conservatory/safety-security

Check that impact resistance and thermal safety have been allowed for in your design. It is also possible to add security glass. Where glass is used overhead, at low level or in and around doors, windows and screens, the relevant standards must be met to protect against accidental human impact, such as children running into a patio door.

Specifying for protection: Safety and Security Glass

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Recent innovations in the development of safety and security glass now ensure people can be protected from personal injury or in the most extreme cases, buildings can be protected from various forms of attack.

Frequently Asked Questions - Safety

https://www.pilkington.com/en/global/commercial-applications/helpandadvice/faq-summary/safety-faqs

Safety / Security. Pilkington Optilam ... Refer to the Building Regulations (Document N) for the classification of toughened glass, laminated glass or safety wired glass required. 9. Low level glazing - What sort of glass should I use in low level glazing locations and around doors?

NSG Group Safety Awards 2020 - Pilkington

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The judging panel was encouraged to see major safety challenges being met. They focused on significant risk reduction, wider employee involvement, transferability and the idea itself. All the projects clearly demonstrated a high level of commitment to safety, a factor that can help the Group achieve the highest level of safety in an all ...

Laminated Safety Glass - Pilkington

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Safety / Security. Pilkington Optilam ... Pilkington Planar™ incorporating Pilkington Laminated Safety Glass has been thoroughly tested for wind load, seismic movements and impact resistance. (DuPont™, the DuPont Oval, and SentryGlas ...

Guarding and protection: how to specify glass barriers

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Physical barriers should be provided where it is necessary, for safety reasons, to guard the edges of any floor including windows, galleries, balconies, skylights and other openings to which people have access, such as basement areas and any sunken area next to a building.