The safety and security of schools are on the minds of most educators today, as it is vital that plans, preventative measures, processes and systems are in place to protect all of the people as well as the property itself.
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We explored the benefits of Floor Graphics for any business in our previous blog “How to Enhance Your Interior Marketing with Floor Graphics” where we talked about how underrated and underutilised they are as a marketing tool. We still think
Every business wants to run as smoothly as possible, where employees work productively in a safe work environment and everything is as efficient as it can be. Every business wants this, but not all businesses know how to achieve it.
With the current heat wave in the UK, people are desperately looking for ways to cool down and the only advise that they are coming across is things like: Keep the curtains drawn all day with the windows open Avoid
In our last blog, we looked into bomb-blast protection window film, covering everything from what it is and how it works to the benefits it can offer and what organisations need it. To follow on from this, we now want
What is Bomb Blast Window Film? Bomb blast window film is a highly specialised window film that will absorb energy from an explosion, aiming to keep the glass in the frame to reduce injury. In the event of a bomb-blast
Slips, trips and falls are the leading cause of general workplace accidents and injuries as well as being the most common cause of workers’ compensation claims. Ranging from minor bruises to severe traumas such as head injuries or even death,
What we may consider to be minor problems can cause further problems over time, and this is a real issue for many organisations. For example, the sun that streams through the windows of your office may not seem like such
A major problem in offices that have large or many windows, is both heat and glare; heat that can create discomfort, especially for employees stationed near windows, and glare on the computer screens which can impact employee productivity. So what