Window film Makes Salt Colorado Hospitals More Safe And Comfortable
We are lucky enough to have some pretty amazing hospitals in Colorado and these places of higher healing and even learning are critically important to our community. They act as places where the sick and enfeebled are able to heal and our next generation of doctors and nurses are able to lear. They also house some of the finest doctors, nurses and administration staff in the entire state. This is why safety for hospitals is a very big deal and something for administrators to consider. One simple way to add a significant safety to a hospital building is safety and security window film. This film encompasses more safety and security benefits one may think and the repercussions are profound. Read on below to find out exactly how window film makes hospitals here in Colorado a safe place for the people in our communities to thrive.
The Safety And Security Benefits Of Window Film For Colorado Hospitals
Bomb and Bullet Resistance: The odds of a gun or bomb attack on a hospital in Colorado is pretty slim BUT, we also live in a time where this type of violence happens seemingly a random and definitely all too often. Preparing for the worst case scenario, like a bomb or gun attack is a smart approach to hospital administration and should be a consideration for any commercial space.
UV Protection: One of the most potent hazards to the health of hospital patient and staff alike are the UV rays shining right through windows. Window film blocks these incredibly detrimental rays of the sun, giving the equivalent of 1000 SPF and still allowing in natural light to help patients recover faster.
Accident Mitigation: Slip and falls into glass windows, doors and other glass fixtures at hospitals are prevalent in hospitals because of the advanced age and poor health of the patients. In order to mitigate the damage from a slip and fall, hospitals should have window film applied to all glass areas of the building: stairs, doors, windows, dividers, and bathrooms Natural Disaster Protection: notwithstandingg. The film which will then act much like tempered safety glass; causing the glass to fracture into tiny pieces and stay adhered to the film.
Natural disasters and severe storms happen all the time here in Colorado from the Rocky Mountains to the plains and with them comes a ton of damage. First among these potentially dangerous side effects from natural disasters is the sheer amount of flying glass that hurts and kills people during storms. Safety and security window films protect by keeping the glass adhered to the film and help within the frame where it can’t do any damage.
For more information on window film for your Colorado area hospital, contact Colorado Commercial Window Tinting today!
About The Author: Mike Kinsey
Mike is the operations manager for Colorado Commercial Window Tinting, the largest commercial window film company in the state of Colorado. Mike has been working in the tinting for over 15 years and has installed over a combined 250,000 square feet of window film for hotels, restaurants, retail stores, offices, and commercial properties all throughout the Denver, Boulder, Ft Collins, and Colorado Springs metro areas. Mike's extensive product knowledge, construction experience, and project management skills make him an expert in his field. In addition to overseeing all installs, Mike also is in charge of sales and customer relations for the Colorado office. He is certified by 3M, EnerLogic, and AIA for continuing education.
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