Accidents are part of life. Sometimes, someone bumps into the table and knocks over a glass of water. There’s really no way to avoid it. But when accidents happen at work, the mess is a lot bigger. Instead of dealing with a puddle of water, you’re dealing with insurance companies, injured employees, and expensive repairs.

That’s why it’s so important to take steps to prevent accidents before they happen. Luckily, this isn’t so hard to do. With a security window film for your Salt Lake City business, you can easily improve the safety of your workplace and prevent accidents.

How Security Window Film Prevents Accidents & Injuries

No one shows up to work expecting to wind up in the hospital later. But accidents happen. Even in an office, where there’s no dangerous equipment or heavy labor involved, people can still get hurt.

That’s why security window film is a choice that makes sense for Salt Lake City businesses. With security window film, you can help reduce the likelihood of accidents and injuries in your workplace, and keep your employees safe.

How does it work, you ask? Great question! The best way that we can explain is, it’s like adding a big invisible shield to your building. Once it’s attached to your windows, it strengthens and reinforces the glass held inside. This way, if a piece of construction equipment, flying rock, or someone’s foot hits the window, the glass won’t break. And, ultimately, no one gets hurt.

Where to Put it in Your Building

Security window film can be installed on almost any hard, flat surface. However, we recommend adding it to accident-prone areas like:

  • Restrooms and drinking fountains
  • Bars, break rooms, and kitchens
  • Swimming pools and fitness areas
  • Large exterior windows
  • Glass doors and entries
  • Skylights and atriums
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    Mike Kinsey is the head of operations for Salt Lake Window Tinting, one of the largest and most highly regarded window film companies in Utah. For the past decade, Mike has been using his extensive product knowledge, construction experience, and project management abilities to recommend window film solutions that help property owners achieve their architectural goals. From helping customers fight climbing energy costs to implementing effective security and branding solutions, Mike does it all. He oversees every project from start to finish and is the main point of contact for customers. Mike is certified by 3M, EnerLogic, and AIA for continuing education and is well-versed in the nuances of both commercial and residential installs.