January 2020 Newsletter
Glass Security Screens used in Doctors receptions, help with protection for receptionists who may be at risk from a random attack and can be quickly protected with Glass Security Screens and without loss of the traditional welcome as shown above.
Traditional structured buildings can also benefit from glass Security Reception screens. The brushed stainless steel of the posts compliments the oak beams of the building. A glass locked entrance door along with a hinged desk opening has all been designed around the original desk. This particular installation shows how the screens allow light to flow through.
Time has shown that now, Reception Staff in Primary schools have a need for Glass Barrier Screens.
The screens are designed not to be intimidating to the young pupils. The Glass Barrier Screens allow natural light to flow through and along with security also helps in the reduction of draughts. The Glass Barrier screen shown here has low level speech gaps and a lockable hinged hatch to allow packages to be passed through.
Staff at this hospital felt vulnerable with waiting patients in the A & E area late at night.
With the installation of Glass Barrier Screens using toughened glass helps eliminating an attack late at night and has given the staff more confidence. Transaction gaps have been positioned to allow forms to be passed through. A quote from the senior member of staff was ‘we should have done this years ago’.
A request to supply Glass Reception Screens to this new doctor’s surgery was made.
The Glass Screens have been designed around the needs of the practice. Purpose made, manufactured and installed, all with the approval of the acting Practice Manager.
The Practice Manager is now going to install at their other three practices.