It’s true that we spend entirely too much time on our cellphones nowadays. But technology is important part of our lives and our work day. Without it, we wouldn’t be able to accomplish nearly as much as we do in a period of time.
But the only problem is that it causes distraction, which can be dangerous. More and more people are being injured due to glass collisions caused by distraction.
That’s why many businesses are starting to invest in window films with safety distraction marks.
What Are Safety Distraction Markers?
Safety distraction markers are window films that help prevent walking collisions. Sometimes, if the surface is especially clean and spotless, it’s not easy to see a glass wall or door. Office workers on their phones or tablets may not even notice them at all and run right into them.
Safety distraction markers help prevent injury by making glass walls and doors more obvious and easy to see. A thin, sometimes decorative, line spans across the film horizontally, giving subtle indication of a physical presence. Distracted walkers see them in their peripheral vision so they recognize that there’s a wall or door in front them.
Do They Actually Work?
No studies have yet been conducted on the effectiveness of safety distraction window films. However, there have been positive results with using window film to prevent bird glass collisions. Case studies indicate that these films are very effective for bird collisions, so it’s safe assume that they could work for people as well.
Stay Compliant with Building Codes
Another benefit of window film safety distraction markers is that they can help businesses maintain compliance with the law. Laws in certain states and cities have different requirements for glass areas that are considered a safety risk. Furthermore, taking steps to improve safety could prove beneficial in the case of a personal injury lawsuit.
Get a Quote
Installing safety distraction window film is a great way to improve the safety of office buildings and public spaces. To get a quote on window tinting for your property, please contact our office.