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  • Sash window restrictors: Upgrading the safety of heritage buildings

    Heritage buildings are subject to all manner of regulatory requirements. Large public period buildings such as town halls, stately homes, and heritage hotels must meet stringent health and safety regulations to ensure all occupants and visitors are protected. Strict rules also govern private residential heritage homes, usually related to planning permission rights and renovation regulations.

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    17 quick questions to check that your building is health and safety compliant

    Health and safety is one of the most important considerations for a business owner today. Whether you’re responsible for health and safety in a care home, school, or hotel; protecting your employees and occupants is paramount. Health and safety legislation can be complex. To get you started, here is a quick checklist to make sure that you are compliant and help you focus on what needs to be done first.

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    What to consider when sourcing window restrictors for uPVC windows

    Window restrictors save lives. By restricting a window’s opening capacity, window falls can be avoided. Window restrictors don’t need to be an integral part of the window’s construction. They can easily and securely be retro-fitted to all types of window. When you want a universal window restrictor, look no further than Jackloc.

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    What types of window can Jackloc be used for?

    The simple answer is, the Jackloc can be fitted to any type of window. Its versatility is one of the main reasons for its global popularity. When safety is paramount, in schools, care homes, hotels, and high-rise apartments for example; the Jackloc’s universal functionality is the perfect solution.

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