Glass Manifestation Regulations
Due to reports of people injuring themselves by walking into glass walls back in 2018, an important issue was brought to public attention; safety markings on glass. For any large glass door, wall, or installation in a public place, there is a legal requirement to ensure the glazing is marked sufficiently with manifestations to let people know it’s there, and prevent them from walking into it.
Glass Manifestation Designs
While regulations for glass manifestation do dictate where and when manifestation should appear, there are no requirements as to how the design should be. This means you have flexibility when deciding on your design, you could incorporate your business’ logo or go for a standard design such as lines of dots or squares.
If you want your glass manifestation to have both image impact and good see-through vision you should choose a design that is broken up colors and patterns as solid blocks of dark colors will make the one-way vision less effective.
Social Distancing Signs
Contra Vision one-way vision film can also be used to communicate key safety messages about social distancing to keep the public and staff safe. The perforations in the film allow staff and members of the public full vision out of a building so they can safely exit without bumping into people entering the building.