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    Did you know that many buildings constructed prior to the 1990s do not use safety glass?

    Although, the Building Code of Australia has required safety glass installations in both new and renovated properties since the 90's, many older buildings are likely to have a substantial amount of plate glass installed in areas where impact could occur.

    It is important that Catholic entities, particularly schools and colleges, identify whether or not their buildings contain plate glass and implement risk controls to eliminate or reduce the risk of plate glass injuries occurring within their organisation.

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Glass Safety Fact Sheet4500Get the facts about Glass SafetyIf your building was constructed prior to the 1990s it's likely safety glass wasn't installed.Our Glass Safety Fact Sheet can help you implement important risk management procedures and reduce the likelihood of injury from broken glass.18/11/2018 12:55:16 AMOur Glass Safety Fact Sheet can help you implement important risk management procedures and reduce the likelihood of injury from broken glass Need help? Call us now on htmlFalseaspx<img alt="" src="/SiteCollectionImages/Icons%20Large%20(145x144)/icon-145x144-flyer.png" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Glass Safety Checklist4499Run a check on your Glass Safety risk controlsPlate glass poses significant risks of injury in Catholic organisations, especially in schools.Our Glass Safety Checklist asks important questions that can help you assess and improve your risk controls.18/11/2018 12:55:16 AMRun a check on your Glass Safety risk controls Identifying different types of glass Glass safety Dealing with broken glass Developing procedures & plans htmlFalseaspx<img alt="" src="/SiteCollectionImages/Icons%20Large%20(145x144)/icon-145x144-checklist.png?RenditionID=6" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />