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Safety Glass (Toughened Glass)
Any glazing or part of that glazing in a door, which is between the finished floor level and a height of 1500mm above the floor level.
Side Panels to Doors
Any glazing or part of that glazing, which is within 300mm of either side of a door edge and which is between the finished floor level and a height of 1500mm above the floor level.
Windows, partitions, and walls
Any glazing or part of that glazing, which is between the finished floor level and a height of 800mm above the floor level. Any unit that is shaded (even partially) in the diagram below must be supplied with safety glass.
Toughened glass looks like ordinary glass but receives a special heat treatment process to toughen it. It is much stronger than ordinary glass and on impact disintegrates into small granular pieces, which are not sharp, reducing the risk of injury.