Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities

Bulletproof Protection and Easy Communication

Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities

Healthcare and social workers face more workplace violence than those in any other industry. And while you can’t control the outside world, you can be better prepared to deal with it.

Total Security Solutions provides bulletproof barrier systems for hospitals, pharmacies and clinics nationwide. From site survey to installation, our bulletproof experts will handle every detail of your project. Our barriers are customized to provide protection while maintaining a welcoming atmosphere and easy communication for staff, patients and visitors.

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UL-Level 1-3 bulletproof glass is recommended for most hospital and healthcare facilities. Read on to find out more about the levels of bulletproof glass.

What is Level 1-3 protection?

Security levels for bullet-resistant systems are established by UL (Underwriters Laboratory), the primary testing organization for materials used in these systems. Each level has been tested and found effective at stopping certain types of projectiles, ones most typically employed during an armed robbery. While ratings extend to Level 8, the needs of most hospitals and medical facilities are well covered in Levels 1-3, which assures protection against projectiles ranging from a 9mm Full Metal Copper Jacket with Lead Core (Level 1), .357 Magnum Jacketed Lead soft Point (Level 2), to a .44 Magnum Lead Semi-Wadcutter Gas Checked (Level 3).

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