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SafetyLine Jalousie Founder Leigh Rust Asks for Support in the Vinnies 2019 Sydney CEO Sleep Out | Safetyline Jalousie

Contribute to our Fundraising Effort

Every year Safetyline Jalousie is proud to be involved with a variety of different fundraising initiatives. In the lead up to June 20, the company’s founder and director Leigh Rust is calling on friends, family, colleagues and associates to support him in the Vinnies 2019 Sydney...Read More
The York & George Project and Case Studies in High Rise Building | Safetyline Jalousie

The York & George Project (and three things you can learn from it)

Developing high-rise buildings presents an array of challenges. Window choice is among the biggest of them. Discover how the York and George project overcame those challenges with Safetyline Jalousie. The rate of high-rise building construction in Australia is on the rise. As the...Read More
Start Training Centre - Frankston TAFE Weather Proof Window for largest trade training centres in Australia | Safetyline Jalousie

Continue Your Professional Development with Safetyline Jalousie’s New Tutorial

This year, Safetyline Jalousie is launching its first CPD Tutorial on “The Benefits of Using High Performance Windows Within the NCC 2019 Framework” The NCC 2019 proposes a number of changes to increase the stringency and energy efficiency provisions for commercial buildings...Read More
Increase in Vertical School Construction Highlights Possible Future of Educational Facilities | Safetyline Jalousie

Increase in Vertical School Construction Highlights Possible Future of Educational Facilities

Vertical schools aren’t just a concept anymore. Many Australian suburbs are actively building these types of schools. Could these buildings become the new standard in educational facilities? Australia’s first vertical school went up back in 1976. St Andrews Cathedral School was a...Read More
2018 Arc Events | Safetyline Jalousie

2018 Arc Events Finish on a High

This month saw the final round of the Arc Events for 2018 with Brisbane hosting the very last one at the newly developed Howard Smith Wharves. Located under the iconic Story Bridge, the venue was the perfect setting for guests to eat, drink and relax whilst being introduced to...Read More
Falling Glass Panel from High Rise Buildings Raises Window Safety | Safetyline Jalousie

Falling Glass Panel Raises Questions About Window Safety

Recent stories related to the shattering of glass in high-rise units have created cause for concern. This isn’t a minor problem. The use of inadequate glass presents serious dangers. The rate of unit construction in Australia’s major urban hubs has increased in recent years....Read More
Double Glazed Louvre Window | Safetyline Jalousie

What’s New at Safetyline Jalousie?

At Safetyline Jalousie, we are always looking at new ways to improve our product in an effort to meet our client’s needs. Just this year, there have been three exciting developments. First, we introduced our vacuum glazed louvre. At a fraction of the size and cost of double...Read More
How Australian Architects Lead the Way in Sustainable Building Design | Safetyline Jalousie

How Australian Architects Lead the Way in Sustainable Building Design

Sustainability is a key concern in modern building. Clients want to see a commitment to environmental issues. Australia has become a world leader in this sector. Sustainability isn’t a brand new concept. It’s existed for several decades. As people become more aware of the effects...Read More
Bushfire Prone Areas | Safetyline Jalousie

Specifying Louvres in Bushfire Prone Areas

In response to the Black Saturday bushfires that devastated the state of Victoria in 2009, Australian Standard 3959 was updated and republished AS3959:2009 on 1 May 2010. The Standard specifies requirements for the construction of buildings in bushfire-prone areas in order to...Read More
The History of Jalousie | Safetyline Jalousie

The History of Jalousie

Quite often we will receive a telephone call or meet a new client that will ask, “Where did the word ‘Jalousie’ come from?” We also hear some interesting interpretations of its pronunciation! Pronounced “Jhal-uuz-ee”, the Oxford Dictionary definition is; A blind or...Read More