The identity of Jackloc’s very special FIT Show guest was finally revealed to be none other than Her Majesty The Queen. Her Royal Highness joined the window and door restrictor specialists on their stand for Big Tuesday to celebrate the firm winning the most prestigious award in UK business, The Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation 2017.
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At Jackloc, we are serious about safety. Our original window restrictors have been used in buildings around the world. They are designed to prevent window related accidents and reduce the risk of falls. From large public sector buildings, like schools and hospitals, to privately owned homes and small businesses; Jackloc can significantly reduce the risk of serious accidents.
Leicestershire-based Jackloc, creators of the original range of universal window and door restrictors, and recipients of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation 2017, will be bringing their range of award-winning cable restrictors to this year’s FIT Show.
There’s been cause for celebration at Jackloc this month, as we have just been awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category. Such prestigious recognition is a huge reward for all the years we’ve spent developing our safety restrictors. With the highest profile seal of approval, we hope to further extend our already extensive customer base. Developing a product which saves lives on a global scale is an extremely worthy cause of which we are enormously proud.
Leicestershire-based Jackloc, creator of the original, award-winning universal window and door cable restrictor has been recognised with the most prestigious award in UK business, The Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation.
Established over five decades ago, the awards have propelled UK businesses onto the world stage with an internationally-renowned symbol of excellence. Awards are presented by Her Majesty The Queen on the advice of the Prime Minister and an Advisory Committee, comprised of the Head of the Civil Service and representatives from government, the private sector and the Trade Unions.
Every year on the first week in April, a number of institutions and organisations share information and promote awareness for National Window Safety Week. The aim is to educate home owners and organisations on how to ensure windows are being used safely.
Jackloc window restrictors provide a vital safety feature in both public buildings and private residences. The original Jackloc cable window restrictor was specifically designed and engineered to restrict window access and reduce the risk of falls. It restricts window opening to a maximum of 100mm, rendering it improbable for any person or child to fall through. The current product range includes a choice of universal key lockable restrictors, permanently fixed cable restrictors, push and turn restrictors and the new, folding key-lockable window restrictor.