Hi All I recently purchased a new steel composite front door with matching glass side panels and fitted the door onto a porch I had built on the front of the house. I was told by the seller that the door was made in Germany but it turns out it was actually made in Poland and already, some of the chrome components have started to pit. After fitting ceramic floor tiles over the weekend, I noticed a small amount of tile adhesive had dried on the bottom of one of the glass side panels. I got a small scraper and started to scrape it off but sadly I slipped and the scraper slid between the frame and the rubber windows gasket causing an instant crack to appear in the glass. I was shocked that the glass had cracked so easily, as there really had been very little pressure applied. I then thought to myself that surely all door glass of a certain width should be safety glass in the UK as per regulations and the glass surely shouldn't have cracked so easily and in the way that it did. It was a definite crack that started small and which eventually travelled the width of the pane. Not having a great deal of knowledge in this area, can anyone tell by the images shown if this does indeed look like safety glass or not? I ask, because all the safety glass I have ever seen cracked or smashed, breaks into thousands of little pieces, but I'm probably referring to laminate glass such as in patio doors etc. I'm trying to find out if I've been ripped off or not in regards to the requirement of safety glass. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.