The Kodak Business Centre is situated within 50 yards of the Buncefield Oil Depot, where the blast happened early on Sunday morning. All the windows in the centre were blown out, although the full extent of the damage is unknown.
Kodak says that none of its motion picture film stock was damaged at the company's warehouse - situated 150 to 200 yards away from the explosion - and the company insists it's "business as usual". Broadcasters including the BBC and ITV have already been assured that Kodak's film stock delivery is unaffected.
Emergency contingency plans were put into place on Sunday and a week's supply of motion picture film stock for all Kodak's market segments, including documentaries and feature films has been delivered from its Chalon factory in France to a temporary warehouse outside the exclusion zone.
Of the 280 mainly sales and marketing staff based at the site, 230 have been instructed to work from home until further notice while 50 have been relocated to Kodak's Harrow site.