Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT) panels are a relatively new construction element of the international construction industry. In Brazil, the manufacture of this technology started about ten years ago. The use of this innovative construction element in the country is still limited. For this reason, many of those who are first introduced to the material express several doubts regarding its applicability. Thus, this paper sought to analyse this type of panel in terms of safety performance, as this is the fundamental requirement of any building and one of the essential premises to guarantee its stability, as well as the safety of the user. The proposed verification was carried out according to the Brazilian technical standard ABNT NBR 15575: 2013 – Residential Buildings – Performance. For this, the following laboratory tests were carried out in one specimen of CLT wall panel: soft body impact, hard body impact and determination of the resistance of the panel to the demands of suspended parts. At the end, it was found that the panels tested met the minimum requirements and criteria established by the studied standard.