As the lockdown eases and the Government gradually allows offices to open, how confident are you that you have the necessary safety and social distancing provisions?
The Government HSE department recommends that businesses install physical barriers to assist in maintaining a 2 metre distance and to protect staff from a colleague sneezing. This is alongside provisions for staggering breaks, safeguards for internal meetings and ensuring canteen facilities also follow the guidelines.
It’s something that Graham Prince as his role as a Business Consultant has been looking at and one possible solution is through CONFCARE; a brand of the Confezioni Andrea Group.
They has devised patented, non-permanent and cost effective solutions, with its newly developed barriers that can help you and your teams to prepare to return to work and regain lost revenue to grow your business again.
CONFCARE said its systems are easy to install, lightweight, adaptable to different geometries, flexible, removable, easy to move and roll, durable plus they are easy to clean and disinfect.
The system forms a thin barrier without creating human and emotional separation with customers and other people.
Compared to other fixed structures such as plexiglass, it can be assembled without the aid of any tools. It is also removable, adaptable and mobile structure that CONFCARE said minimises the risk of spreading the infection from one person to another. For examples and images of the CONFCARE products, please click HERE.
Update: for the reopening of schools in England on Monday 1 June, Bonners Primary School were the first locally to install the screens to keep both staff and students safe.
To find out more please contact Graham on 07802 523372 or email email@example.com