COVID-19 Signs, with the Coronavirus in ‘Phase 2: Smarter Controls’ within the UK it is vital that everyone is aware of what actions they need to take in order to keep themselves and others safe.
As employers you have a duty to protect your staff, customers and the visitors to your premises and the best way is to provide key Coronavirus protection and Coronavirus stay safe signs around your premises. Prime Signs provide a range of vital signs for you to display around your premises to ensure your business is working to the Government Guidelines published on 25th May 2020. As well as social distancing signs we also supply and install the sneeze guard screens to your existing shop counters as well as temporary branded barriers.
Please call us to discuss your needs directly. As we are currently working on each project we will have more examples of our work to share with you. In these uncertain times we can guarantee you, as always, economic solutions and a professional service. We look forward to working with you and providing all your Covid-19 Secure signage.
The guidelines for Social Distancing (updated 25th May 2020):
- You must maintain social distancing in the workplace wherever possible.
- Where the social distancing guidelines cannot be followed in full in relation to a particular activity, businesses should consider whether that activity needs to continue for the business to operate, and, if so, take all the mitigating actions possible to reduce the risk of transmission between their staff. Mitigating actions include:
- Further increasing the frequency of hand washing and surface cleaning.
- Keeping the activity time involved as short as possible.
- Using screens or barriers to separate people from each other.
- Using back-to-back or side-to-side working (rather than face- to-face) whenever possible.
- Reducing the number of people each person has contact with by using ‘fixed teams or partnering’ (so each person works with only a few others).
- Social distancing applies to all parts of a business, not just the place where people spend most of their time, but also entrances and exits, break rooms, canteens and similar settings. These are often the most challenging areas to maintain social distancing.