- June 15, 2020
-- During the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, we must all do what we can to stop the spread of the infection. It has never been more important to observe safety and hygiene practices, especially when entering and navigating buildings. According to advice from the World Health Organisation, the risk of infection is higher in indoor environments. This means that extra measures are necessary to help all building users navigate this new environment in a way which minimises risk to themselves and others. Under the current circumstances, simply telling people what the rules are is not enough.
Entering a supermarket or other place of business these days is already a very different experience from what it was just a few months ago, and can in itself be a worrying prospect. The first thing you will likely ask yourself before going anywhere is whether it will be possible to maintain a distance of 2 meters from everybody else while you are queuing to get inside and going about your business once you are inside. This will entirely depend on the strategy and provisions made by the organisation responsible for the premises. How confident do you feel that your destination will have a practical plan in place to ensure all safety guidelines can be adhered to? A lack of confidence that such a plan has been implemented may deter people from visiting a premises altogether.
With this in mind we have launched a number of new products to help everyone get their premises ready for the eventual return to our daily lives; including getting the nation back to work and children back to school.
To view our new range of COVID-19 workplace safety products, please visit https://www.duratex.co.uk/covid-19-coronavirus