In preparation of the re-opening of workplaces we have compiled a range of practical aids to help keep staff safe when they return to work.
COVID-19 Business Essentials Range
Our COVID-19 Business Essentials range comprises a range of signs, banners, posters, protective screen and stickers that can be used in a variety of applications. It includes products to be used for social distancing, health and hygiene information plus notices to advise when businesses will be re-opening.
Social Distancing in the Workplace
Government advice is making it clear that social distancing is here to stay for the foreseeable future. In order to assist with implementing this practice in the working environment we have available a range of social distancing signs, posters, floor graphics and other products to remind staff of the 2 metre distancing rule.
Plus, just launched are a selection of protective screens that can be used in a wide variety of outlets including shops, warehouses, office spaces and factory floors.
Health and Hygiene
We can also supply guidance posters for hygiene and health including hand washing notices and COVID-19 alerts. Plus, free standing and wall mounted hand sanitising units.
Let Your Customers Know You Are Back!
For companies who are planning the re-open after a period of forced closure there is a range of literature that can be used to inform customers of the date of their return. In addition, for all those companies who are selling more online or offering delivery services we have lots of ideas to support these changes.
You can select from a range of generic designs that can be used free of charge. Should you wish to include your own branding and content our design team can create that for you for a nominal artwork cost.
Please Take a Look
To view the range of generic artwork we have available for our COVID-19 product range please click the link below.
If you have any PPE requirements, you can download our current PPE product range here.
To access current government guidance to help employers, employees and the self-employed understand how to work safely during the coronavirus pandemic please go too: