The first day of school is a rite of passage experienced across generations, bringing to mind memories shared of backpacks loosely fitting on narrow shoulders, painful new shoes that need breaking in, a friend made on that first day, the bell and announcements, and the fear of starting out into the wide, wide world all on one’s own.
Teaching today’s students the skills they will need to innovate in the hyper economy of tomorrow, many agree that one thing will be critical to their success—the ability to innovate.
Offices have their share of germ zones—handles frequently touched, buttons pushed by many different fingers, the water cooler, the coffee maker; it’s a list that seems to have grown longer with a pandemic. Alongside your sanitization practices to keep your office team safe, you might also consider office sneeze guards which could help minimize the spread of germs and viruses (1).
Maintaining six feet of distance from others can be challenging in certain situations. Classrooms, especially in schools with large populations, are one such example.
Life in 2020 has been far from normal, and there have been plenty of new rules for businesses and government entities to follow just to keep operations going. Acrylic sneeze guards are one piece of equipment organizations have turned to keep staff and customers safe.
If you are like many organizations, you’ve recently installed some sort of acrylic sneeze guards in your office, business, shop, restaurant, school, etc. To keep them looking and performing like new, it’s important to clean and sanitize them properly. Most of us are used to cleaning glass surfaces, but the methods and products we use to do so will ruin acrylic and polycarbonate surfaces in a hurry. Here’s how to do it right.
With many restaurants beginning the reopening process, it is important to remember the safety protocols the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has put into place. It is critical to follow these protocols if you want to keep your customers and employees safe. The transition back to in-person dining can seem daunting, but if you follow all of the guidelines and implement social distancing barriers such as restaurant sneeze guards and informative signage, the transition will likely be easier than you think.
Keep reading to uncover some quick tips for deciding where to install restaurant sneeze guards and signage within your restaurant. Our recommendations will provide you with sensible solutions for protecting both your employees and patrons.