As stay-at-home orders are lifted, office managers and HR teams must ensure that when employees return to their offices they are returning to a space that puts an emphasis on health and safety. In addition to adjusting schedules and enhancing cleaning procedures, proper signage and graphics play a key part in reminding staff and visitors how they can help slow the spread of the coronavirus.
There are several practical items to think about for the safety and well-being of those who enter your office or facility. Image360 is ready to help ensure your building meets required guidelines and that you're providing peace-of-mind as you resume operations.
Ideal to remind employees of necessary hygiene procedures as soon as they arrive at the office.
These barriers installed at counters, desks and cubicles and help prevent the spread of airborne pathogens.
Easy to set up and economical, these are great for conveying essential information.
Enhance flat spaces with vinyl wall graphics to remind staff of health and safety precautions.
Windows can be enhanced with access control graphics, modified hours and other communications.
Help employees follow social distancing guidelines with durable vinyl floor graphics.
Place these in high-traffic spaces to implement rules and convey information.
Banners and Flags
Announce you're open for business and welcome your visitors and employees back.
Increase awareness beyond your building and help point guests down the right path.
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This Reopening Checklist outlines essential tactics to follow when reopening, including exterior and interior signage, employee and customer communications, and other safety measures.
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Image360 is ready to help you as you prepare to reopen your business safely, and it all begins with a consultation with our visual communications experts. With a Free Re-opening Safety Evaluation, we'll review your facility to help ensure it conforms to recommendations and guidelines from local and national health agencies. We’ll discuss the needs of your business, make safety strategy recommendations, and assist with all aspects of production and installation.