covid-19

It is a strange question. After two years it does feel strange to not wear a mask in public spaces. Though COVID does not seem to feature as much in the media it is still infecting and causing problems.

The latest disease to get airplay is the monkeypox, and I am certain that after that has gone, there will be many more.

It does make sense to take a closer look at the workspace as and when you plan on changes to door furniture or signage. Antibacterial, door furniture, for example can prevent many viruses. antibacterial handlesThese simple changes can future-proof your work area, school or hospital as they do not need replacing and carry on killing bugs as the clever material is manufactured to do so.

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Safety signs can also make a difference in helping to prevent a wide range of bugs.

Attention all staff and visitors Catch it, bin it, kill it floor graphic 400x600mm Manufactured in 5: Miscellaneous . Size, if applicable 400 x 600 mmHelp keep your work colleagues as safe as you can by initiating simple changes as and when the choice become available. That way the next outbreak will have less effect and the masks can stay off.

 

In the United Kingdom, the end of the current pandemic restrictions are currently ending in June. Many more people are returning to work in offices and factories.

We need to be aware that with the ensuing multiple congregations at the workspace that there could still be risks from mutated viruses and future bugs.

Office workspace future protectionFor work areas with plenty of space the solutions are a lot easier and for compact spaces not so much.

Use of screens at places where staff gather will help keep infections at bay.

Canteen glass scrreensDuring the COVID-19 situation technology has progressed, and we now have New door handles and seating that are both antibacterial and inexpensive to implement.

Staff working in proximity now have glass or perspex screens that offer added protection.

Reception glass screensSneeze screens also help stop future flu and common colds from being transmitted. Lower staff sickness and days lost.

Stericore door furnitureProtect your staff from future outbreaks. Plan now for future disruptions. Responsible actions now will help us all return to normality faster.Decrotive glass screens at a doorway Decorative glass panels at a door entrance.

COVID-19 protection items designed to be attractive. Still relevant after this virus has finally gone!

If any of the above products are of interest contact Merlin Industrial Products Ltd

Be safe at work

There have been reports of over 60 suspected Covid outbreaks in offices in the first 2 weeks of the current 2021 lockdown in England as many businesses are asking employees to still come into offices rather than work from home. Our acrylic desktop protection screens reduce the risk of airborne germs between colleagues whilst still enabling them visibility, and new for 2021 our acrylic fixed desktop screens, free-standing screens and screen toppers are available with new brackets for enhanced stability.

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Protective Screen Solutions

The modern office is going to have to adapt to ensure employees can maintain social distancing guidelines and limit the risk of airborne germs between colleagues. Dams is a Cabinet office approved supplier of compliant products for back to work solutions, and we’ve updated our Protective Screens catalogue for 2021 featuring our desktop and floor screens designed to make the workplace Covid-secure.

Like the Flu it is envisaged that Covid will be with us for a long time with possible annual injections. Please stay safe and be aware of your own personal safety.

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Covid-19 related products https://merlin-industrial.com/product-category/safety-products/covid-19/