It’s Slow The Spread Week (who are we kidding, it’s Slow the Spread Year) of Coronavirus here at Premium Sign Solutions. So this week we’ll discuss the ways signs for COVID can help you re-open your business more safely while welcoming customers and employees back. With a focus on social distancing and consistent sanitation, we’ll be able to help slow the spread of COVID-19 together!
Slow the Spread With Signs for COVID
We all have to do our part to slow the spread of COVID-19 and keep our communities safe. It is not only a matter of individual responsibility, but something that should be collectively handled by the community through a variety of means. After all, not everyone will be fully conscientious and considerate. There will be those who are simply not informed even if they mean well. And there are some who are regrettably just unconcerned. Signs can be a great help, whether they are indoor signs or outdoor signs raising public awareness. These will also be very helpful to staff who are doing their best to keep everyone and themselves safe.
So it is important for establishments, businesses and public spaces to display accurate information about COVID-19. As well as what measures are necessary (for both establishment and individuals). Such signage will assuage concerns and help draw people back to businesses or workplaces in a safe way. Other displays will remind people of what they are required to do (wear masks, keep distance, have temperature checks) or reinforce best practices.
So this week we’ll look at:
- Ways to encourage customers to come back.
- Rules for checking in and taking temperatures.
- Signs to politely enforce distancing and paths of travel.
- Signs to promote cleanliness.
This is no joking matter and we all need to pick up the slack and be on point for everyone’s sake. So fasten your seat belts… or face masks, rather!
Looking for COVID signs? Contact Premium Sign Solutions. Southern California Sign Company based in San Fernando Valley.
For further information, the California Department of Public Health has the latest COVID-19 facts.