Gone are the days of stuffing as many people as we can into a kitchen, restaurant, conference room or office. Post revised Room Occupancy Signs to help social distancing and minimize crowding in the workplace.
Keep Staff and Customers Safe with Room Occupancy Signs
With these instructional signage, you can save your establishment from having overly crowded aisles, long lines, full tables or crammed rooms. Yes, these used to be the marks of bustling businesses. And it might seem counter-intuitive profit margin-wise to prefer less people inside at a time. But in the new normal tight crowds are just a no-no. It is better for business to minimize the exposure risk faced by their staff and customers. Protecting the community from COVID-19, and reducing the chances of people catching the bug, is just the right thing to do. And it’s not best for business if it spreads even more in the community. After all, health is wealth.
So remind everyone of occupancy limits. These should be tailored to an area or space’s specific dimensions. A small company pantry would have a lower limit than say a spacious balcony. Make sure your COVID-19 signs are appropriate and on point.
The California Department of Public Health has the latest COVID-19 facts and further information, and the CDC is the national authority on the matter.
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