Social Distancing Safety Floor Signs and Floor Tape
With the rise of COVID-19 or the Coronavirus, it is very important to maintain good hygiene and human separation within the workplace. When it is impossible to work from home to support your business, it is very important to take special precautions in the workplace.
With some helpful social distance marking tape and floor signs, the workplace can keep workers healthy while preventing further spread of COVID-19 and other viruses. It is important that workers are washing their hands properly and maintaining the social separation rules whenever possible.
Companies, offices, hospitals, and stores are all reliant on utilizing social distancing floor signs, so people know how to stay safe and maintain the proper six-foot distance. Hospitals in particular utilize our signs to maintain proper separation at elevators and washing stations.
Check out our line of social distancing floor tape to improve safety in your workplace and slow the spread of COVID-19.
Our Social Distancing Signs
Some key social distancing safety signs and tape to check out include:
- Heavy Duty Maintain Distance Floor Sign – Social Distance Floor Sign
- Please Keep Safe Distance Strips – 4” x 36 – Packs of 10
- No Entry Beyond This Point Floor Sign – Social Distancing Floor Sign
- Employees Only Floor Sign – Social Distancing Floor Sign
- Stop the Spread Floor Sign – COVID –19 Floor Marking – Heavy Duty
- Please Wait Here Floor Marking Sign – Social Distancing Floor Sign
Please consider using our shapes, signs, and social distancing tape to keep your employees healthy. During flu seasons and virus outbreaks, it is very important to stay calm and to follow government health safety recommendations.
Contact Us Today for Social Distancing Tape from OHDIS
Reach out to us today to begin implementing these important social distancing signs in your workplace! It is vital that we follow these guidelines to keep everyone healthy and slow the spread.
For more helpful tips on preventing the spread of viruses in the office or warehouse, please refer to OSHA's very helpful guide: OSHA3990 Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19.