Help Protect Shoppers and Employees with Social Distancing Signs and Graphics
Even after the current health crisis subsides, business owners and consumers alike will need to practice continued social distancing in order to prevent another wave of infections.
With CDC guidelines likely being in place for the foreseeable future, and many municipalities now requiring related signage, it is important for companies to invest in durable solutions that ensure anyone entering a facility is following physical distancing best practices.
Check out the links below for the wide range of signage and graphics solutions that Image360 White Marsh-Middle River offers for helping to keep your employees and visitors safe
Have a custom need for signage in your store, office or building -- including your elevators? Let us know what your requirements are, and we can recommend the best products for keeping everyone safe.
Give us a call at 410-282-4432 and let Image360 White Marsh-Middle River be your partner in your ongoing endeavors to protect your customers and employees. By reinforcing social distancing principles at every opportunity, we can work together to keep our community healthy.
Whether it’s reminding checkout line shoppers to keep six feet apart or directing the flow of traffic through a shop floor, vinyl floor graphics are a great way to keep customers practicing proper distancing protocols during their visit.
Many retail environments are also enforcing one-way traffic rules in their store aisles to reduce the risk of person-to-person contact. Proper graphics at each end of every aisle are a helpful way to break shoppers away from their familiar routines.
While duct tape and other supplies may seem like a workable solution for identifying spacing intervals, they aren’t meant to withstand any significant amount of foot and cart traffic. Our team uses the highest-quality materials with an anti-slip laminate, which means our floor decals will not only stay in place -- but will hold up to the increased amount of cleaning you’re undertaking.
If you are limiting the number of shoppers in your store at one time, A-Frames placed outside can let shoppers know where they need to wait to enter. A-Frames are also a great solution if you are now offering curbside pickup and want to provide customers with instructions for how to contact you when they arrive.
Indoors, free-standing displays can serve as a reminder of social distancing principles as soon as customers enter, and also direct them to hand sanitizer dispensers and holders with wipes for their carts.
For your checkout stands and customer service desks, we offer several different types of plastic protection panels for creating a physical barrier between staff and customers. Easily cleaned, and available as permanent or temporary installations, they are one way to help block airborne contaminants. We can also add a cut-out area to the bottom of the panel to allow for transactions.
Has the current health crisis altered your store hours, or are you offering special shopping times for seniors and more vulnerable persons? Use window graphics to communicate your operating hours and other pertinent information to shoppers clearly from the street. Keeping customers informed allows them to better plan for their trip and potentially visit during off-peak times.