products to help you return
L&S Office Protective Screen Solutions
L&A Office are selling a number of protective screen solutions to ensure a safe working environment. Below are a list of the types of screens that L&S Office have in stock.
Desk mounted high screens - Fabric
Desk division floor standing screens - Fabric
Screen toppers - Printed
Desk division floor standing screens - MFC
Free standing 2-sided high screens - Fabric
Desk mounted high screens - Acrylic
Free standing high screens - Acyrlic
Screen toppers - Acrylic
Free standing high screens with cutouts - Acrylic
For more information on the above Protective Screens please click here
Clear polyvinyl protective desk screens
Their clear polyvinyl protective screens with aluminium frames protect against infection in a wide variety of settings including offices, dining areas, breakout spaces and all public places. The screens are fire retardant and anti-microbial to reduce the risk of airborne germs between colleagues and visitors from sneezing and coughing, to aid compliance with social distancing requirements whilst maintaining a high level of visibility.
For more information on the above Clear Polyvinyl Protective Desk Screens, please click here.
Update from Adur & Worthing Council
PET Clear Screens for sale - Subway EPS
Subway EPS have just started selling 220mic PET clear screens, at 2000mm x 850mm wide for £85 + VAT. 2000mm x 1000mm wide for £95 + VAT.
These screens are cheaper and bigger than perspex and as floor standing can be placed between work benches. They can be wiped down and easily moved around creations sections of safe areas.
Chamber members recieve a 10% discount! Click here to view members offers page.
For more information visit www.subwayeps.com
Get back to business safely....with the Type II 3 Ply Face Mask
Single use, type II, lightweight 3 ply disposable face mask, with elasticated straps. Helps to prevent large particles expelled by the wearer from reaching others in their environment. Suitable for civilian day to day use. Conforms to: EN14683 type II standard.
From £0.59 based on 2000 pieces
Low minimum order quantity of 50 masks (1 box).
For more information click here
Chamber members receive a 10% discount! Click here to view the Chamber members offers page
IR Forehead Thermometer - member offer
The Electronic Temperature Instruments Ltd (ETI) R & D team have been, and still are, very busy developing a RayTemp Forehead IR Thermometer. It was our aim for this product to be in production by now however, due to technical issues and applying for the necessary Government approvals, this hasn’t been possible and we are now, looking to release this product in late June/early July.
In the meantime, due to unprecedented demand, we’ve been able to source a quality IR Forehead Thermometer from a well-established existing supplier which is CE1639 approved (manufactured in accordance with Class II EU Medical Device Directives 93/42 EEC) and is suitable for measuring the body temperature of adults and children of all ages. As lockdown restrictions begin to relax, many businesses will be looking at temperature technology to help keep their employees and customers safe. The IR Forehead thermometer is ideal for checking the temperature of employees and customers in offices, shops, warehouses, schools, restaurants etc., and can also be used at home for family members. We have limited stocks of this product arriving in early June which we will be offering exclusively on our website (maximum five units per customer) with a further shipment scheduled to follow in late June. Please help us to spread the word by sharing our social media posts relating to this.
The official requirements to return to the workplace and a practical approach to managing this return.
As more businesses prepare to ask staff back to the offices, it is clear that, not only must they manage the physical separation now required to keep them safe, but also offer reassurance to all who may be feeling anxious when using communal spaces such as shared kitchens and toilet facilities, or simply when entering the building. The threat of the virus is real but the threat to our mental health is perhaps more so as we return to our workplaces.
The Government has now issued clear rules regarding what must be adhered to when staff return to work, and for most organisations it is going to unfortunately be both disruptive and an unwelcome expense in the current climate. At Mocha, we have been through the 32 page document with a fine tooth comb and have assessed that the following key points issued relating to office and call centre workers are:
A link to the complete document can be found here