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Spectrum Industrial helps businesses to be socially safe

Social Distancing is at the top of mind for many at the moment as we face this current pandemic. Spectrum Industrial, manufacturer of safety signs has developed and extended their range of Social Distancing and Safety Signs.

Many businesses are currently staying open, they are classed as essential for the general public and they are now having to put measures in place to help protect their customers, visitors and staff.

It is vital that the public support these businesses and adhere to the guidelines they provide. Social Distancing and Safety Signs are a simple way to communicate instructions and guidance to visitors on any premises. Supermarkets, Pharmacies, Banks, Pet Shops, Post Offices, Petrol Stations, Vets and health care providers can all put these simple measures in place quickly.

“We have worked hard to develop our range to suit our customers needs so they can react quickly and get these measures in place to help keep their customers and staff safe” says Paul Kantecki, Managing Director. He continued: “These signs will help provide a constant reminder to customers / visitors on premises and guide them to adhere to 2m / 6ft social distancing advice provided by the government.”

Spectrum offer a wide selection of social distancing signs including anti slip floor stickers and strips, wall signs and entrance signs and the full range can be viewed on their website. However, if customers can’t find what they are looking for or have bespoke requirements, Spectrum Industrial can easily make these designs to order at their manufacturing facility in Doncaster.

To help support businesses, Spectrum Industrial have also created a guide providing useful information and tips during this time.

To download your copy visit www.spectrum-industrial.co.uk

For more information about Spectrum Industrial and their product range visit www.spectrum-industrial.co.uk or email sales@spectrum-industrial.co.uk

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