We’ve been delighted by the positive feedback we’ve received following the recent launch of our COVID-19 products. Many businesses, local authorities and other public sector bodies have been in touch with us to find out more about our new steel stencils and hygiene stations. Initially designed for use on our own premises, these products can assist organisations to promote social distancing and good hygiene on their sites, in an effort to reduce the spread of coronavirus.
Steel stencils generate quick and easy reminders to keep your distance
Hitherbest steel stencils are a quick and easy way to produce notices reminding people to keep 2 metres apart, or to follow a one-way system, in an effort to reduce social contact and the spread of coronavirus. As a steel stencil can be used numerous times, it is also a cost-effective solution for organisations that need to display reminder notices across large sites.
Painted notices, reminding people to observe social distancing, have many advantages over paper notices or vinyl stickers. They can be quickly and easily applied to walls or floors, are weather-resistant and non-slip. Whereas tape or stickers may peel back leaving a raised edge, painted notices will not become a trip hazard.
Finally, unlike vinyl stickers which are not recyclable, our steel stencils can be stored for future use or are easily recycled.
Handy hygiene stations for high-use areas
Hitherbest hygiene stations provide a convenient place to store hand sanitiser or surface sanitising spray and towels, encouraging staff and visitors to clean their hands or wipe-down high-use surfaces such as door handles. Manufactured from polyester powder-coated steel, they can be installed indoors or outdoors and are easily fixed to walls or doors.
Hitherbest Director, Dr. Nicky Evans, said “The Hitherbest team have been really pleased by the positive response to our COVID-19 product range. We developed these products for our own site, where we use them extensively, but quickly realised that there was widespread demand from other organisations grappling with new government guidance on how to safely maintain their operations during the coronavirus pandemic. We’re glad that we could be of help.”
For more information, please see the COVID-19 page of our website or contact our sales team, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01952 632100.