June is National Safety Month, and this year, the occasion has added meaning. Now, more than ever, safety is of the utmost importance both inside and outside the workplace. Observed annually by the National Safety Council, America’s leading nonprofit safety advocate, National Safety Month focuses on saving lives and preventing injuries, from the workplace to anyplace.
Safety is No Accident
Businesses have had to adjust their operations to protect the health and safety of their customers and employees during the ongoing pandemic. Here at Innoplast, we're proud to provide products that help businesses address these issues to ensure social distancing, slow driving speeds, careful maneuvering, and other safe practices during these difficult times. We understand that safety is no accident, so we realize the important role our products play in protecting both people and businesses.
Adjusting to Best Practice Safety Protocols
Adhering to new pandemic protocols and restrictions has meant installing barriers and protective equipment for millions of businesses. Safety guidance has varied state-by-state, but generally, social distancing of at least six feet and patrons staying in their vehicles whenever possible is suggested. To learn more about safety protocols suggested by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, visit the CDC website. Explore some of our solutions to help you guide traffic and protect the health and safety of patrons:
Next Steps to Ensure Safety at Your Workplace
To help understand which solutions will work best for your business, please contact us to discuss your specific needs with us. We'd be happy help make your decision as easy and seamless as possible. Additionally, review our other safety-related blog posts below. These resources will help teach you how to protect your people and property:
- Control Traffic Flow with Flexible and Removable Bollards
- Choosing the Right Delineator Posts or Channelizers
- Warehouse Safety: Protecting Your People and Property
- College and University Vehicle and Pedestrian Safety