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  • What are the resource implications, material and human, for …
    • protecting against infection via social distancing and hygiene?
    • routing people around the building, from entry to exit and including toilet/kitchen/cupboard/printer areas they may want/require access to?

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martin
5 months ago

Should some kind of barriers be used to prevent access to no go areas? Ie across corridor for chiropody sessions, across bottom of stairs for any activity downstairs, along Shearer room to limit access/exit to/from church worship.

Some kind of tape or band could be used, but how would it be attached in order to keep it at a reasonable level, say waist high? If free standing then it would need supports that would need storing when not in use.

Using existing furniture such as tables and chairs as barriers has a setup, take down and extra cleaning overhead.

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5 months ago

Screwfix (Gillingham) and Toolstation have some barrier related items.

Free standing post and 5m plastic chain

  • Toolstation and Screwfix
    Don’t necessarily need two posts per chain as one end may be attachable to existing item/structure, such as chair, bannister, handrail or end of pew. In some cases may not need any posts at all. Can also get pack of links that join two chains together.

Rope

Barrier and direction tapes

Signs

martin
martin
4 months ago

Signage

Interesting ….. 1.83m social distancing

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