Common Touch Point Stickers

Over the past few months, coronavirus has changed the way in which the industry operates. As projects return back to the workplace significant advances have been made in areas of occupation health and personal hygiene.

With coronavirus being a substantial risk on site, the project team aimed to ensure that all operatives could come to work with the peace of mind that all precautions were being exhausted to ensure that they can maintain a coronavirus free site.

The idea behind the common touch point stickers is to remind operatives and office staff that they have just touched a commonly touched surface and that they should sanitise their hands.

The sticker also acts as a reminder to site cleaners that these points need to be cleaned regularly throughout the day.

This example of best practice is just one way that projects can work to tackle the virus and reduce the spread. For full guidance and the latest Government advice read the Construction Leadership Council’s Site Operating Procedures.

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