NEW REALITY: POST-covid OFFICE

NEW REALITY: POST-COVID OFFICE
Many employees are anxious about returning to the office after quarantine. Will my colleagues infect me? Are the surfaces sanitized? Is it safe for everyone to be in the same room? When returning to an office work mode, it is important to provide your employees with the sense of security and confidence in the surrounding space.
A few words about psychology
A few words about psychology
Feeling safe is a basic human need. It arises at the intersection of three elements: physical, mental, and emotional health. Even if one of these elements is missing, a person loses confidence in his safety. So, it should be considered when adapting your office space to new standards.
Physical Health
A must of any workspace. At any times, the office should be a safe place where the probability of infection by any viruses tends to zero.
Mental Health
Employees should not be distracted by the fear of getting the virus in the office. This allows them to stay productive and focused.
Emotional Health
How to maintain emotional attachment of your employees to the company? They should be 100% sure that everything possible has been done to keep them safe.
There is no common solution for everyone
Each office is unique. Each team is special. There are no right answers and no common solutions. We are not medical experts, but we know a lot about design and layout. We have collected general recommendations and tips on how to tailor the office space to the new norms. But still we are convinced that each project requires an individual approach.
Our Goals

  1. Increase employee confidence when returning to full-time office work.
  2. Provide each employee with the opportunity to choose the conditions in which he will feel most comfortable.
  3. Reorganize space at minimal cost.
  4. Create a space which will intuitively encourage hygiene and distancing.
There is no common solution for everyone
Each office is unique. Each team is special. There are no right answers and no common solutions. We are not medical experts, but we know a lot about design and layout. We have collected general recommendations and tips on how to tailor the office space to the new norms. But still we are convinced that each project requires an individual approach.
Our Goals

  1. Increase employee confidence when returning to full-time office work.
  2. Provide each employee with the opportunity to choose the conditions in which he will feel most comfortable.
  3. Reorganize space at minimal cost.
  4. Create a space which will intuitively encourage hygiene and distancing.
Well, what should be done?
  • Increase the distance between desks or install protective partitions.
  • Limit the number of employees in one room and provide a distance of at least 1.5 meters between them.
  • Increase the frequency of cleaning, sanitize door handles, buttons, switches, remote controllers, and computer mice more often.
  • Install sensory sanitizers with antiseptics and replace regular soap with an antibacterial one.
  • Use floor markings to keep the distance, as well as reminder stickers and navigation signs.
  • Leave the doors open or make it possible to open them without touching the handle.
  • Provide conditions for easy and fast temperature measurement in the office.
  • Increase the distance between desks or install protective partitions.
  • Limit the number of employees in one room and provide a distance of at least 1.5 meters between them.
  • Increase the frequency of cleaning, sanitize door handles, buttons, switches, remote controllers, and computer mice more often.
  • Install sensory sanitizers with antiseptics and replace regular soap with an antibacterial one.
  • Use floor markings to keep the distance, as well as reminder stickers and navigation signs.
  • Leave the doors open or make it possible to open them without touching the handle.
  • Provide conditions for easy and fast temperature measurement in the office.
What else?
Kitchen and dining area
  • Organize disposable cutlery for employees.
  • Replace regular dishwashing detergents with antibacterial ones.
  • Replace common snacks with individually wrapped ones.
Common spaces
  • Increase the distance between chairs in common waiting areas.
  • Organize storage systems, partitions, and plants so that they would direct traffic in a safe way.
Additional gadgets
  • Sensory sanitizers for non-contact hand disinfection.
  • Air purification systems with dust and anti-allergy filters.
  • Non-contact thermometers for measuring body temperature.
Kitchen and dining area
  • Organize disposable cutlery for employees.
  • Replace regular dishwashing detergents with antibacterial ones.
  • Replace common snacks with individually wrapped ones.
Common spaces
  • Increase the distance between chairs in common waiting areas.
  • Organize storage systems, partitions, and plants so that they would direct traffic in a safe way.
Additional gadgets
  • Sensory sanitizers for non-contact hand disinfection.
  • Air purification systems with dust and anti-allergy filters.
  • Non-contact thermometers for measuring body temperature.
Do you have any questions or need a consultation? Our team will help you to figure it out. Call us or write at any messenger.
Do you have any questions or need a consultation? Our team will help you to figure it out. Call us or write at any messenger.
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