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Why Private Lockers Are Your Best Bet for Office Safety

As countries begin to further open its office doors during a modern Pandemic, businesses must find ways to keep their employees safe upon their return to work. Although required masks are a great first step to safety, an owner must consider social distancing and minimizing the possibility of infected surface items coming into contact with clean areas.

Additionally, since the offices had been closed off for a while, opening the premises means ensuring the site is also secured with automated gates, security cameras, chain link fencing Edmonton or composite fencing, etc. Other than this, offices may have to check for the workability of the HVAC system, plumbing, office computer systems, and other services. To achieve the same level of work productivity and efficiency as before the pandemic, these are a few of the essential tasks that a company may have to carry out.

Now after COVID, before opening up the office for employees to return in, many employers would make sure that the workspace is clean and germ free (you can read more info here about the same), thus fostering a safe work environment.

At Legacy Lockers, our finger is on the pulse of country’s grand re-opening. One of our suggestions for keeping employees safe is through personal lockers with smart locks that offer increased comfort and safety.

Here’s a closer look at how private lockers will soon revolutionize workplace safety.

Lockers Can Require Minimal Interaction

Offices, hospitals, and school districts all implement locker use with their employees. Today, many people are wary of using lockers due to the possibility of lingering germs from past users.

Specialty smart locks, on the other hand, eliminate the need for dials and buttons and vastly improve employee safety in the workplace. These lockers can be used to store equipment such as AED for office employees who suffer from heart problems, first-aid kits, and so on. And, because they are relatively safe to use, they may aid in the transmission of infections, and could be used to store all medical emergency equipment.

Your location’s lockers can easily be installed with smart locks that minimize physical contact between locker and user. Through the use of programmable RFID and card locks, entry is granted with merely the tap of a card.

Specialty Lockers Can Enforce Distance Requirements

Not only are smart locks an effective method for reducing interaction but they can also be programmed to help your office enforce social distancing requirements. With programmable locks, no longer will your locker space be a hub of crowded employees.

Business owners can now program lockers to be available at specific times for specific groups of employees. We advise you to take advantage of modern technology and program your lockers to be accessed with ample social distance between employee units. This, combined with mask requirements will effectively help you keep your employees healthy and business operating normally.

They Are Simple to Keep Clean

The veneer and wood lockers we provide to our clients are simple products to keep clean. However, diligence is required on an owner’s behalf. As long as lockers are disinfected between employee uses, your business will have a safe, clean place for people to store their belongings, isolated away from other personal items.

Enjoy Contact-Free Locks and Accessories Through Legacy Lockers

Your business shouldn’t have to worry about infected items scattered around the workplace. Let Legacy Lockers provide a private place for your employee’s personal items throughout the workday. Minimize risk and invest in the future of business safety with the help of our quality lockers, locks, and related products. Contact us today to learn more about our lockers and how to get started creating a set for your building’s specs.

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