As the country restarts manufacturing and employees return to work, efforts are being made to keep workers safe. Companies are looking for ways to implement physical distancing but oftentimes they are unable in certain circumstances. Creform (Greer, SC) has designed a way to alleviate that problem with the introduction of custom physical separators. The simple and economical frame is suitable for industrial environments to hold clear plastic barrier panels. All to help ensure a safer workplace and to help maintain social distancing. Specifically:
Alternatives to the clear plastic barrier include clear soft vinyl or even roll plastic sheeting.
All are designed to be regularly cleaned and replaced, as necessary.
The design of the structure can change based on the level of protection desired.
Where and how long the barrier will be used also contributes to its design and construction.
Built with clamped together 28 mm plastic coated steel pipe and metal joints, the structures shown are built on feet for stability and feature a small but stable base to minimize floor space required.
The unit can also be built on wheels when needed. The simple panels are lightweight and are easy to move to reposition or for work-area cleaning.