Warehouse Safety Tips | Episode 71 | Social Distancing In Style

Social Distancing In Style

On today’s Podcast,  we’ll be covering Social Distancing – so stay tuned.

If you’re a seasoned Podcast Listener – this podcast is going to be different from most you listen to. It’s based around exactly what the name implies – Warehouse Safety Tips. And since the people in that industry are busy – we know time is money, so each episode will be as short and to the point as possible.

And now that all that is out of the way – let’s get to the Podcast!

I had to run an errand yesterday.  I’d tell you it was an enjoyable one, but I’d be lying.  The errand was visiting both the Title Department and BMV.
This was the first time I’d visited either during the Covid Pandemic – and man alive was it distanced to the max!
There were plexiglass dividers, capacity limitations, PPE requirements, sanitizers, and distancing (With directions on the walls and floor).
Even though the numbers go down now and then – there are a lot of factors that point to Social Distancing being around for a while.
As I sat waiting my turn – I did what I normally do and took inventory of what and how they were doing to follow all the guidelines.
What I saw was handwritten signs and tape fashioned into boxes for where you were allowed to stand.  Did it get the job done?  Yes.  Did it look good?  No.  In addition – it could have been much more informative.
With the In-Stock and Customizable Floor Tape and Signs that are available today – there’s no reason for doing things half-hearted.  Use Floor Tape and Signs that inform and at the same time are ready for the wear and tear of the people in your location.
As chance would have it – our sponsor of this Podcast provides all that and more.  Stay tuned for more info on how you can get yourself a sample.

Before moving on – here’s a word from one of our sponsors.

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Thank you for joining us on this episode of Warehouse Safety Tips – and stay safe!


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