With flu season approaching, restaurants will soon have more to contend with than COVID. It’s time to double down on sanitizing. To keep customers safe, each establishment should follow a simple set of sanitation guidelines (Read our Transforming Your Restaurant to Meet Social Distancing Standards blog post to learn more).
New sanitization challenges, unfortunately, mean purchasing new equipment to get the job done. And while restaurants might keep gloves and hairnets in stock on any given day, new items—like mask signage and floor labels—are now just as essential to keep on hand.
The Basic Supplies
We all know the importance of facial coverings and how they keep customers and staff safe; however, we haven’t all formed the new habit of remembering to put on a mask before entering a building. We need a little reminder. “Facial coverings required” stickers and signs on doors leading into your restaurant can provide that friendly reminder that helps customers and staff form healthy habits that keep everyone safe and your restaurant open.
Many restaurants have rearranged their floor plans to safely accommodate their guests. These arrangements might mean spacing out tables, creating outdoor patio seating, or closing off certain areas. For some establishments, built-in or permanent seating isn’t as easily moved. dIn these cases, it’s essential to notify customers about which seats are open and closed. We offer durable “This space is open/closed” double-sided signs made from laminated vinyl that can be disinfected and reused.
Besides seat labeling, restaurants and businesses should also provide social distancing signage to help customers evenly space and move around. Made with a permanent adhesive for a longer-lasting hold, our floor signs come in various styles, sizes, and colors.
Besides satisfying your health and safety inspector, sanitization stickers set your customers at ease by showing them that your business takes sanitization seriously. These stickers feature a removable adhesive that leaves less residue compared to average stickers. Labels indicate the date, time, and employee information to help staff know who sanitized a specific surface and when they cleaned it.
Find the Right Sanitization Solution for You
For more information on products that can help your customers and staff stay healthy, contact your foodservice distributor. Otherwise, place your order through our website.