Since launching its ‘Back to Work Safely’ campaign, Wrights Plastics Group hand sanitiser stations have been in high demand. And since announcing their reduced pricing to ensure accessibility to everyone, they are now in full production and ready to be distributed to public venues across the UK.
Wrights Plastics Group stock a wide range of hand sanitiser units to provide businesses, events, doctors, hospitals and public venues with a cost effective solution to hand sanitation in a bid to help mitigate the spread of Coronavirus.
This week, more stations will be deployed around the UK, with units and supplies being delivered to major businesses who are trying to get back to normal.
James Ivison, Senior Relationship Executive of Wrights Plastics Group, says, “We’ve had an unprecedented response since our ‘Back to Work Safely’ campaign launched. These continue to be very challenging times for us all and our main objective is make sure everyone who needs it, has access to sanitising facilities and protective equipment. We want to do our bit to help businesses remain operational, whilst supporting efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19.”
Wrights hand sanitiser stations include a wall mounted hand sanitiser station, a hands free sanitising station and a free standing hand sanitising station. All of which offer an effective means of cleaning hands and reducing the spread of the virus.
Why use a hand sanitiser station?
Practising hand hygiene has never been more essential. Washing your hands frequently with soap is one of the best ways of protecting yourself from contracting coronavirus. Therefore, it’s critical that businesses and public venues make hand sanitising stations easily accessible to everyone.
If you would like to see the full ‘Back to Work Safely’ range then visit their website for protective safety and sneeze screens, sanitiser stations as well as a range of sign holders, pavement signs and poster holders to make it easy for you to deliver clear safety messaging for your staff, customers and visitors.
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