Sneeze guards case study: Our top-class screens get full marks from school
As schools across the region prepare for the possibility of some pupils returning, Sneeze Guards Direct is helping to keep staff and children safe.
With the Covid-19 crisis now an issue we all need to cope with, schools and businesses are having to find ways to accommodate essential social distancing rules.
Installing glass or acrylic sneeze guards is one measure employers can take to help protect themselves, their team and their customers or students.
One of our recent sneeze guard installations was for the reception area of Bow School in Durham. The screen was supplied and installed as a donation to the school, which is the prep department for Durham School.
Bow headmistress Sally Harrod thought the protective screens would be a useful addition to the reception area, helping to protect staff, children and visitors to the school alike.
Ms Harrod said: “We are so grateful to Graeme and Glass & Mirror Solutions for their generosity. The safety of our Durham School community is of paramount importance at this challenging time and the screen is going to provide a visible protection in our reception area. We are delighted with the quality and presentation.”
Sneeze Guards Direct supplies toughened glass and acrylic screens in a range of standard sizes, and custom sizes can also be ordered on request.
A choice of portable feet or fixed brackets are supplied with the flat-pack sneeze screens, and an installation service is also available. We offer free delivery to many North East postcodes and discounts for bulk orders are available.