To Ensure Your Health & Safety Temperature Check Required Sign
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- Sign Reads
To Ensure Your Health & Safety; Body Temperature Check Is Required Prior To Entering; Thank You For Your Understanding And Cooperation
- OSHA 1910.1200(c)
- Shipping Declarations
Other configurations of this product are ECCN Certification and LEED Compliant.
To Ensure Your Health & Safety Temperature Check Required Sign communicates employees, customers and visitors that a body temperature check is required to enter your facility. In response to Covid-19, employers should develop a comprehensive COVID-19 exposure control plan, which includes control measures, symptom checking, social distancing, hygiene and decontamination procedures, and training. Use this To Ensure Your Health & Safety Temperature Check Required Sign to inform individuals of new regulations and the plan of action implemented in your facility.
New Matte Polyester with Low-Tack Adhesive
Designed for temporary applications of decals and graphics to most types of painted interior walls; this includes most flat, semi gloss and gloss paint finishes. These labels may also be applied to sealed wall coverings, glass and clear acrylic.
Apply to smooth, clean, dry, and even surfaces in excellent condition. Not for use outdoors or on carpet.
Low-tack up to 6 months under normal interior exposure conditions and applications. Low-tack adhesive will not leave a residue when graphics are removed.
Buyer should test for his/her intended use in non-conspicuous area before installing.
This made-to-order product is manufactured on-demand to address COVID-19 signage requirements. It can be returned only if defective per our custom product return policy.
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Keep your employees, customers, and visitors safe with proper social distancing signs.
Follow the CDC guidelines. Require customers, visitors, and personnel to wear a face mask.
Encouraging frequent and proper hand-washing is one of the best ways to prevent the spread of the virus.