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How to Implement Social Distancing in an Industrial Facility

How to Implement Social Distancing in an Industrial Facility
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Social Distancing in an Industrial Facility

Solutions for Maintaining Social Distancing
and Keeping Employees Safe

These days, facility managers can expect changes in the way they operate due to the impact of Covid-19. Preserving and maintaining the health of employees will be paramount and large portions of existing logistics and manufacturing facilities will need to be re-imagined. When it comes to social distancing readiness in your facility, here are some ideas on what to address:

· Maintain separation of transport drivers and loading dock personnel
· Reduce infiltration of external contaminants 
· Provide interior separation at work stations, break rooms, etc.
· Deploy better operational oversight and surveillance systems

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Drive-Through Loading Docks Maintain Environmental Control

At loading docks around the world, truck drivers have long been opening swing doors in the drive approach before backing up to the building. Today, exposing the contents of a truck to the external environment can be unsafe and open you up to possible contamination. There is loading dock equipment specifically designed to address this situation: vertical dock levelers, dock shelters, vehicle restraints, and dock controls.


Separate Interior Spaces with Curtain Walls and High Speed Doors

Industrial curtain walls are a flexible and customizable way to enclose loading docks, separate work spaces, help control air particulates, and more. Integrate high speed doors with curtain walls for controlled access to these areas. Capable of moving at 100 inches per second, the cycle times of Rite-Hite doors maximize environmental control by minimizing the amount of air that can escape each time the doors open and close.


At the Loading Dock and Inside the Plant, Separation Means Protection

Safety barriers have long been the standard for separating and protecting people from material handling equipment and production areas. While that remains true, barriers can also be used to create work stations, break rooms, or any other space that requires maintaining distances between people. 

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