Wrights Plastics responds to the governments ‘make’ programme by creating a Sneeze Screen to help Britain return to work safely

July 01, 2020

As the country begins to reopen, it is extremely important for businesses to protect employees and customers during the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. The Wrights Plastic Group Sneeze Screen allows customers and employees to feel safe in the workplace.

The protective sneeze guard is made from Acrylic, PETG, Polycarbonate or Styrene and provides barrier protection against bacteria and germs exposed from coughs, sneezes, and other fluid expectoration.

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to challenge businesses in unprecedented ways. Not only do they have to ensure the health and safety of both customers and employees, they are also facing an ever-changing regulatory environment. By adding a sneeze screen to an office or facility, business owners are taking a proactive approach to helping reduce person-to-person spread of the virus and creating a safer workplace.

The Sneeze Screen is in response to the Government's request for help with the Coronavirus Pandemic, and part of The Wrights Plastic Group ‘Back to Work Safely’ range. Furthermore, linkable screens are available to fit many different configurations of desk space to ensure employees and customers feel protected.

Freestanding Sneeze Screen

In addition to protecting people, Wrights Plastics Group is committed to protecting the planet as the demand for plastic increases during the pandemic. The company offers environmentally friendly products upon request, and in line with the latest demands around protective equipment they offer sneeze guards manufactured with ‘Green Acrylic’, offering a sustainable solution for businesses, without the worry of environmental impact.

As a leading British manufacturer of high-quality plastic solutions, Wrights Plastics is committed to getting safety equipment to those who need it in the fight against COVID-19.

"Our West Midlands facility has both the physical capacity and technical capabilities to provide protective equipment in large volume and in a short timeframe, and we are proud of our teams who are embracing new manufacturing capabilities to help Britain get back to work, safely.”

James Ivison, Senior Relationship Executive of Wrights Plastics Group

Many businesses have already started using the Sneeze Screen. Other applications include banks, pharmacies, doctor offices, auto dealerships, veterinary hospitals or clinics, leasing offices, and other businesses that don't want to modify countertops, tables, or equipment to mount their Sneeze Guard.

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