It’s more than plexiglass and 6 feet. Before you put up the partitions, check with the code.
One day you are in the office mingling by the espresso machine, then the next you are receiving a FedEx package with your company-issued laptop and cellphone. Covid-19 has thrown us all for a loop, but as the curve flattens, we are seeing more and more employers opting to bring people back into the office with safety precautions and a new floorplan. But before you breakout the partitions and the plexiglass, make sure egress and your emergency action plan are a top priority.
In a previous Decoder article, we broke down 5 things to consider for COVID-19 workplace design, but as the situation has evolved, we are seeing more ways that workplaces are changing. Many of these changes are concentrated to building access points and egress, and it is important to make that offices follow life safety codes and are ADA compliant.
Before you start installing the plexiglass and adjusting your entryways, make sure you check these things:
To conclude, before you purchase all of the latest technology and Covid-19 office design trends, be sure to pay attention to the building code, especially fire codes. If you need assistance with making sure that your office is up to code, contact the experts at Outsource Consultants.
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