Protect your workforce against infections

Office Furniture Products that provide workers with added protection when working in close proximity side-by-side or face-to-face.

Our extensive range of products including Perspex Screens, Acrylic Screens, Desk Screens & Sneeze Screens will help protect your workforce and Clients against Coronavirus and the spread of infections, ensuring a safe working environment.

Elm Workspace understand the importance of taking necessary measures to protect both customers and employees against Coronavirus. Social distancing is one of the most effective measures to avoid spreading the infection, we have teamed up with some of the UK’s leading office furniture manufacturers to offer you an extensive range of products designed to give office workers added protection when working face-to-face.

  • Extensive range of products to protect office staff from spreading air transmitted infections from sneezing, coughing, talking on the phone etc.
  • Products are in stock for immediate delivery
  • Free standing desk and floor screens available in fabric, glass and acrylic to suit most office and breakout environments
  • Products are easy to fit/install making them a much cheaper alternative to rearranging your complete workspace
  • Our products including Perspex Screens, Acrylic Screens, Desk Screens & Sneeze Screens have been designed to for easy clean and maintenance



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    If you are an employer looking for office products to help reduce the risk of the spread of bacteria whilst protecting your staff, download our product brochure which outlines our range of Perspex Screens, Acrylic Screens, Desk Screens & Sneeze Screens.

    Our products protect both employees and customers against infection

    See below some helpful tips to help protect your staff against the spread of infection.

    Ensure all staff are aware to maintain 2m apart and if possible introduce one way routes through your building to reduce the chances of staff crossing one another. Internal doors should be left open and entry systems that require skin contact should be disabled where possible to reduce the risk of contamination.

    Encourage staff to remain at their own desks whenever possible and to communicate with colleagues over the phone or internet where possible, rather than moving around the building unnecessarily.

    Refrain from visiting local shops or cafes at lunchtime – instead staff should be encouraged to bring their own lunches and remain at their place of work for breaks. Where possible breaks and lunches should also be staggered to avoid over crowding of canteen & kitchen areas.

    To maintain a high level of hygiene and reduce chances of contamination within all aspects of the workplace only paper towels should be used for the purposes of drying hands or kitchen utensils. Strictly no fabric towels or tea towels should be used during this time. Any fabric towels/tea towels within the workplace should be removed to reduce the chances of accidental use.

    Ideally, toilets should be used by one person only or as few as possible (a traffic light card system on the door could help to remind staff). Disinfectant spray should be readily available in all communal areas and staff should be encouraged everyday to spray taps and sinks after use in the toilet and kitchen areas.

    It is advisable to supply each staff member their own small bottle of disinfectant, paper towels and hand sanitiser and encourage staff to spray their desk and equipment morning and evening. Where machinary or communal equipment is involved a bottle of disinfectant and paper towels should be available for users to clean the equipment down after use ensuring the work area is clean for the next user.