COVID-19 Signage Guide: EDUCATION & CHILDCARE
Protect your staff, students and visitors. Signs and Visual Graphics are an important part of germ prevention awareness and education. They communicate the importance of hand washing and cleaning procedures as well as traffic flow and directions to make your business run smoothly and efficiently. From building access signs to safety and social distancing cues SIGNWAVE® has the solutions to keep your business going. As businesses and organisations are reopening, it is important to incorporate custom signs and visual graphics that strike a balance between consistent branding and function. Don’t be stuck with cookie-cutter COVID-19 compliant signage that disrupts your aesthetic. Make sure your essential signage extends the look and feel of your brand. SIGNWAVE® can develop a graphics package based on your business needs PLUS integrate your logo and company colours so you can stay on brand. Take advantage of this opportunity to stand out and build confidence with your customers.
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Let’s BE BE COVIDSAFE keep that cough MAKE MENTAL COVIDSAFE under cover. HEALTH A PRIORITY. together Now Open For clients Always cough or sneeze into your arm or a tissue and put the Eat well and keep active. Stay in touch by phone We need to all keep making COVIDSafe tissue in the bin straight away. Wash your hands with soap or video calls and seek help if you need it. choices to help stop the spread. and water for at least 20 seconds afterwards. Together we can help stop • Keep physical distancing in public spaces. Together we can help stop the spread and stay healthy. • Practise good hygiene. the spread and stay healthy. • Protect others and stay at home if you’re unwell. If you’re experiencing For more information about Coronavirus Find out more at australia.gov.au (COVID-19) visit health.gov.au cold or flu-like symptoms speak to your doctor about getting tested. • If you haven’t already, download the COVIDSafe app. Together, let’s BE COVIDSAFE. Visit health.gov.au for more information. Simple steps to help reducing the Keeping stop the spread. risks for older Your distance. australians Cough or sneeze Use a tissue Help stop the spread of coronavirus by keeping your distance. into your arm Help protect those most at risk of Coronavirus. Remember, don’t shake hands or exchange physical greetings. • Limited access to aged care facilities apply. Wherever possible stay 1.5 metres apart and practise good • Check in with elderly neighbours. hand hygiene, especially after being in public places. Together we can help stop Together we can help stop the spread and stay healthy. the spread and stay healthy. Advice regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) will change regularly. Keep up to date. Advice regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) Visit health.gov.au will change regularly. Keep up to date. Visit health.gov.au 1.5M Bin the tissue Wash your hands Together we can help stop the spread and stay healthy. For more information about Coronavirus (COVID-19) visit health.gov.au Authorised by the Australian Government, Canberra AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT | Custom sizes available
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Please keep Do you feel sick? AVOID 2 metres apart HANDSHAKES 2m If you are sick or have been sick within the last 24 hours, please DO NOT ENTER. Please call or text to arrange for a health scan 555.123.7446 COMPANY LOGO HERE MASK REQUIRED HEALTH & SAFETY POLICIES | Custom designs & sizes available
Safe Working Environment: Education /Schools /Daycare ;; Examine all employees and children for symptoms and have ;; Display proper signage if staggering class days or A/B Team scheduling is temperatures taken daily before being admitted to work or attend implemented to avoid confusion. school. ;; Implement one teacher per classroom where feasible. ;; Use kerbside signage to designate student drop off/ pick up locations and proper social distancing. ;; Practice student social distancing when possible, e.g. recess, after school/ care pick-up. ;; Address and display maximum occupancy levels (Max number of students per facility vs. number of people per square metre). This ;; Display germ prevention/handwashing posters in all bathrooms. should be done in conjunction with any state or local mandates. ;; Offer contactless payments for where possible. ;; Use door signs that show that only children and staff should be permitted in the facility. ;; Direct parents to wear face masks if there is any interaction required with staff. ;; Utilise wayfinding signs to direct students one way throughout hallways. ;; Implement strong procedures for sanitising surfaces, toys and equipment and display germ prevention posters. ;; Display cleaning logs to ensure proper and timely cleaning occurs and to communicate procedures to students and faculty. The content in this document is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice. It is intended to offer guidance regarding best practices as prevention and support to re-open businesses. It is not intended and should not be used as a substitute for advice from federal and state health agencies and other professionals regarding COVID-19.
Overall Workplace Safety The following are 10 steps all workplaces can take to Workplaces should conduct a COVID-19 risk CHECKLIST: swa.gov.au/coronavirus reduce the risk of exposure to Coronavirus: assessment and have a Covid Safe plan in place. What can I do to keep my workers safe at the 1. Encourage workers to stay home if sick. You can register your business as Covid Safe through your local government website. workplace and limit the spread of COVID-19? 2. Encourage respiratory etiquette including covering coughs and sneezes. NSW 1. Working from home If not possible, require they meet in a large www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/covid-safe-businesses space and keep meetings short. 3. Provide a place to wash hands or alcohol based Consider relevant state or territory advice hand rubs containing at least 60% alcohol. QLD Review regular deliveries and request www.covid19.qld.gov.au/government-actions/ and assess if working from home is 4. Limit worksite access to only essential workers if approved-industry-covid-safe-plans reasonably practicable for your workers. contactless delivery. Check systems for possible. e‑invoicing are in place. SA Provide guidance to your workers on how 5. Establish flexible worksites (telecommuting and www.covid-19.sa.gov.au/recovery/create-a-covid- Provide social distancing markers on the flexible work hours/staggered shifts). safe-plan to set up a safe home work environment (see, for example, SWA’s working from floor in areas where customers line up or 6. Discourage workers from using other workers’ WA home information and diagrams). where workers perform tasks. phones, desks, or other work tools and www.wa.gov.au/government/document- equipment. collections/covid-safety-plan-and-guidelines Require workers to complete a Nominate a person on the work floor 7. Regularly clean and disinfect surfaces, equipment VIC self‑assessment checklist to ensure they to be responsible for keeping everyone and other elements of the work environment. www.business.vic.gov.au/coronavirus-covid-19/ comply with good ergonomic practices the required 1.5 metre distance covid-safe-business/covid-safe-plan (an example is Comcare’s Working from apart in accordance with the latest 8. Use approved cleaning chemicals with label home checklist). government requirements. claims against the Coronavirus. Appoint a contact person in your 3. Handwashing and hygiene 9. Follow manufacturer’s instructions for use of all cleaning and disinfecting products. business that workers can talk to about Have hand sanitiser stations at entry and any concerns. 10. Encourage workers to report any safety and exit points and around the workplace. health concerns. Set up ways to communicate with workers Ensure bathrooms are well stocked with Face coverings have been shown to be effective online (e.g. through Skype or Zoom) and tools to mitigate risk from individuals who show communicate with them daily. hand wash and paper towel. symptoms as well as those who don’t, especially in close environments where it’s hard for people to Provide information to workers about the Put up posters with instructions on how to maintain social distance. supports available to them, for example hand wash/hand rub. More information can be found at Safe Work through an employee assistance program. Australia www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au Instruct workers on other ways to limit 2. Physical distancing the spread of germs, including by not Put up posters around the workplace touching their face, sneezing into their elbow, and staying home if feeling sick. on keeping at least 1.5 metres distance between everyone at the workplace. Have automatic alerts set up on computer Erect signs at the entrances to lifts and systems to remind workers about washing hands and not touching eyes, nose meeting rooms to ensure the maximum and face safe capacity is not exceeded. Instruct your workers to limit contact with Move work stations, desks and tables in others– no shaking hands or touching staffrooms further apart to comply with objects unless necessary. social distancing. If possible, accept only If possible, bring in shift arrangements so cashless transactions. less staff are in the workplace at once. Increase access to closed bins in Instruct workers to have meetings by your workplace. phone or online instead of in person. Put up signs to request customers only touch objects they are going to buy. The content in this document is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice. It is intended to offer guidance regarding best practices as prevention and support to re-open businesses. It is not intended and should not be used as a substitute for advice from federal and state health agencies and other professionals regarding COVID-19.
The content in this document is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice. It is intended to offer guidance regarding best practices as prevention and support to re-open businesses. It is not intended and should not be used as a substitute for advice from federal and state health agencies and other professionals regarding COVID-19.
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COVID-19 Signage Guide: EDUCATION & CHILDCARE