Desk and Counter Sneeze Guards
Employees are the backbone of your business. Protect them and your daily operations a Risk Mitigation Plan and implementing Engineering Workplace Controls such as desk/counter sneeze guards to reduce airborne germ spread. Our optically clear shields are a proven physical barrier between people to stop the spread in the workplace. We have several solutions that enhance your office's safety factor, including the below desk/counter barrier, office cubicle barriers, and our Moveable Bar Topper Barrier for conference and meeting tables or counters.
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we custom-design the majority of our products.
Desk and Counter Sneeze Guard / Barrier
As part of your Risk Mitigation Plan (see below) and implementing Workplace Controls to stop the spread, this optically clear plexiglass panel provides a shield from airborne contagions. It increases employee's peace-of-mind when social distancing is less than 6' from another person. Simple to assemble, easy to clean. Expertly crafted from 6063-T52 aluminum, the modern designed legs pinch together to provide a stable base for the 25"H x 28"W crystal clear plexiglass panel. The base feet are 10" in length.
Model # 425 Desk Or Counter Sneeze Guard / Barrier
Price per unit $179 plus shipping and tax.
Economy Barriers - Protection on a budget
Designed for tight budgets, these plexiglass barriers are available in the following sizes:
Plexiglass thickness: 1/8", 3/16", 1/4"
Heights: 23.5" to 47.5" (custom height avail)
Widths: 23.5" to 47.5" (custom width avail)
Typically taller and wider barriers are more sturdy and have less flex when manufactured in 3/16" or 1/4" thick material.
Priced from $46.95 - $298.95 depending
on dimensions and plexiglass thickness
Call for your exact price.
All pricing plus shipping, free pickup
Custom pass-thru slots available in most sizes.
At Plexability Chicago, we assist with Risk Mitigation in our "New Normal". Depending on your Risk Mitigation strategy, this can consist of four or a five-step process. Let's take a look at a five-step Risk Mitigation outline. Identifying risk is an important first step. It is not sufficient though. Taking steps to deal with risk is an essential step. Knowing about and thinking about risk is not the same as doing something about risk. The risk will happen. Some good, some bad. Some minor, some major. Your ability to mitigate risk allows you to proactively acknowledge and accommodate risks. Let’s talk about four different strategies to mitigate risk: avoid, accept, reduce/control, or transfer.
1. Assume and Accept the Risk
The acceptance strategy can involve collaboration between team members to identify the possible risks and whether the consequences of the identified risks are acceptable. In addition to identifying risks and related consequences, team members may also identify and assume the possible vulnerabilities that risk presents. This strategy is commonly used for identifying and understanding the risks and the purpose of this strategy helps bring these risks to the business’ attention so everyone working has a shared understanding of the risks and consequences involved.
2. Avoidance of the Risk
The avoidance strategy presents the accepted and assumed risks and consequences of a situation or project, and presents opportunities or potential solutions for avoiding those accepted risks. Some methods of implementing the avoidance strategy are to plan for risk and then to take steps to avoid it. In our particular case of an airborne pandemic, it is difficult to avoid as it is passed by human contact.
3. Controlling Risk
This strategy works by taking into account the risks identified and accepted and then taking actions to reduce or eliminate the impacts of these risks. We do this with PPE, Social distancing, Masking, Washing hands, and implementing Engineering controls such as Plexiglass barriers when people are less than 6' apart and near each other.
4. Transference of Risk
Once controls such as company policy, procedures, PPE, Plexiglass Hygiene Shields, and Barriers are in place, the transference of the risk then transfers to employees and staff to comply with these procedures. In the case of a business dealing with the public, the transference moves to a gray area as the business can request compliance of customers to mitigate risk, however, this is relying on the complete participation of the public to help mitigate the risk.
5. Watch and Monitor Risk
Monitoring your business for risks and consequences involves watching for and identifying any changes that can affect the impact of the risk. It may require additional workplace controls such as more frequent deep cleanings, additional PPE, or adding PPB (Personal Protective Barriers) such as plexiglass shields.
Our Hygiene Barriers and Shields are Workplace Control Solutions.