Businesses looking for quick, effective ways to protect employees and customers, as well as enhance their feeling of well-being, can now access Hands-Free Door Adapters and Sneeze Guards from Indow. These innovations help reduce disease transmission in the workplace.
Indow Hands-Free Door Adapters allow people to open doors with their forearms instead of their hands. They’re made from durable aluminum and affix to existing offset door pull handles, round door knobs, and standard lever door pulls. These door adapters install very easily, are easy to use and clean, and can be uninstalled after the COVID-19 pandemic passes.
Indow Sneeze Guards are designed for desks, counters, and other areas where people interact or work in close proximity. Durable and sturdy, they have higher clarity than glass. They can be installed anywhere with a flat surface and have a slot at the bottom for easy document or cash exchange. Indow Sneeze Guards install without requiring drilling into surfaces, so they can be moved or reconfigured as businesses change layouts.
Both product families were inspired by the Clean Practice system Indow developed for improving team safety and morale as organizations return to work. Companies can access free templates for COVID-19 response plans and implementation principles at www.cleanpractice.org. Based on Lean manufacturing principles, Clean Practice provides a participatory approach to identifying and reducing or eliminating disease transmission vectors in the workplace. Indow developed the new Hygiene Safety Products as the company worked to reduce risks for its own team.
“We have to do everything we can to protect employees and customers as we return to work,” said Indow CEO Sam Pardue. “Our team is committed to innovating and sharing our insights.”
Indow, a trusted Portland, Oregon company known for its award-winning energy efficient window inserts, is committed to making the workplace as safe as possible for everyone in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now is the time to share innovations that will help U.S. employers move forward safely.