For businesses still operating during the COVID-19 pandemic, finding ways to add more space to your jobsite for social distancing may seem like a difficult task. Below we break down three ways to include extra space on your jobsite to help keep your employees separated and safe as much as possible.
1. Expand Dining Areas
In order to follow required CDC social distancing space of 6 feet (2 meters) from others, you will need to add additional temporary buiding space to all lunchrooms and cafeterias. The added space will give your employees the room they need to spread out and keep distance from each other within a common area.
2. Add Work Space Dividers
By separating work areas into individual work stations, you will provide another way for your employees to focus on their project while maintaining their social distance. WillScot work stations can easily create the enclosed space your team needs with privacy shields and modesty panels that go around each desk.
3. Include More Breakrooms
Another way to keep your employees safe and abide by social distancing guidelines is to add more breakrooms on the jobsite. The extra space will help your employees keep their social distance while they take a break, recharge and get ready to go back to work.
Adding more social distancing space to your jobsite is a big step in the right direction to keeping your team safe and healthy. While you are deciding how best to expand your jobsite, explore our temporary mobile office and storage solutions that can be used for additional office, lunchroom or storage needs.