This new term “Covid-19”, more commonly named coronavirus, takes possession since several weeks of all of our information’s source, thoughts or conversations. Indeed, we are living an unusual crisis impacted by the contamination of huge part of the Mondial population. After month of quarantine in many countries, life seems to take its rights back. Recently, the population has rediscovered some lost habits and appreciated the freedom regained.
However, certain sanitary measures remain indispensable for the smooth progress of this gradual return to normal. Wearing masks, social distancing or regular disinfections are an integral part of these new habits to adopt. In order to really understand the impact of these dispositions, it is essential to understand how the virus is transmitted. Transmission is said to be “human-to-human”. The disease is transmitted through the respiratory tract (cough, sneezing).
Adopting these new habits and this new way of life seems crucial in order to limit the spread of the “Covid-19” virus. But how to comply with these new measures when you resume your activity? What effective means are available to ensure the safety of your employees and customers?
The leisure parks activity generates nearly 7000 jobs and represents more than 5 million participants and visitors per year. This essential information really weighs the importance of this sector of activity.
Coming to visit a leisure park, participating in proposed activities or even optimally supervising visitors to its operation seems complex in the age of masks, gloves and barrier gestures. Physical contact is present, they seem inevitable and seem to jeopardize the good recovery of the activity of the parks.
Parchi Avventura Italiani, The Italian Union of High Adventure Routes recently released a report outlining recommendations and suggestions to be implemented in parks to reduce any risk of spread. This document proposes sanitary solutions and expose the potentials risks for any point of contact of your visitors within your park. The Ministry of Sport has also prepared a factsheet aimed at establishing new rules on health safety in leisure parks. But how can these measures be put in place? How will these changes affect the experience of my customers in my park?
In order to best identify the needs of our customers, we have studied at length the general anatomy of the parks as well as the points of contact that could entail a potential risk for the customer and the employee. From this reflection, four major axes appeared which should not be overlooked:
- The reception (protective visors, plexiglas windows...)
- Individual protection (masks, single-use gloves, disinfectant solution)
- Support for employees (protective visors adapted to the helmet, masks, gloves)
- The safety of your customers (sanitary signs, disinfection totems...)
We then imagined a range specially designed to support you in this new sanitary security approach, so that you can resume your activity with complete peace of mind. Do not hesitate to find our protections, disinfection systems and signage designed to guarantee the health of your customers and employees on our site.
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