Many states opening brick-and-mortar operations are following COVID-19 workplace safety rules such as remaining six feet apart, establishing protocols, and requiring face coverings for employees. To help keep themselves accountable and educate both employees and customers in their space, organizations should be rolling out various types of COVID-19 office signage that visually communicate health and safety policies.

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Humans are visual by nature. In fact, we respond to and process visual data better than any other type of data. The human brain processes images 60,000 times faster than text and 90% of all information transmitted to the brain is visual. Because of this, signage should be a major part of any workplace re-entry plan.

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To reduce the spread of COVID-19 in the office, we’re sharing examples of both interior and digital office signage for workplace re-entry.

Interior signage

Whether it’s providing rules about social distancing, hygiene protocols, or cleaning and disinfecting, many workplaces need to not only implement these guidelines, but also visually convey them in their physical space.

We’ve rounded up the top 7 types of interior signage you’ll need:

Social distancing





Way finding

Safe seating

Space capacity

Sanitation station


Going digital

Apart from interior signage, organizations should also consider digital signage. An all-in-one digital signage cloud-based platform allows you to build, manage and schedule customized content to multiple displays. Primarily used to improve employee engagement, digital signage can support workplace health and safety. By sharing COVID-19 digital signage, your workplace can keep all employees or customers informed on how to minimize the spread.

What’s next?

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