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Don’t Touch Me: How COVID-19 is Changing the Way Consumers Interact with Businesses
Since March and going forward indefinitely, the customer experience now includes this question: Does doing business with this company put me at greater risk of getting sick?
COVID-19 created a new world in which more people realize how everyday actions can spread germs and viruses. For the foreseeable future, companies will have to take several steps to help customers feel safe and to minimize the spread of COVID-19 and other diseases.
The Impact of Minimizing Contact Touch-points on the Spread of GermsThe new normal in the post-pandemic world is that more people will think about how everyday actions can spread germs and viruses. This preoccupation will not be limited to germaphobes. Here are 4 easy ways to help employees and visitors avoid touching the same surfaces eliminating the spread of germs.Read now
How do I use the StepNpull®?
We open so many doors in a normal day, the motion is automatic. The only difficulty we may have is knowing whether to push or pull a door open, or if the door is too “heavy.”
Of course most people’s experience is using their hand to open doors. More and more, people don’t want to touch a public door handle with their hands, especially restroom doors. So that habit has been altered for many. Some grab the door handle with a paper towel. If paper towels aren’t available, a shirt sleeve may be used.
The automatic motion of opening a door with hands is also disrupted when a person is carrying items and can’t easily grab the door handle.
Coronavirus Makes Americans More Sensitive to GermsThere are early indications COVID-19 will be around for a while. So even as we loosen restrictions, our preoccupation with germs will remain for the foreseeable future. Take steps now to minimize touchpoints.Read now
Will I lose my balance while using StepNpull?
Opening a door with your foot may sound unnatural at first. Some who have not tried may expect to lose their balance. While this may be true with other foot-activated devices on the market it’s not the case with StepNpull, and here’s why…
5 Steps to Safely Reopen From COVID-19 Lockdown
After two months of quarantines and stay-at-home orders, governments are slowly lifting restrictions. People are emerging from their COVID-19 hibernation. Businesses are cautiously reopening.
Over the next several months, stores will invite customers back inside, though not all at once. Temporarily shuttered service providers will be allowed to reopen provided they adhere to new safety requirements.
Employees who spent the last two months working exclusively from home will return to their cubicles in the offices they share with dozens, hundreds, or thousands of co-workers.
Is StepNpull ADA Compliant?
A common question that arises when people are discussing our sanitary foot-operated door opener is one regarding ADA Compliance. "Does our foot operated door pull meet ADA Compliance Guidelines? And is it important?" In short, if you are a business of any kind your facility should meet minimum accessibility for your employees, customers, and anyone else who could walk through your doors.
“Missouri-Made Product On The Front Line In The Fight Against Coronavirus”A Springfield-based company that aims to reduce the spread of germs, cross-contamination, waste, and increase accessibly in the workplace has seen interest and sales surge exponentially in the wake of the global coronavirus pandemic.Read now
Why ADA Accessible Compliant Door Pulls Matter
In today’s world, it’s important to accommodate everyone that could try to enter your facility. Accessibility is commonly overlooked, but is easily manageable. Offering ADA accessible and compliant door pulls, adjusting the door closer and even the swing speed are all easy modifications businesses can make to ensure they meet ADA compliance requirements.