How Gyms can Safely Re-Open with Social Distancing | Marler Haley

Guide for Gyms Re-Opening with Safe Social Distancing Measures

On 25th July 2020, indoor gyms, pools and leisure centres can reopen to the public.

This will allow millions of people to get back into sport and fitness activities.

However... we must take caution and measures to ensure all gym-goers are well protected when using these sporting facilities.

Below, we'll go into more detail about how gyms can re-open with safe social distancing measures put in place.

Guide for gyms to reopen with safe social distancing measures

Hand sanitising stations for everyoneHand sanitiser station for gyms

As we all know, sanitising your hands has become the norm when going into shops.

This trend is likely to stay with us for the foreseeable future.

It's important to provide instant access to hand sanitiser for customers and staff throughout your sporting facility.

Whether that's at the entrance, exit and within different stations of your gym, it is essential especially for the users of the gym equipment to sanitise their hands after every use.

Our range of hand sanitising stations offer plenty of applications for different environments, including: wall mounted, desk, freestanding or fully automatic options.

Social distancing between equipmentsocial distancing screen divider for gyms

Gym machinery and equipment will need to be cleaned after every use.

Furthermore, the UK Government has stated in their latest guidance for gyms to reopen:

"Spacing out equipment or taking some out of service to maintain social distancing" will be another measure gyms have to carry out.

Social distancing screens make an excellent choice to create physical boundaries between machines and equipment. They also allow customers facing roles in any environment operate safely, such as the reception desk within the gym.

Display important information securely

Before anyone walks into your premises, you may want to consider displaying some important information, rules or guidance for your gym.

This can be done in a variety of ways, using:

- Window stickers
- Floor standing snap frames
- Pavement signs
- Flags

Looking for guidance on creating a COVID secure gym?

If you need some help deciding what's best to use in your premises, please do not hesitate to give us a call.

We'll have a member of the team available to assist with helpful advice and information.

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