If you work in retail, you’ve probably heard the expression that “The devil is in the details.” As cliche as it may be, the saying is only so well known because it holds true for so many different types of merchants, brands, and service providers. Especially in today’s digitally connected world, businesses are pressured to take great lengths to “wow” prospects and gain their business. In this article, we look at the commercial safety products that ultimately help businesses create a positive first impression with potential customers. Things like floor mats, uplifting decor, and legible signage may seem simple, but psychological theory holds that these elements have a cumulative effect on whether or not a potential customer will convert upon entry.
Whether aiming to improve visitor safety or simply looking to show you guests some appreciation, commercial umbrella stands are a cost-effective investment that is easy to use and maintain. Simply put, these specialty umbrella stands create value. Though a subtle gesture, offering guests and umbrella bag shows your business cares about both safety and service. There are a variety of stands at different price points, making it easy for property owners to select a quality product that is both affordable and effective. Visit this article to learn more about commercial umbrella stands and key factors to consider when purchasing one for your place of business.
What type of umbrella stand is right for your place of business? In this guide, we explore a few of the most popular models. At the premium level, auto-wrappers are available to give guests a high tech way to wrap and stow their umbrella. A more middle-road option, combo umbrella racks are a commercial-grade version of the traditional “umbrella can”, providing 12-24 different vertical spaces for guests to leave their umbrella during store visits. Most simple and economical is the umbrella cylinder, a traditional looking can in which umbrellas can be left vertically. Learn more about these different models in this guide, and invest in a solution that will keep the floors of your property dry during the rainy days of spring.
Perhaps you seen wet umbrella bag stands at the entryway of your favorite hotel, mall, or grocery store. But do you know how to use them? In this practical guide, we look at the different styles of umbrella bag dispensers (yes, there are more than 1!) Then, we explore the best ways to use the products effectively, without slipping and falling in the process. A quick-read, this guide is a good introduction to umbrella wrapping products for anyone who has heard of the product but might be uncertain how unique models differ in function.
Each year, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) publishes tips for crowd management safety for retailers. This year, OSHA released a statement encouraging all retail outlets to review in-store strategy for preventing accidents and protecting individuals during busy holiday shopping events (i.e. Black Friday). Visit this article for a summary of OSHA’s release, including tips for planning, controlling, and satisfying large crowds of customers. The holiday season might be over, but crowd management is still a safety concern!
Looking for a way to keep your facility safe this spring? Focus on rainwater accumulation to prevent accidents, according to the facility safety experts at Umbrellabagger.com. Sub-standard floor surfaces are a primary contributor to slip and fall accidents, according to studies published by American insurer CNA, leading property owners to invest in products that keep floors safe for guests. In addition to conventional commercial matting, businesses are wise to invest in umbrella wrappers and/or stands to prevent additional rainwater from being tracked past the entryway and across facility floors. This spring, property owners earn unparalleled savings on Umbrellabagger.com, as the company has announced free shipping and a 100% Price Match Guaranteed on all products sold online.
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is a governmental agency that is responsible for improving the lives of American workers through setting and enforcing certain standards. Those standards help to improve working conditions while also maintaining safety and improving the overall health of the American workplace long-term. Originally created by the Department of Labor in the 1970s, OSHA remains one of the U.S.’s leading agencies for improving workplace safety. Learn more about OSHA by visiting their website, OSHA.gov.