Back to School PPE

With Schools scheduled to open in June 2020, now is a good time to start thinking what type of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) your education establishment  will need in order to maintain safety and more importantly, comfort in a safe teaching space.

 

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) COVID-19 guidance for ...

Recommendations say the following is a must and should be visible for both children, teachers and parents to actively use while on school premises - 

Hand Sanitisers

We have sourced a range of Hand Sanitisers that are eco friendly, and gentle on the skin being alcohol free.  It is made using a highly sophisticated process using Electrolysed Water which in essence, disinfects to kill up to 99.995% of germs, bacteria & viruses.  Suitable for use around family, pets & food preparation areas.  They come in large 5L cans perfect for refill stations and topping up any antibacterial travel bottles too.

eco friendly alcohol free hand sanitiser 5l perfect for refill stations

We do also stock an 80% alcohol based hand sanitiser 5L can perfect for those refill stations dotted around school grounds - 

Our portable travel pack hand sanitisers can be given out to staff and children alike -

 

Another great essential item is a portable Face Shield or Visor

Transparent and easy to slip on, it allows children to see each others' faces and be more visually interactive with teachers in the classroom.  This can be customised in different colours and even include your school branding too.
Finally gloves provide an extra layer of protection for teachers and general personnel for everyday use - 

 

Powder Free Nitrile Gloves (pack of 100) - PPE Supplies UK

These also come in the recommended clear vinyl gloves too - 

 

Limited stock of our large tub of 1000 antibacterial surface wipes perfect to have children wipe down surfaces, desks and toys after use - 

1000 antibacterial surface wipes large tub

 

Please click here for further GOV.uk guidance on Coronavirus (COVID-19): implementing protective measures in education and childcare settings.