Winsted Releases Protective Partition for Added COVID-19 Protection
Winsted says its protective operator partition is an easy-to-install solution that creates a physical barrier between operators in control rooms.
MINNEAPOLIS — Winsted Control Room Solutions has released new protective operator partitions. The new partitions were developed to bring a higher degree of safety to control room operators who are working through the coronavirus pandemic.
“Social distancing of six feet can be difficult to maintain in a control room environment,” says Winsted President Randy Smith. “The new operator partitions help create a safer setting for employees during this time.”
The new Winsted protective operator partition is an effective, easy-to-install solution that creates a physical barrier between operators in control rooms and operations centers. The partitions define the personal workspace and reinforce social distancing.
These partitions are a high-quality original equipment solution that can be easily repositioned as needed, according to the company.
The protective operator partitions are said to feature the following benefits:
- Extended height and depth for extra protection
- Easy-to-clean acrylic partition
- Temporary or permanent installation options
- Clear or frosted surface
- Smooth, bullnose edges
- Radius corners
Winsted operator partitions conform to OSHA 3990-03 guidelines on preparing workplaces for COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus. According to OSHA guidelines, engineering controls must include the installation of physical barriers, such as clear plastic guards. Winsted’s new protective operator partitions will help control room operators meet these required standards, according to the company.
“Winsted is committed to developing control room solutions that ensure operator safety and keep businesses open during this time,” Smith adds.
Winsted is a global provider of control room console solutions. Established in 1963, the company has consistently been a pioneer in product design and development. Product concepts and designs are driven by industry needs and demands, with many products suggested by customers and developed with their input.
The company states that its modular system approach has become an industry standard for all markets, and its experience developing specialized customer products enables the company to offer console and technical furniture solutions for any application.
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