First – this isn’t one of our Tagg Clean-Hands® Sanitizing Stations, but unlike most stands you see around it shares a design element: the stop sign.
That stop sign is the single most important element in an entrance-way hand sanitizing station. It draws attention to the sanitizer, sets expectations for use and is visible over people’s heads – when it’s not slowly being covered up and obscured like this one.
Why did things get to this state? What impression does this give about the bank’s dedication to the health and safety of its clients and staff?
And most curiously, how long until that poor stop sign disappears completely?
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