Falcon Foodservice Equipment is now manufacturing hand sanitiser stations to support businesses as they get back to work with enhanced hygiene measures in place.
With the Covid-19 pandemic putting the emphasis on employers to provide a safe and hygienic environment for their staff, the company has created a product that is ideal for locating in any kind of workplace.
While the product is likely to be popular with catering suppliers in the brewery, education and healthcare sectors, it can also be used in general office environments.
The dispenser is designed for five-litre bottles or smaller, pump-action hand sanitisers, and contains a COSHH compliant box to store two refills.
Hand operated or foot pump models are available, with sufficient room for bespoke branding and a ‘sanitise hands’ sign.
Meanwhile, the Stirling-based manufacturer’s test kitchen reopened for the first time yesterday since lockdown.
The company captured development chef Shaune Hall returning to work on his motorbike, ready to clean down the kitchen and fire up the ovens to start cooking again.
After 12 weeks keeping it cooking at home, @FalconDevChef is back to work…
— Falcon Foodservice (@FalconFoodserv) June 1, 2020