Especially today, in the era of the internet, smartphones, and tablets, it’s easy to get distracted and not pay attention to where you’re going.
If you’re like most hospital employees, you rely on multi-tasking to get you through the day. But if you’re really honed in on what you’re doing, whether you’re responding to emails or updating medical charts, you may not notice that you’re walking into a glass wall – until it’s too late. Distressed family members visiting their loved ones may also become distracted and encounter the same issue.
Window film distraction safety markers provide Kansas City hospitals with a way to prevent glass collisions and keep employees, patients, and visitors safe. By making glass walls and doors more visible, distraction safety markers decrease the chance of accident and injury.
What Are Distraction Safety Markers?
Distraction safety markers are window films that are printed with a thin pattern or line stretching horizontally across their surface. Their main purpose is to make hard-to-see glass surfaces more obvious to distracted walkers. The rest of the glass maintains a completely clear appearance except for the thin line stretching across them.
Why They’re Great for Hospitals
Window film distraction safety markers are great for busy environments like hospitals and doctors offices because the risk of glass collision is high. Doctors and nurses are always rushing about from one patient room to the next. Family members are always texting on their phones or responding to emails on their tablets. And everyone is stressed. In these situations, distraction may cause someone to lose sight of what’s in front of them. Distraction safety markers are a great solution for Kansas City hospitals looking for a way to prevent injury without interrupting aesthetics and natural light.
In addition to safety, there are many other ways that hospitals can benefit such as:
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Window film distraction safer markers are helping to make Kansas City hospitals safer. More information on safety window films, please contact our office.