As the shift from working from home to being in the office becomes a reality for many, making the transition a seamless and safe experience for all involved is essential.
A company strives to make their office space a productive and engaging environment to be in. However, with the pandemic challenging these goals, there is a need for a robust strategy to bring workplaces to higher standards.
This is where the concept of a healthy building comes in.
In the current situation, businesses have to work harder than ever to prepare their workplaces so that the return is not just achievable, but they make employees and staff’s wellbeing a priority.
However, creating a healthy building for occupiers and staff alike is not just about de-risking COVID-19.
What healthy environments bring to the table is a lot more than setting up social distancing measures in shared spaces or keeping desks sanitised.
Let’s look at what the ‘healthy buildings’ buzzword means now - and in the future - for office space, Croydon and beyond.