There's a million questions about
barriers and re-opening.
Let's talk about it!
Since the beginning of the pandemic, we installed 2,500+ social
distancing barriers, and we've seen it all! Now's the
perfect chance to “pick our brain” and ask
us anything to learn about re-opening (or staying open safely) with social distancing barriers.
If you are in a leadership position and need to make decisions about your facility, this webinar
is for you. OR, if you are an employee who feels your company or organization could do more to
ensure safety, or if you're simply interested in learning about the "new normal" of social
distancing barriers, this webinar is also for you.
About the Webinar
To begin, our presenters will give a half-hour presentation to provide examples
social distancing barrier projects, share their insights and experiences, and provide
information on commonly asked questions. Who knows, the presenters may answer your top question
in this portion! If not, that's where the second half comes in: our Q/A forum (ask us
anything!). During this half-hour Q/A, you may "raise your hand" (via Zoom) to use your computer
microphone to chat with our experts, or type your question in the chatbox for the host to read
Why use barriers? What do they solve?
Where should barriers be used?
What are they made of, and do the materials matter?
How long do they last, and what is the upkeep?
Are there standards or guidelines I should follow?
What are the types of barriers?
What do I need to know or think about before having a barrier installed?
Automation & Safety General Manager, Airline
keep people safe with barriers and guarding in the work place has been my hallmark for
over 30 years. It requires a holistic view and engagement from all personnel who may
come in contact with their fellow associates, customers, students, and any person that
could possibly transmit viruses. I welcome the opportunity to help everyone arrive at
the same goal: To bring all people safely home and unharmed at the end of each day.”
Engineering Manager, Airline Hydraulics
Bill has lead Airline's framing and automation design team for
over six years. He earned a mechanical engineering degree from Penn State University and
has over 30 years of mechanical design experience. Starting in 2020, he heads the
design, fabrication, and installation of Airline's social distancing barriers. Bill has
extensive industry knowledge by consulting for hundreds of industrial, commercial,
scholastic, and consumer barrier applications.
Digital Media Specialist, Airline Hydraulics
Jessica will host the webinar by introducing the speakers,
leading the Q/A forum and directing your questions in the chat.
Giving Back to
We’re proud to utilize a portion of our barrier sales to donate
barriers to schools! We have already donated barriers to multiple school throughout the
northeast, including over 300 barriers for the
St. Genevieve’s school in Flourtown, PA
(pictured above). To learn more about how we’re giving back, ask us in this webinar!