Queue Etiquette

This week the Telegraph published guide to queuing correctly. Jo Bryant, etiquette adviser for Debrett’s, advised readers of how to queue correctly, avoiding queue jumping and the unspoken order of even disorganised queues.

These are all great tips to keep in mind, but queuing can be made even easier and stress-free for waiting customers by implementing effective and efficient queue management systems.

To find out how to remove the uncertainly as to where the entrance and exit points of to your queue are, and to discover how you can automatically call customers forward when a service position is available , then contact Tensator for advice. Tensator have the know-how and can make queue work for you.

Contact Tensator today on +44 (0) 1908 684600.

A Solution for Inspection Pit Safety

HSE Regulations and inspection pit safety Focusing on vehicle repair centres and train depots, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has designated inspection pits as a ‘fall from height’ hazard. Subsequently, they have created The Work at Height Regulations to provide guidance on how to reduce dangers and prevent accidents before they happen. These regulations […]

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How Tensator can help improve workplace accessibility

Figures from the charity Scope show that there are currently 3.4 million disabled workers in the UK. Companies have a legal obligation to make ‘reasonable adjustments’ for employees who have a disability to improve workplace accessibility. Creating disability inclusion in the workplace should be a top priority for employers and the UK economy as a […]

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