ARC unveil bespoke golf club packages to keep golfers safe as lockdown eases

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Special signage solution ready for implementation
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May 11, 2020
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ARC, a global signage company and specialist providers of health and safety collateral, have created a special signage solution ready for implementation across golf clubs worldwide.

ARC unveil bespoke golf club packages to keep golfers safe as lockdown eases

The business has been providing vital safety and social distancing signage and associated safety visuals for UK Critical Infrastructure Services since the introduction of nationwide lockdown measures. This allows businesses, now including golf clubs, to be fully compliant with the UK Government’s safety and social distancing guidelines.

As an approved UK government supplier, the company has been developing guidelines and materials across several industries, including construction, designed specifically to help bring people back into a safe operational environment once lockdown measures have eased.

“We’re excited to be launching our golf club and industry-specific packages,” said Darren Moorhouse,” Head of Sales UK and Europe for ARC. “It’s imperative that, on golf’s return, staff and golfers across UK clubs are kept safe, and professionally implemented signage solutions are absolutely the key to that.

“We’ve already had significant interest in our solutions from clubs, and as a specialist in public safety measures, we have government approval to install immediately – which means we can get a golf club ready in time for full reopening.”

“It seems likely that social distancing and other measure will be around for a while. We expect it to be a fluid process, as in other industries, and once we’re engaged with a club we see it as our role to help bring them back to normality, however long that takes, and without incurring significant repeat costs.”

Due to the fluidity of the current imposed safety measures, the service offered enables compliant updates and revisions to be applied as and when required, and in line with recommendations.

On request, interested clubs can obtain a free consultation via video conference, followed by an on-site survey. There are gold, silver and bronze golf club packages available depending on requirements.

All materials can be tailored exactly to a club’s needs and environment, including bespoke branding, fonts and colour options.

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