Executives must make decisions to ensure safe work environments that adhere to social distancing requirements. Office layouts must be restructured for adequate spacing between work spaces and routing that minimizes close-proximity encounters. Clear communication with staff will also be a key factor, asking questions such as which areas should be avoided or when was an area last cleaned. ArcGIS Indoors can help answer these geospatially focused questions for reopening the workplace. 

Safely assign offices

Determine safe seating assignments that adhere to social distancing requirements so that your employees can feel safe when they return to work. 

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Enable proximity analysis

Trace movements of personnel through buildings to identify potential close contact encounters and perform proximity analysis to find points of intersection. ArcGIS Indoors can support multiple proximity scenarios for recovery activities to reopen your workplace.

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Manage office space density

Place office equipment in locations where spacing is adequate to meet social distancing guidelines and keep traffic density under control.

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