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#staysafe: live safely all spaces
Let’s go back to socializing, but safely!

The new personal and community protective systems made by Faram 1957
Faram launches #staysafe, the new range of devices that protect users from possible contamination in the workplace, in social exchange and meeting points, from offices to hotels, retail spaces, airports, train stations, shopping centres and all places with a high number of visitors.

In this moment personal and community health protection has become a priority. A cautious and proper attitude is allowing thousands of businesses to gradually resume their activity, after the suspension due to the lockdown.
It’s essential to update space management and rearrange spaces functionally to the new requirements, through the implementation of protection systems that safeguard the health of the users.
We know that sharing common areas for working, accessing a specific service or simply buying groceries or going to the bank, requires compliance with a security protocol that aims, first of all, to avoid potentially dangerous gatherings and thus to protect the individual and the community. Faram 1957 has always worked beside architects and managers to research and develop solutions and systems that combine good design with high technology. Today, Faram provides its expertise and support with a project entirely dedicated to restart. A wide range of safe and customizable devices are part of #staysafe such as partition screens, modular protective panels, pvc drapes, a gate that is equipped for human and object sanitation and sanitizing systems for retail: all characterized by Faram’s quality. The purchase of personal protection equipment that is part of #staysafe, can be transformed into tax credit for companies that bore the related expenses within 2020. With #staysafe Faram offers to businesses, companies and institutions the opportunity to acquire tools that ensure people’s safety and security, with the guarantee of Faram’s lifelong professionalism.