Cube launches ‘Don’t Pass It On’ Hand Sanitiser Station initiative for venues and events
The event innovations team at Cube Management has been working with its partners to provide event owners and venues with an effective means of complying with the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) guidance for event management in the context of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
The ‘Don’t Pass It On’ hand sanitiser station initiative, with units currently in production, will provide a portable solution that can be used to help encourage visitors to prevent the further spread of the virus. The fully brandable stations will enable a highly visible opportunity for brand alignment with critical public health communication.
Cube’s new ‘Don’t Pass It On’ hand sanitiser station initiative to be deployed at the 2020 Cheltenham Gold Cup and Six Nations Rugby events.
Cube’s Hand Sanitiser Stations
Carl Thompson, Cube Management’s MD and compliance manager, sets out that “WHO’s recently published interim guidance places a specific responsibility on event owners and venues to risk assess their events in response to the threat posed by COVID-19. A key part of that risk assessment should include ensuring the means to mitigate the further spread of the virus. Cube’s ‘Don’t Pass It On’ hand sanitiser station offers event managers an effective solution, whilst also offering a powerful public health communication opportunity.”
Part of the Cube International group, Cube Management is a visionary and original sports event management company providing innovative and award-winning services to global, national and local sporting events.