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PPE for drivers and passengers – Personal Protective Equipment from Driver Bubble™

PPE for drivers and passengers – Personal Protective Equipment from Driver Bubble™ Personal Protective Equipment, also known as PPE, has to be the most used acronym of 2020. A year ago only certain industries would regularly use the term PPE, however, with what has happened this year, more of us have become familiar with it. …

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Why taxi company need driver protection screen

Why your taxi company needs PPE (Personal Protection Equipment)

Why your taxi company needs PPE (Personal Protection Equipment) COVID-19 has impacted all spheres of society. However, a market that has been severely affected by the pandemic is the taxi industry. As a result of transport restrictions, the taxi industry across the world has suffered a significant loss in business. However, as things start to …

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Driver Bubble™ Shield approval update #1

Driver Bubble™ Shield material is approved by Millbrook Proving Ground for TfL compliance Summary As of 21st August 2020, the materials used to manufacture the Driver Bubble™ Shield standard has been approved and certified by Millbrook Proving Ground Ltd as part of the two-step process for full TfL compliance. Millbrook Proving Ground Ltd suggested that …

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Polycarbonate perspex protection screen

Polycarbonate or Perspex vehicle partitions, what’s the difference?

Polycarbonate or Perspex vehicle partitions, what is the difference? Unless you are a company that regularly uses perspex (acrylic) or polycarbonate vehicle partitions you generally wouldn’t mind which screen is in front of you. However, with the current health situation going on, many companies have turned to using vehicle partitions to keep their employees and …

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