Smart Restart Self-Service Sign Shop
As the UW–Madison campus begins to reopen under the Smart Restart plan, we want to encourage all members of the campus community to do their part in following health protocols and guidelines, including physical distancing, wearing face coverings, properly cleaning spaces, handwashing, and more. You can help students and employees in your workspace stay safe with cost-free signage promoting campus guidelines and expectations during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Smart Restart Self-Service Sign Shop provides premade signs in signage bundles with all costs covered by central campus. If you have questions or requests for a customized sign, please please send an email to email@example.com.
Training on space modifications will be coming in the next couple weeks for facility and building managers.
- OFFICE BUNDLE
- Water Fountain (Office)
- Handwashing Steps (Office)
- Kitchen-Breakroom Etiquette (Office)
- Symptom Tracker (Office)
- Keep Right (Office)
- Conference Room Etiquette (Office)
- Cleaning Protocols (Office)
The Office Bundle will contain:
Water Fountain (2);
Handwashing Steps (4);
Kitchen-Breakroom Etiquette (1);
Symptom Tracker (2);
Keep Right (2);
Conference Room Etiquette (2);
Cleaning Protocols (2)
- BUILDING BUNDLE
- Kitchen-Breakroom Etiquette (Building)
- Conference Room Etiquette (Building)
- Physical Distancing (Building)
- Symptom Tracker (Building)
- Keep Right (Building)
- Don't Move Furniture (Building)
- Water Fountain (Building)
- Handwashing Steps (Building)
- Interior Entrance "Help Keep Campus Healthy and Safe" (Building)
- Cleaning Protocols (Building)
The Building Bundle will contain:
Kitchen-Breakroom Etiquette (2);
Conference Room Etiquette (8);
Physical Distancing (12)
Symptom Tracker (8);
Keep Right (16);
Don’t Move Furniture (10);
Water Fountain (8);
Handwashing Steps (12);
Interior Entrance “Help Keep Campus Healthy and Safe” (4);
Cleaning Protocols (8)
Floor Markers are available to support physical distancing. Due to the varying nature of each building and its materials, floor markers require a consult with Facilities Planning & Management. Contact Physical Plant via web request (https://wiscready.assetworks.cloud) or phone at 608-263-3333.
Facilities Planning & Management requests that departments use adhesive command strips to affix signage in order to minimize damage to paint and plaster. DPPS will include command strips with signage orders placed through the online store (center one strip approximately an inch below the top of the sign and center another strip approximately one inch from the bottom). Command strips can also be ordered through Shop@UW if you are creating your own custom signs.
Guidance and instruction on signage is available at https://go.wisc.edu/signage-guidance-smartrestart. FP&M also created a compendium of sample room layouts for reference on sign placement: https://go.wisc.edu/sample-room-layouts-smartrestart.
Physical Plant will provide and hang the public health protocol signage designated for major entrances of campus buildings. They will also provide and hang elevator signage.
Don’t see what you need here? Email questions or requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.