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Contactless Payments Strut Cards

Contactless Payment Strut Cards recommend one for each checkout

    £

    Strut cards are a brilliant point-of-sale marketing tool to bring attention you are accepting contactless payments only. Our strut cards are printed on 450gsm silk, fixed to a rigid box-board strut and supplied ready to go! Include a lamination for increased longevity and a superior matt, gloss or soft touch finish.

    Choose from either our standard template design shown or we can custom design a strut card for your business to include your logo and branding.

    Specification

    Finished Size
    • A5: 148mm x 210mm
    • A4: 210mm x 297mm
    Material450gsm Silk
    PrintFour colour process (CMYK)

    Artwork Requirements

    Size with bleed
    • A5: 154mm x 216mm
    • A4: 216mm x 303mm
    Resolution300 dpi minimum
    FormatPDF or JPEG
    ColourCMYK (RGB/Pantones will be converted)
    FontsOutlined or Embedded
    ColourCMYK
    Bleed3mm
    Safe Zone3mm No printer marks


    Government Guidance, Updated: 29 May 2020 for people who work in or run shops, branches, stores, offices, contact centres, restaurants, takeaways, factory's, plants, warehouses or similar environments is available here

    Objective: To maintain social distancing wherever possible, on arrival and departure and to enable handwashing upon arrival.

    You must maintain social distancing in the workplace wherever possible.

    Where the social distancing guidelines cannot be followed in full in relation to a particular activity, businesses should consider whether that activity needs to continue for the business to operate, and, if so, take all the mitigating actions possible to reduce the risk of transmission between their staff.

    Some of the Mitigating actions include:

    • Using screens or barriers to separate people from each other
    • Introducing more one-way flow through buildings

    Social distancing applies to all parts of a business, not just the place where people spend most of their time, but also entrances and exits, break rooms, canteens and similar settings. These are often the most challenging areas to maintain social distancing.

    Some steps that will usually be needed:

    • Providing clear guidance on social distancing and hygiene to people on arrival, for example, signage or visual aids and before arrival, for example, by phone, on the website or by email.
    • Using markings and introducing one-way flow at entry and exit points.
    • Using floor tape or paint to mark areas to help workers keep to a 2m distance.

    The full updated advice and guidance for each industry can be found here