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(re)entry: A life sciences guide for navigating the next normal

How can life sciences companies reinvigorate lab and office space to accelerate their pipeline?

June 18, 2020

To ensure we are ready to navigate what’s next, it’s vital that we reactivate our spaces to balance health, safety and financial implications. And that we continue to respect each other’s well-being. Preparedness, agility, and resilience will be key.

As employees and tenants begin to return to the workplace, it is extremely important that when we open the doors, we are inviting everyone into a safe environment. Together we can revitalise businesses as we take a step forward into a new and different world.

As life sciences organisations consider returning additional employees to lab and office space, this guide aims to answer key questions:

  • How should companies prepare to reinstitute scientists and reopen closed lab spaces?
  • What is the protocol for returning employees to office environments?
  • Once they return, what are the ongoing operational and safety considerations for employees?
  • As the environment surrounding the pandemic evolves, what are some ways life sciences organisations can adapt to the next normal?

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