PUBLIC TRANSPORT - METRO

Mask Wearing

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Social conformity

Setting up the norm of mask-wearing by having all staff on the metro stations always wear a mask and having signage everywhere re-emphasizing the rule of mask-wearing.

This sets up social pressure to demonstrate the “accepted practice” & also serves as a reminder for the practice.

Social conformity

Setting up the norm of mask-wearing by having all staff on the metro stations always wear a mask and having signage everywhere re-emphasizing the rule of mask-wearing.

This sets up social pressure to demonstrate the “accepted practice” & also serves as a reminder for the practice.

Making mask-wearing a criteria

Signs can be put around the different areas/rooms of the facilities which mention
“Only people wearing masks can enter the metro station”

Setting these criteria adds pressure to conform , even if monitoring the actual compliance is difficult.

Making mask-wearing a criteria

Signs can be put around the different areas/rooms of the facilities which mention
“Only people wearing masks can enter the metro station”.

Setting these criteria adds pressure to conform , even if monitoring the actual compliance is difficult.

Reporting non-compliance

Having signage that mentions that anyone not wearing a mask should be reported & can be fined or asked to leave. This encourages sanctioning from others & also serves as an internal check for compliance

Reporting non-compliance

Having signage that mentions that anyone not wearing a mask should be reported & can be fined or asked to leave. This encourages sanctioning from others & also serves as an internal check for compliance

Making the risks of a metro salient

Having signage that highlights the high-risk of a metro station of many people constrained within a small space – and highlighting how the simple act of mask wearing can keep you and your family back home safe.

Making the risks of a metro salient

Having signage that highlights the high-risk of a metro station of many people constrained within a small space – and highlighting how the simple act of mask wearing can keep you and your family back home safe.