When working in a place frequented by members of the public, such as a restaurant, club, or a museum, there is a good chance that there will be areas of the building which will need to be private.
Many places including night clubs have queues outside, presided over by door men residing by a barrier of some sort, and there may also be a private room that needs to be seperated.
The use of a rope barrier system is a simple yet effective line which the public automatically recognise not to cross. Perhaps you need to make sure a queue of people is queueing in the right place, or you want to stop members of the public taking a wrong turn.
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