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Having sufficient welfare units on a utility contract means that the workers will have proper facilities that are a requirement under health and safety rules.

Providing environmentally safe, clean, and legally compliant welfare facilities on a utility contract are made a simple issue by EasyCabin. With a variety of mobile and static welfare, and toilets the project manager can be assured that the site is being correctly managed.

EasyCabin mobile, vehicle-mounted and static welfare units are used on utility contracts throughout the UK and beyond. Energy performance is maintained by high standards of insulation, LED lighting, low carbon ‘air’ heating, and fuel-saving battery/generator combinations.

HSE Compliance

The law says that clients and contractors have responsibilities regarding welfare facilities on construction projects.

Contractors provide welfare facilities and clients must ensure this happens. The pre-construction information prepared by the client should include the arrangements for welfare provision.

On notifiable projects (longer than 30 days or 500 person days), the client must ensure the construction phase does not start unless they are satisfied that there are arrangements for welfare facilities to be provided.

Contractors must maintain the welfare units for utility contracts throughout the life of the project. The nature and scale of facilities required will depend on the size, location, and type of project. Facilities include:

  • Toilets
  • Washing facilities
  • Drinking water
  • Changing rooms and lockers
  • Facilities for rest

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Setting up a utility project with all the correct welfare facilities can be a daunting task. However, with the range of EasyCabin vehicle-mounted, mobile and static temporary site welfare units set-up can be put together with care. Separate toilet units are also available. EasyCabin’s design team are available to discuss bespoke builds if individual requirements are needed to be met.