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Provide Welfare Units to look after your Employees

It is well know that happy employees make for a more productive workforce. Providing the right facilities for your staff members could get you well on the way to ensuring a happy workforce. For external sites including railway lines and utility points where there is a lack of anything to improve the wellbeing of your workers, offering facilities such as welfare units could add to that all important goal. If your employees feel that they are being treated well and have the facilities in which to work well, you are likely to see an improvement in productivity.

Welfare Units

Welfare unit structures are designed to offer on-site facilities such as toilets and showers to your employees – on a more luxurious scale to a port-a-loo! These cabin like units should be easy to erect on sites where the likes of running water and electricity are very important. This could be for remote sites where employees have to remain on site for an extended period. With options for sleeping facilities which could be crucial in remote areas, welfare units are ideal structures to provide even the basics for your staff – even making a cup of tea could be that luxury to keep a smile on your workers faces!

The units should be well insulated making them safe to use. They are usually built using plastic materials but can be finished with brick effect fronts suggesting a stronger build to passers-by. This may act as a great deterrent against theft or vandalism as they could be deemed more solid structures. Many are supplied with power points, fully lockable doors and options for aesthetically pleasing windows making them potentially just as nice staff common areas.

To find out more about welfare units for your employee, please visit the website of Kingsley – Plastic Ltd. Alternatively, you can call 01837 83154 to speak to a member of the team and discuss your particular requirements.

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