Welfare Unit Facilities

The law, Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations, states that employers must provide ‘suitable and sufficient’ welfare facilities for the well-being of their employees while at work.

 welfare cabinsWelfare facilities cover such areas as toilets, washing, somewhere clean to eat and drink during breaks and changing facilities. 

The extent of the facilities you need to have in place will depend on the number of people you employ and the work they do.

Welfare Facilities to Consider

  • Enough toilets and washbasins for those expected to use them – including disabled toilets.
  • Where possible, separate male and female facilities.
  • Clean, well-lit and ventilated facilities.
  • Supply of hot and cold running water.
  • An area for eating and drinking with a way of getting a hot drink and hot food.
  • Supply of clean drinking water.
  • Changing facilities if the work involves wearing specialist clothing.

Kingsley Welfare Units & Cabins

 welfare units for saleOur welfare cabins and units allow employers to provide suitable welfare facilities were such facilities do not already exist or cannot easily be accommodated into existing structures.

Being experts in modular building design and construction Kingsley can design, build and install welfare facilities that are easy and simple to use and come in a wide variety of finishes including environmentally acceptable simulated Brick or Stone.

More information on Kingsley Welfare Units and Cabins

To discuss your requirements contact Kingsley on 01837 83154.

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