Site Welfare (13 categories)
Site Welfare is an extremely important part of health and safety measures. Clients and contractors are responsible for making sure that health and safety measures are up to standards by law. Contractors provide welfare facilities and clients must ensure that this happens. Contractors must then maintain these facilities throughout the life of the project. The nature and scale of the facilities will depend on the nature and scale of the project. But site welfare is not just about providing toilets and there is a whole host of other cleaning tasks to take care of. Here at Onsite Support, we provide a range of site welfare products to make sure you have everything that you need.
It goes without saying that a clean and pleasant workplace makes for a happier and more productive workforce. A more productive work environment also means that your workforce will be more cost effective and you can save money in other areas. That’s why investing in site welfare can be so important to the project. You should make sure that accommodation and facilities are well maintained with sufficient cleaning and janitorial products. The right cleaning equipment is also needed onsite and you should make sure that you have the appropriate skin care protection.
Our products range from all kinds of items including cleaning fluids, canteen equipment and even simple things like bin liner sacks. All of these products are essential in making sure that you maintain your facilities in the correct manner. Site welfare isn’t just about health and safety or keeping things clean, though. There are also plenty of other items that are needed to maintain the site and keep your workforce happy. We provide items like cutlery, crockery, and mugs so that your workforce can enjoy lunches and breaks while onsite. Our range of products also includes things like tea and coffee supplies that can keep your workforce happy.
Organising site welfare
What you need to do
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.