Welfare cabin wrap

Welfare cabin wrap is ideal at hiding unsightly temporary cabins on construction or building sites.

Portakabin or Portable cabins are often used as welfare facilities cannot be easily set up on site. Portable cabins can also be used as offices and storage space.

Welfare cabin wrapWelfare cabin wrap

Project Print Management wrapped these portable cabins in London using a mesh PVC banner material tensioned onto a scaffolding frame building around the welfare cabin.

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Before portable cabin wraps
portable cabin wrap
Before portable cabin wrap

 

Health and Safety welfare requirements are:

Toilets should be suitable and sufficient, ventilated, lit and kept in a clean and orderly condition.

Washing facilities must be provided so that workers can use them immediately after using the toilet or urinal, even if they are provided elsewhere.

Washing facilities

General washing facilities must be suitable and sufficient, kept clean and orderly and with basins or sinks large enough for people to wash their face, hands and forearms.

The facilities should include:

  • clean hot and cold, or warm, running water;
  • soap or other suitable means of cleaning;
  • towels or other suitable means of drying; and
  • showers where the nature of work is particularly dirty or there is a need to decontaminate.

Drinking water

Drinking water must be provided or made available at readily accessible and suitable places.

Cups are required unless the supply is in a jet from which people can drink easily.

Changing rooms and lockers

Changing rooms are needed where workers have to wear special clothing for the purposes of their work and cannot be expected to change elsewhere.

The rooms must be provided with seating, means of drying and keeping clothing and personal effects secure.

Facilities for rest

Rest rooms or rest areas are required equipped with tables and seating (with backs) sufficient for the number of persons likely to use them at any one time.

There should be arrangements for meals to be prepared and eaten, plus means for boiling water. In cold weather, heating should be provided.