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The future of logistics is modular for the ‘new normal’


Site safety has never been more important. But how prepared are you for the workplace hazards you can't see?

COVID-19 is here to stay, and employers must consider the risk of transmission to protect the welfare of their workforce and stay on the right side of the law.

Fortunately, help is on hand. Elliott offers a range of portable, modular and specialised site welfare products for the logistics and transport sectors, helping you maintain hygiene standards in a post-pandemic workplace.

KEEP WORKERS SAFE AND STANDARDS HIGH

Elliott modular buildings allow you to create clean, COVID-secure working conditions from offices and canteens to staff restaurants and other welfare facilities.

In a recent project delivered for a leading online retailer by Accio design and consult, Elliott created a two-storey modular building containing ground floor washrooms, changing facilities and a large staff canteen. Upstairs housed the despatch office and meeting rooms, plus a contemplation room and new mother’s room for enhanced wellbeing facilities.

The specification included a lift, access control, fire alarm, ramps and steps for health and safety and carpets, window blinds and full climate control with separate ventilation and dehumidification systems to optimise staff comfort.

Elliott’s turn-key solution made it possible to provide everything the client needed through one point of contact. This made life easier for Accio, which could then focus on the warehouse aspect of the project.

PROMOTING WORKER WELL-BEING

Elliott knows how important it is for on-site buildings to be reliable, comfortable, and convenient – keeping your workers happy and productive and you hassle-free.

With over 50 years of experience providing premium quality welfare facilities for the logistics, warehousing, and transport industries, Elliott is well versed in delivering high-quality products and solutions, and is used to adapting to changing requirements.

ADAPT TO CHANGING FUTURE NEEDS QUICKLY AND EASILY

Elliott will work with you to ensure your welfare facilities adapt to uncertainty. If your workforce size is likely to change, it can consider this in the design stage to allow additional modules or welfare requirements to be added at a later date.

A WELFARE ONE-STOP-SHOP

Welfare requirements don’t end with office and accommodation solutions. Elliott can also complete your site welfare units with everything you need to promote staff safety and well-being.

  • All kitchen white goods for meals and drinks preparation

  • Hand sanitiser stations and refill packs

  • Desk screens to help prevent the spread of viruses

  • Safety signage to remind visitors and staff of health and safety measures

  • Fencing panel covers to communicate social distancing rules anywhere

EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR AS LONG AS YOU NEED IT

Portable and modular welfare facilities are available to hire nationwide with quick, hassle-free installation and complete site set up.

LET ELLIOTT MAKE YOUR LIFE EASIER

Learn more about how Elliott modular buildings can promote worker well-being and improve productivity on your site. Visit the Elliott website to see what they can do for you.

*www.elliottuk.com

Published On: 29/04/2021 17:00:15

 

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