Obtaining Client Permission to Use Facilities

When working on a small project, such as within a home or a school, there is little opportunity to erect dedicated welfare facilities. Operatives will have to rely on using existing facilities, including toilets and showers.

If dedicated worker welfare facilities are not an option, it is the duty of the staff overseeing the project to obtain permission from the client/ owners of the property for operatives to use their facilities.

Asking client permission demonstrates the contractor’s politeness and consideration, while also ensuring that operatives have access to the required facilities even when working in a very small area.

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