Outdoor Hand Washing Station

In light of the current coronavirus pandemic, Roadbridge have manufactured hand washing stations to ensure that hygiene is kept at a extremely high level throughout each project.

These stations are generally set up where there is an increased foot fall such as between office blocks or outside welfare facilities. This is to ensure that each individuals are sanitising before entering the next room.

With the separation barriers in place each station can accommodate four people at any time given time. At each washing point there are sanitisers, running water and soap provided. A roof has also been installed to maximise the use of each station during wet weather.

These units have been found to be very effective throughout the site teams. These units eliminate the need for staff to go into the bath room to wash their hands, which has resulted in a reduced amount of people queuing to use the welfare facilities.

As a result of these units being installed hygiene throughout the team has improved.

This example of best practice is just one way that projects can work to tackle the virus and reduce the spread. For full guidance and the latest Government advice read the Construction Leadership Council’s Site Operating Procedures.

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