Access Hire: Pioneering Excellence in Fibre Splicing and Commercial Vehicle Adaptation

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In the ever-evolving world of fibre splicing, precision, reliability, and efficiency are paramount. We understand these demands and have risen to the occasion by designing vehicles specifically for fibre splicing, built around the unique needs and requirements of the industry. Our commitment to excellence and innovation has established us as specialists in commercial vehicle adaptation, ensuring our clients receive top-tier solutions tailored to their precise needs.

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Specialist Vehicles for Fibre Splicing

Our fleet of fibre splicing vehicles is a testament to our dedication to industry-specific solutions. These vehicles are meticulously designed to provide optimal working environments for fibre splicing professionals, featuring state-of-the-art equipment, ergonomic workspaces, and robust storage solutions. Every detail is considered to ensure that technicians can perform their tasks with maximum efficiency and minimal downtime.

Key Features Include:

Ergonomically Designed Workspaces: Our vehicles are equipped with ergonomic interiors to enhance comfort and productivity for technicians working on intricate fibre splicing tasks.

State-of-the-Art Equipment: We integrate advanced splicing tools and technology to ensure precision and reliability in every job.

Robust Storage Solutions: Secure and organised storage for tools and materials, allowing for a clutter-free and efficient workspace.

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Specialists in Commercial Vehicle Adaptation

Beyond our fibre splicing vehicles, Access Hire excels in the broader realm of commercial vehicle adaptation. Our expertise spans various industries, enabling us to design and build specialist vehicles tailored to diverse sector requirements. Whether it’s bespoke modifications for specialist vehicles to telecoms providers, power contracts and local authorities, we deliver solutions that enhance operational efficiency and meet the highest standards of safety and functionality.

Custom Solutions for Diverse Sectors:

Telecoms Providers: We design and adapt vehicles to meet the unique demands of telecoms providers, ensuring that all necessary tools and equipment are easily accessible.

Power Contracts: Our adaptations for the power sector include vehicles equipped to handle the rigorous requirements of power line installation, maintenance, and emergency repairs.

Local Authorities: Whether it’s waste management, road maintenance, or public safety, our vehicles are designed to enhance productivity and meet the specific operational needs of local government entities.

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Comprehensive Managed Services

At Access Hire, our commitment to our clients extends beyond vehicle design and adaptation. We offer a fully managed service that includes comprehensive maintenance and breakdown support. This ensures that our clients’ vehicles remain in optimal condition, minimising downtime and maximising productivity.

Fully Managed Service Includes:

Routine Maintenance: Regular servicing to keep vehicles running smoothly and efficiently.

Breakdown Support: Rapid response to any mechanical issues, ensuring minimal disruption to operations.

Proactive Monitoring: Continuous assessment of vehicle performance to preempt potential issues and ensure reliability.

Innovation and Customisation

Innovation is at the heart of Access Hire. We pride ourselves on our ability to design and build specialist vehicles that meet the evolving needs and requirements of various sectors. Our team of experts works closely with clients to understand their specific challenges and deliver bespoke solutions that exceed expectations.

Why Choose Access Hire:

Expertise in Vehicle Adaptation: Decades of experience in customising commercial vehicles for a wide range of industries.

Client-Centric Approach: Tailored solutions developed through close collaboration with clients to meet their unique needs.

Commitment to Quality: High standards of design, construction, and aftercare ensure long-lasting and reliable vehicle performance.


Access Hire is more than a provider of specialist vehicles; we are a partner in our clients’ success. Our fibre splicing vehicles, commercial vehicle adaptations, and comprehensive managed services reflect our dedication to innovation, quality, and client satisfaction. As we continue to push the boundaries of what’s possible in vehicle adaptation, we invite you to experience the difference that expertise, customisation, and full-service support can make.

For more information on our specialist vehicles and services, visit our website or contact us today. Let Access Hire drive your business forward with solutions designed to meet your unique needs and requirements.

Welfare Hire’s Commitment to Sustainability

Celebrating World Environment Day with Carbon Verification

At Welfare Hire Nationwide, there is an environmental focus at the heart of what we do, every day. As we acknowledge and celebrate this World Environment Day, we are proud to have our independent carbon verification by Sustainable Advantage. This achievement emphasises our dedication to sustainability, a core pillar alongside value, wellbeing, quality, and service.

The Significance of Independent Carbon Verification

Achieving independent carbon verification is a testament to our proactive approach to environmental responsibility. This process involves rigorous assessment of our carbon footprint, ensuring transparency and accountability in our sustainability practices. Being verified by Sustainable Advantage, a respected authority in environmental auditing, enhances our credibility and sets a benchmark for the industry.

Central to our sustainability efforts is the development of the ECOXi Welfare Unit. This innovative unit is designed to minimise environmental impact while providing high-quality welfare facilities for construction and infrastructure projects.

Find out more about the ECOXi Welfare Unit.

At Welfare Hire Nationwide, we have over 3,000 assets with an average age of 2.5 years making it the largest and most modern fleet of mobile ECO welfare and lighting units in the market. Our welfare range is unique in design, build and specification with the following innovative ECO specification as standard.

Smart ECO Power – Hybrid battery/solar with auto/start stop technology to optimise fuel reduction and silent, green running. Our ECOXLi, ECOXi and ECOWC2 run 100% from solar and lithium resulting in zero carbon and zero fuel.

Smart ECO Water – All of our units use an XL central water tank and system with 3-4 times more capacity, hot water on the ready and non-chemical, water-flush WCs for optimum hygiene and modern wash facilities. This eliminates automatic weekly services, saving you time, money and transport risk & carbon. The ECOXLi, ECOXi and ECOWC2 also have rainwater harvesting and average 1 service every 10 weeks.

Towable – All of our units are towed by our own drivers and fleet of ULEZ pickups and have hydraulics to set down in seconds. Low cost, low carbon next-day delivery with no HGV/RAMs transport for the most agile placement and mobility onsite for transient work and difficult access.

Smart ECO Telemetry – We provide project volumetric data so you can track the benefits and savings on fuel, carbon emissions and costs, plus transport, servicing and fuel risk. The ECOXLi, ECOXi and ECOWC2 all have a digital portal for live and historical asset mgmt. and reporting.

The Broader Impact

Our dedication to sustainability extends beyond product innovation. By integrating environmentally responsible practices into every aspect of our operations, we are helping to drive the construction and infrastructure sectors towards a more sustainable future. This includes reducing waste, optimising resource use, and continuously seeking new ways to minimise environmental impact.

As the world acknowledges the importance of environmental management on World Environment Day, our achievements serve as a reminder of the critical role businesses play in fostering a sustainable future. Our commitment to our core pillars—value, wellbeing, quality, and service—ensures that we deliver exceptional products and services without compromising our environmental responsibilities.

Welfare Hire’s independent carbon verification by Sustainable Advantage and the introduction of the ECOXi Welfare Unit highlight our leadership in sustainability. By prioritising environmental responsibility, we set a powerful example for the industry, proving that it is possible to achieve operational excellence while safeguarding our planet for future generations.

Introducing the New ECOXi Welfare Unit

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The Ultimate Green Solution for On-Site Welfare

In the ever-evolving landscape of construction and infrastructure projects, the quest for sustainability and efficiency is more pressing than ever. That’s where the new ECOXi Welfare Unit steps in! It’s no surprise that this is one of our most popular Eco-friendly mobile welfare units. The ECOXi represents the latest advancement in eco welfare solutions, embodying the culmination of a decade of development and innovation.

The Greenest Solution in the Market

The ECOXi Welfare Unit signifies a fundamental change in eco-friendly welfare solutions. This uniquely designed and manufactured unit is our most popular size with XL capacity for 10+ individuals, and is equipped with a spacious canteen, separate office space, drying room, water-flush WC, and XL rainwater system. With the ability to provide zero-fuel and carbon power, as well as water servicing, delivered by our ULEZ towing fleet. The ECOXi sets a new standard for environmental responsibility in the industry, ensuring workers have everything they need for a modern, comfortable on-site experience.

Intelligent Sustainable Systems

At the heart of the ECOXi Welfare Unit lies its intelligent sustainable system. Designed to optimise resource management and minimise environmental impact.

The ECO Smart Power system utilises renewable solar energy and next-generation lithium cell technology. It features smart auto start-stop power management, ensuring efficient utilisation and guaranteed power all year round.

With XL solar capacity covering 100% of onboard power requirements, a lithium battery and modern biofuel generator for recharge requirements only, it minimises fuel usage and carbon emissions, without compromising on performance.

Optimal Hygiene and Wellbeing

In addition to its green power system, the ECOXi Welfare Unit features smart water systems for optimum wash facilities and hygiene.

From integrated XL tanks for eco hot water sinks to water-flush toilets and rainwater recycling. This minimises waste and servicing, while promoting optimal hygiene and wellbeing onsite.

It also boasts smart telemetry and user-friendly tank monitoring. Users can optimise wash facilities and minimise services, transport, and carbon emissions, further reinforcing our commitment to sustainability.

Smart Telemetry for Maximum Efficiency

Furthermore, the ECOXi Welfare unit has a digital live dashboard. This makes it easy to guarantee correct and full usage of its eco power and water systems, delivering optimal value and usage. Additionally, its real-time monitoring and scheduling of services ensure that resources are utilised efficiently, eliminating downtime and maximising productivity onsite. As a result, the live and historical volumetric data provides insights for projects and client reporting. This empowers users to make smart decisions and demonstrate the value in delivering on ESG goals.

Conclusion: Embracing a Greener Future

In summary, the ECOXi Welfare Unit from Welfare Hire is leading the charge towards a greener future for the construction and infrastructure sectors.

Incorporating a unique, innovative design, intelligent sustainable systems, and commitment to environmental care, it sets a new benchmark for on-site welfare and sustainability. Experience the difference with the new ECOXi – where eco-consciousness meets unparalleled performance, ensuring a brighter and more sustainable future for all.

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Why Van Mounted MEWPs Are Essential for City Maintenance Projects

Few things are more important for modern infrastructure contracting firms than the ability to adapt to changing environments. 

From navigating Ultra Low Emissions Zones (ULEZ) to reducing noise pollution in residential areas, the strategic equipment and vehicles you use can dictate whether your firm is a viable candidate for a project

But what does that mean for city maintenance projects in 2024? And how can forward-thinking firms ensure they are prepared for a wide range of upcoming opportunities?

Urban Projects Require Greater Flexibility

Firms that want to work on city maintenance projects may face two problems: 

  1. They need to be able to work at heights in a safe and secure manner
  2. They need to move quickly through crowded areas

Many firms have historically opted for vertical lift MEWPs to enable workers to reach heights while reducing the risk of a fall. The only problem is the majority of MEWPs require a tow, which makes moving them around both slow and cumbersome. And they take up a lot of space, which makes navigating many urban environments difficult, often requiring advanced planning.

From street light repairs to building inspections, there will be many projects for which these MEWPs simply will not be fit for purpose. But fortunately, there is a simple solution that sets your firm up to work on any project you can land.

How can Van Mounted MEWPs Support City Maintenance Projects

1. INcreased accessibility

Access Hire’s range of van mounted MEWPs solve both problems posed by city maintenance projects: they enable your employee to work securely at a range of heights, while removing the need for towing. You can simply drive the van to the required spot, and move it quickly whenever necessary.

2. Flexible scale

Our range of van mounted MEWPs fit a range of needs including different:

  • Heights
  • Outreaches
  • Spare load capacities
  • Custom specification

This ensures you can choose the exact specification to meet your needs, and switch it up for your next project.

3. 24/7 support

City maintenance projects require you to work at heights at a range of times. But if there is an issue with your MEWPs, the entire schedule is at the mercy of your provider’s support hours.

With Access Hire, you have access to a 24/7 specialist support team and consultations from our in-house experts. This ensures any challenge is resolved quickly and downtime is minimised.

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Win More City Maintenance Contracts with Access Hire

Ultimately, working with Access Hire is the perfect way to prepare for a busy year and ensure you can seamlessly take on any city maintenance project. With the country’s largest and most modern fleet of van mounted MEWPs, we provide the security you need to keep your projects running. 

Want to partner with us and get ready for your busiest year yet?

Don’t Compromise: Eco Welfare Units made for Winter

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Imagine running your strategic equipment with completely clean energy.

No emissions from energy sources, no expensive running costs.

For many contractors, this is an almost irresistible prospect. Especially given that projects are under increasing pressure to become more sustainable – with worksites currently responsible for nearly 4% of all energy usage worldwide.

But while some providers advertise their units as meeting this goal, there is only one that actually delivers – and that is Welfare Hire.

the challenge of clean on-site power

A mobile welfare unit needs lots of power to properly run its various facilities: kettles, microwaves, fridges, power sockets, offices, heaters and more. This is why they have traditionally been a considerable source of carbon emissions and energy expenditure. While many welfare units can literally run without a generator, the level of energy needed means their power source gets sapped incredibly quickly, resulting in a requirement to turn off appliances and welfare facilities and undertake onsite recharging and maintenance

The Result:

Either the welfare unit stops running or users can’t use certain appliances… or both. 

At best, this is a serious inconvenience. At worst, it could actively delay your project and fail to meet the legal requirements for welfare provision to provide warm water and means of heating drinks and food.

Moreover, to correct this, the cost and carbon footprint of remotely servicing these units with site attendance can actually produce up to 10 times more carbon emissions than simply using a backup genset in the first place, which is counterproductive when striving for bigger, better and greener welfare facilities onsite.

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So how do we deliver on both providing proper, modern welfare facilities and the best carbon reduction for a practical solution for modern ESG goals?

Welfare Hire’s mobile welfare units deliver both silent, green energy and reliable running. Our innovative units, such as the EcoXi, run on next generation solar/lithium battery hybrid power, with capability to cover 100% of the onboard power requirements for the majority of requirements. However, we also recognise that there are many variables onsite affecting solar yield, as well as power demand as project requirements are dynamic, especially in the darker, colder months.

That’s why we fit our welfare units with a backup biofuel generator to cover any potential recharge requirements. As a result, there is zero risk of the units running out of energy – and your project can go on unimpacted. In fact, this guarantees provision of the largest, most modern welfare facilities in the market.

Better still, the smart eco system features auto start/stop power management that enables users to easily control the usage of energy, avoid wastage and proactively manage the power supply without creating extra complications.

Don’t compromise on performance

The result is the best of both worlds: optimal silent, green running with bigger, better welfare facilities. And with unrivaled volumetric data and reporting from real sites performance, the benefits of our smart ECO systems can be quantified. A single week using the EcoXi instead of a standard welfare unit saves your site £163, 109 litres of fuel and reduces CO₂ emissions by 151 kg. 

This translates into dramatic savings on larger, longer projects. Using three units across sixteen weeks would save nearly £8,000, over 5,200 litres of fuel and over 7,000 kg of CO₂! Use our eco-calculator to estimate your energy savings:

Like what you see?

Your site could make the switch within days, and start seeing measurable improvements to your ESG scores and bottom-line immediately.

Three Things Infrastructure and Construction Firms Can Look Forward to in 2024

With the industry on track to rebound and growing access to innovative technology, there are many reasons for construction leaders to feel optimistic in 2024. So to start your new year off with some positive news, let’s look at three things we at Kelling Group are particularly excited about for the new year:

1. Sustainable equipment is easier to access

Many professionals feel understandably concerned that progress on sustainability is too slow. A recent rail industry poll found that just 13% of leaders believe the UK Government will meet its railway decarbonisation target of 2040, while 87% expect it to fall short.

The truth, however, is many meaningful improvements are being made – and our own product range is a testament to that fact. Over the last year, we’ve released the market’s first fleet of fully-electric van mounted MEWPs, as well as zero emission welfare vans. On top of Welfare Hire’s ever-expanding range of eco-friendly mobile welfare units and tower lights, it’s never been easier to make sustainable decisions about your equipment. 

In 2024, we expect to see a significant uptick in demand for such environmentally sound equipment, as firms see how valuable the boost to their ESG scores can be for winning business – and what could be more positive than that?

2. Innovative tech promises significant gains

In 2024, a wide range of innovative solutions are more easily available – not to mention more powerful! – than ever. The digitisation of strategic equipment, such as mobile welfare units, has unlocked several powerful benefits. 

The most recent mobile welfare units, Welfare Hire released, for example, feature a smart telemetry system that enables you to optimise power usage. This makes it easy to reduce energy waste, which has both ecological and financial benefits. It also allows users to operate remotely, minimise downtime and optimise performance onsite.

3. Better ESG data

The value of accurate environmental, social and governance (ESG) scores is clear. But most firms have struggled to access reliable data on their site’s emissions – until now.

After amassing thousands of days’ worth of volumetric data from construction sites, Kelling Group is able to provide reliable estimates of the volume of CO₂ our equipment emits. And by comparing this to industry standards, we can reveal the size of your environmental savings, along with financial and noise pollution reductions:

Make a Positive Start with Kelling Group

While these trends show that 2024 has lots of potential for progress, success will be determined by your strategic choices – especially when it comes to partnering with the right suppliers. 

At Kelling Group, we believe our role is not just to provide a market-leading fleet of strategic vehicles, but to support our partners with expert guidance and unparalleled service.

Want to forge a stronger partnership this year?

The UK’s Telecommunications Industry Needs Electric Van Mounted MEWPs

From growing consumer demand to the ongoing rollout of 5G, the UK’s telecommunication industry has many reasons to be optimistic. But after a recent pledge from many of the country’s leading telecom brands to reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions, many will wonder: what exactly can the industry do to ensure sustainability throughout its entire supply chain?

Electric vehicles are an easy win

According to Bain and company, 85% of telecom brands’ carbon emissions come from scope three emissions, with network construction accounting for a large proportion of their overall footprint. This means a focus on factors like the kind of van mounted MEWPs and other strategic equipment used during construction and maintenance are essential to decarbonisation efforts.

Fortunately, 2023 saw the emergence of the UK’s first fleet of fully-electric van mounted MEWPs. This represents an easy win for telecom brands: they can quickly replace their existing MEWPs with fully-electric alternatives that have already proven popular with early adopters.

Here are three benefits this will bring:

1. Reduce environmental impact

Fully-electric van mounted MEWPs eliminate both carbon emissions and noise pollution. They run on 100% electric power, enabling you to operate with ease in Ultra Low Emission Zones. This can have a profound impact on the total environmental impact of construction and maintenance projects, leading to…

2. Improve ESG

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) scores are increasingly crucial to secure investments. Embracing fully-electric van mounted MEWPs will give a solid boost to any telecom brand’s ESG, helping them access funding during times of increased competition.

3. Better performance

Access Zero’s fully-electric van mounted MEWPs come with 24/7 operational support, and you get a dedicated account manager to ensure the transition process is fast and smooth. The result? Your new MEWPs are secure and reliable – helping every project stay on track.

Take Control of Your Supply Chain in 2024

At Access Hire, we believe our partners should never settle for second best. That’s why we pride ourselves on delivering the most innovative products on the market – and making them easily accessible for every business we work with.

Want to start decarbonising your projects?

Three Ways Mobile Welfare Units Can Help Construction Firms Prepare for 2024

After a decline in project starts this year, experts predict the UK’s construction sector will see a 12% recovery in 2024. This will create huge opportunities for successful firms, but there will also be an increase in competition over contracts.

How can firms remain competitive, and what should they do today to win more contracts in 2024?

In this article, we explore three ways mobile welfare units can help firms in the new year:

1. Focus on ESG

The challenge:

Pressure to decarbonise construction supply chains and create a more sustainable way of working is nothing new. But 2024 will see Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) scores go from a growing concern to a crucial competitive advantage. 

Firms must already show their net zero commitments to bid on contracts worth £5 million or more, and the new year will only see this trend towards ESG-focused tenders grow, especially as the Government seeks to regulate ESG ratings agencies in January and produce more reliable, consistent measurements.

What you can do today:

ESG is inherently complex, but factors like adopting eco-friendly mobile welfare units and tower lights can only have a positive impact on your score. The EcoXLi is a perfect example: it runs on 100% solar power and uses next generation lithium battery cells to negate the need for a generator. But it also features a smart telemetry system to guarantee optimal usage of power, as well as rainwater harvesting to minimise water waste.

2. Invest in staff wellbeing

The challenge:

Two factors will converge to make staff wellbeing a priority in 2024: the ongoing mental health crisis in construction and talent shortages. A recent study found that over 50% of construction workers suffer with mental health issues, while 63% of trades are struggling to find new staff in the UK.

As a result, there will be an even greater premium on employee retention. Firms that attract and retain workers will be better equipped to deliver projects on time, and face fewer issues around shortages, absenteeism and low morale.

What you can do today:

There are many factors that influence staff wellbeing, from site safety to schedule flexibility. However, one of the most decisive is the quality, size and comfort of your on-site welfare units. 

Welfare Hire’s ECO XLi mobile welfare unit supports employee wellbeing and retention in several ways:

  • The XL internal space enables more staff to use units at the same time. This encourages team bonding and ensures important conversations around mental health can be conducted in a safe, comfortable environment.
  • Improved non-chemical XL wash facilities improve hygiene for smarter, safer working and cater for more dynamic workforces.
  • The investment in higher quality, technologically advanced welfare units signal to employees that you value their wellbeing.

3. Build stronger supplier relations

The challenge:

With a large dip in output and an increase in project delays across 2023, the new year will see many firms racing to make up for lost time. The challenge then will be staying on schedule and keeping costs under control – both of which put firms at the mercy of their volatile supply chains.

The solution is to build more robust relationships with your suppliers, including everything from raw materials to strategic equipment like mobile welfare units. But how can firms achieve this?

What you can do today:

The key is to select suppliers that provide comprehensive support and treat the relationship as a partnership, collaborating to add further value.

At Welfare Hire, we take pride in the strength and durability of our customer relationships. From specialist support and dedicated services to strategic collaboration on how to deploy our mobile welfare units and tower lights most effectively on projects, we offer the kind of reliable, added value service our partners need.

Prepare for 2024 with Welfare Hire

Build a robust partnership with Welfare Hire to improve ESG and employee wellbeing – and support your tendering process in the new year.

Why Facility Managers Need to Embrace Electric Van Mounted MEWPs

Every facility manager today knows they need to reduce their carbon footprint.

76% say their clients consider sustainability “the most important issue” in the tendering process¹, meaning that carbon reduction is not just about ethics – it’s crucial to winning business.

But how can facility managers produce a meaningful reduction without totally overhauling their existing processes?

The answer is simple: through embracing fully electric van mounted MEWPs for ongoing maintenance work.

Van Mounted MEWPs are an opportunity to reduce emissions

Facility managers routinely use van mounted MEWPs to undertake maintenance work, and few leaders have  identified them as an opportunity to reduce emissions. But as pressure to institute more sustainable processes, many are looking to this new option.

CBRE recently argued that facilities managers should switch to an electric fleet to improve sustainability². And the chief reason most facility managers haven’t made the switch is there was not a reliable source of fully-electric van mounted MEWPs – until now.

The rise of fully-electric Van Mounted MEWPs

Earlier this year, Access Zero launched the UK’s only fleet of fully-electric van mounted MEWPs. With zero carbon emissions and silent running, they enable facility managers to undertake regular maintenance work without adding to their carbon footprint or contributing to noise issues.

This is an important step for the facility management industry. A study from Reading University found that facilities managers are far less likely to measure and inspect their supply chain for carbon emissions than other factors³. But the introduction of fully-electric options makes it far easier to ensure your fleet is clean – and therefore signals your attention to detail.

now is the time to act

There is a major opportunity for facility managers to become early adopters of electric vehicles – and they should grasp it with both hands. Not only will doing so show their intent to reduce emissions and implement more sustainable practices; it will position them as pioneers in the industry – which could have a lasting positive effect on their reputation. 

Better still, it is easy to introduce fully-electric van mounted MEWPs today. With Access Zero as your dedicated partner, you have everything you need to make a seamless transition that will give you a clear edge in the tendering process.

Want to learn more about Access Zero’s fully-electric fleet?


Three Ways the EcoWC2 Toilet Pod Solves Your Employee Experience Problems

With chronic labour shortages and declining productivity, UK construction firms need to deliver better employee experience. But research suggests things are trending in the opposite direction. 

A recent poll found that 37% of workers feel their employee experience is worse than it was before the pandemic, with 53% feeling less motivated. This puts extra pressure on leaders to find novel solutions to their employees’ problems – one of which is improving on-site facilities.

In this article, we explore three ways our new EcoWC2 towable toilet block solves problems that harm employee experience on construction sites:

1. Increased comfort

Cramped, uncomfortable hygiene facilities are the norm on construction sites. In fact, one study found that 1 in 5 sites fail to meet legal requirements with their welfare facilities. This sends a clear message that employees’ safety and comfort is not a priority.

The EcoWC2 reverses this narrative. It provides separate XL, non-chemical, water system wash and changing facilities that not only ensure optimal hygiene, but provide a more comfortable experience for users. From coat hooks and air fresheners to non-slip chequer plate flooring.

2. Easy access and setup

Bringing most toilets onto your site requires Heavy Goods Vehicles or site access plans. This creates additional stress for site managers, but the EcoWC2 removes that stress.

The facilities are easily towable, making access and setup seamless on every construction site. Facilities can be placed wherever will be most convenient for workers, ultimately creating a more positive daily experience.

3. Minimised servicing time

The frequency of toilet service intervals – i.e., how often facilities require emptying of waste and refilling with water – is usually framed as a cost-saving factor. The less often you have to empty and clean the waste tank, the less you spend on things like transport. But there is another element to consider here: access to the facilities. 

Even relatively short periods where toilets are unavailable can have a negative impact on your staff, and the EcoWC2 ensures this is not an issue. It minimises service intervals through a combination of XL waste tanks and smart telemetry to monitor tank levels – delivering cost savings, carbon reductions and a better experience for employees.

Small Changes Make a Big Difference to Employees

At Welfare Hire, we believe improved equipment is one of the simplest and most effective ways of improving employee experience. Getting fundamentals like welfare units or on-site WC facilities right can have an outsized impact on everything from your carbon footprint to employee engagement and retention.

Want to learn about our full range of innovative welfare products?