CAUGHT short and nowhere to go? Need to wash your grimy hands but there are no facilities? These are just some of the issues faced by construction firms operating in remote locations.
But supplying such facilities is exactly what Cartwright Conversions does.
The mobile welfare vehicle specialist supports construction firms operating in remote locations with essential amenities such as washing, toilets, drinking water and rest facilities that must be available under law to all employees.
Cartwright Conversions will be showcasing at the CV show, their mobile welfare vehicles also provide a platform for equipment, tools and utilities to support remote working, customers are able to specify the make and model of the commercial vehicle and its configuration to meet their requirements.
Cartwright Conversions engineers work with customers to agree the specifications and devise designs to meet business objectives and requirements with all installation work completed at the company’s dedicated ISO9001 certified facility in Doncaster.
The standard welfare vehicle layout typically includes:
- a toilet cubicle with a hot water sink;
- a fully flushing fresh water toilet;
- hand-washing facilities;
- a canteen area with a hot water boiler, microwave and fridge;
- a fire extinguisher;
- first aid kit;
- eye wash station; and
- secure storage for tools and other items.
Conversions also include electrical services such as power supplies, side and reverse cameras, exterior lighting, LED charging points, and internal motion-sensing LED lighting as well as application of customer-specific livery.
Cartwright Conversions offers a one-stop solution, including liaison with vehicle suppliers to arrange delivery of the base chassis, sourcing and installing specialist equipment, managing all pre-delivery inspections and preparing all statutory documentation such as VCA Type Approval and Conformity of Production.