As construction adapts to the new reality imposed by Covid-19 and social distancing, employers have now got additional responsibility for their teams safety; particularly when out on the road, or on site.
Armada has discussed this issue with many concerned customers who have been wondering how to get their teams back on site while keeping them safe. Initially it was mainly essential workers, but it soon became clear that eventually all of us would return to a work environment quite different from the one we were used to.
Following a brainstorming session, the idea of individual sanitisation packs really stood out as a practical provision for people on the move. While it is possible to stock individual sites with quantities of cleaning and PPE products, it is not so easy to provide for people when travelling around multiple sites. What they need is a handy personal kit that is with them at all times.
So the Sanibucket was born: and it has proved very popular. It is a sturdy bucket with lid and handle, filled with a range of useful items such as hand sanitiser, face masks, anti-bacterial wipes, vinyl gloves, etc. There is even a space for the bucket to be personalised.
Sanibuckets are now being used by all manner of personnel within the construction sectors, including surveyors, and delivery drivers; as well as companies in other sector.
A popular approach has been to provide a Sanibucket for each company van, to help protect whoever goes out.
Sanibuckets are still available, and can be purchased at:
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