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5 Incredible Worksite Products To Help Your Construction Team

When you and your team are preparing to begin a construction project, you may be focused primarily on ensuring the heavy equipment, dump trucks, and other essentials are in place and ready to roll on day one. But along the way, you should also pay attention to the many little things that will also make it easier and safer for your construction team to do its job.

If you’re ready to help out your team as much as possible, here are five worksite products that need to be at your site.

1. Portable Toilets

It goes without saying that portable toilets will make working on any construction site much easier for everyone. When planning for these items, always make sure you know how many people will be at your job site on a typical day and plan accordingly. By factoring this expense into your budget from the beginning, you can rent enough toilets to be placed at various locations on the site.

2. Portable Roadways and Platforms

Since there will be workers moving about here and there and also many pieces of equipment that need to be able to quickly move around from one area to another, arrange to have plenty of access mats available that can be used for both portable roadways or as working platforms for workers and vehicles. This will not only keep everyone safer but also increase efficiency on the job.

3. First Aid Kits

On any construction site, workers can suffer an array of injuries. Rather than always having to stop and locate a nearby first aid kit, have plenty of these in and around offices and at safety stations to help with cuts or other injuries that won’t require a doctor’s care.

4. Fire Extinguishers

Should a small fire break out when sparks are flying from a welder or saw, having a fire extinguisher nearby can be both convenient and smart from a safety standpoint. By having fire extinguishers located in areas where they can be easily accessed, you and your workers can prevent needless delays or tragedies that may delay the completion of the project.

5. Shaded Break Areas

Summer construction projects can be extremely hot. To help your workers take their breaks and cool off, consider having shaded break areas where they can get under a canopy, have a drink of water, and get re-energized. Taking care of workers and keeping them safe from heat stroke should be a priority.

By showing your construction team you have the products needed to make their workday a bit easier, they will respond in kind with increased productivity and efficiency, which benefits everyone.

 

Also, read: 5 Simple Ways To Improve Construction Site Efficiency

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Author: Lizzie Weakley

Lizzie Weakley is a freelance writer from Columbus, Ohio. In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors and walks in the park with her husky, Snowball.

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