10 Years

Welfare Cabins

LPM has a range of self-powered, self sufficient mobile welfare cabins, ideal for working on a remote site where there is no electricity, water or drains. Whether you are looking for an energy saving welfare cabins and units, an anti-vandal welfare pod with flushing toilet or a welfare building with hydraulic lowering and retractable wheels, there’s a tow-able welfare cabin to suit.

All of our mobile welfare cabins and units provide facilities for 6 or 10 people and are fitted with, seating, tables and separate toilet facilities including wash hand basin as standard and are available nationwide, which includes London and the south-east.

Lightweight, compact, and tow-able, the Mobile Welfare Unit is suitable for a wide range of on-site requirements. Get the on-site services you need, wherever you are. With our Mobile Welfare hire services, your unit will be delivered, installed and fully operational in no time at all.
Easily towed and unhitched, it’s a one man operation to secure and manoeuvre the unit on site – and its unique, built-in hydraulic lift means set-up takes less than 3 minutes.

Well-equipped and fully HSE compliant. The Mobile Welfare Cabin features a canteen with hot and cold water, microwave cooking facilities, a spacious seating area suitable for up to 6 or 10 people, and an electric wall-mounted heater to ensure comfortable working environments are maintained year round.

The unit also features a self-contained toilet compartment and separate drying room, and its high-security windows and all-steel construction make the unit theft and vandal resistant.

It is important for the safety and well-being of your workmen that you, the contractor or client, provide space for washing, eating, storage of belongings and tools, and toilet facilities. It is so important, in fact, that it now forms part of the Health and Safety regulations:

If you are a client then you must ensure that your contractors have arrangements to provide adequate welfare facilities for construction workers. If the work is notifiable then you must ensure that construction work (including demolition) does not start until suitable welfare facilities are in place.

The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007