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Safe hydration in 2021

The benefits of good hydration and its physical and mental health benefits has become one of the key drivers for employers. Coming out of the pandemic, the way we conduct ourselves in our everyday lives will undoubtedly have changed.

Understandably hygiene and safety remain high on the priority list for both employer and employee. The use of a water dispenser is a simple and easy way to provide workplace hydration in a safe and hygienic way.

The WHA is the leading association in the hydration industry. Its mission is to ensure that its Members provide the highest standards of quality, safety and hygiene to the consumer.

Why should Facilities Managers use a WHA Member?

The WHA mantra of “Quality-Trust-Standards” is especially relevant for FMs looking to source a water dispenser supplier. All Members undergo rigorous annual audits to ensure their products and operations are of the highest quality and meet legal requirements. For bottled water dispenser customers there is the affirmation that the water has met the highest quality levels demanded by legislation and the Association.

How are WHA Members adjusting to the gradual return to the workplace?

For workers returning to work, the fear of contracting the virus will be at the forefront of their minds; using toilets and other facilities such as the communal kitchen could be risk areas and the WHA provide Guidelines to Members to ensure that risk is minimised.

WHA Members have been issued with advice on reintroducing hydration into the workplace, and how to engage with their customers to ensure safeguards are met in line with Government guidelines. This includes delivery protocols, use of PPE, hand-washing and guidance on site visit procedure.

Quality.Trust. Standards. We are WHA – the advantage is clear.

Quote WHA in all tender documentation.

Visit www.twha.co.uk/Find-a-Member for a full list of accredited WHA Members.

For more information visit www.twha.co.uk email info@twha.co.uk or call (0)1707 656 382.


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