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Simple Solution Solves Pressing Health Issue

Author: Pegasus Welfare Solutions

Sometimes it’s the simplest solutions that have the biggest impact, such as the new modular welfare and sanitary units developed during the Covid pandemic.

Taking the leap from a high-flying career to drive your patented innovation during a pandemic could be viewed as risky.

But when your invention is a gamechanger for one of the biggest issues facing a fast-growing industry, and a solution to a healthy, safe and efficient workforce during a global crisis, it’s probably worth taking.

Covid-fighting offshore handwash stations are latest Pegasus contract for Triton Knoll

Author: Pegasus Welfare Solutions

• Pegasus Welfare Solutions designs and delivers hot water handwash stations to fight offshore Covid-19 to Triton Knoll

• “Innovation isn’t always the latest cutting-edge engineering from a lab but a simple solution to solve immediate issues”

• Solution to offshore ‘new normal’ part of PWS’ ongoing modular welfare and hygeine solutions for Triton Knoll workforce

Pegasus offshore welfare innovation cleans up at Moray East

Author: Pegasus Welfare Solutions

• Norfolk-based Pegasus Welfare Solutions Ltd (PWS) wins contract for its unique offshore hygiene systems to support Moray East’s ‘Covid-secure’ workplace.

• Its first contract in Scotland will lead to PWS expansion and investment in a new fabrication base.

• Its modular units improve offshore safety and productivity as well as hygiene standards by cutting ladder climbs by a third

• Third contract in six weeks for the east of England-based business

Offshore welfare and hygiene specialist PWS plans Scotland base

Author: Pegasus Welfare Solutions

• Pegasus Welfare Solutions Ltd (PWS) announces expansion and a new fabrication base in Scotland after its first contract win there

• It will build all its marine-grade alimunium-framed modular units for Scottish offshore wind farms in Scotland for local content.

• As well as supporting a covid-secure offshore environment, its units boost safety and productivity by cutting ladder climbs by a third