Blast resistant buildings are commonly used at power plants, refineries and other hazardous sites to keep workers safe, comfortable and closer to the action. In most cases, blast resistant modules are required to operate within blast zones.
Below are a few ways adding BRMs to your jobsite can help keep your team safe and your project on track.
Benefits of Adding Blast Resistant Modules to Your Jobsite
- Enhanced Jobsite Safety – BRMs can withstand events up to 8 PSI for 200 milliseconds, keeping your team much safer than alternate facilities.
- Avoid Costly Delays or Shutdowns – Adding code-compliant BRMs to your jobsite can help you avoid project disruptions and worksite shutdowns for having inadequate facilities.
- Increased Productivity – BRMs allow operators avoid transporting workers to distant safe zones for restroom and meal breaks. That means more time on the job and staying productive.
- Configured to Your Jobsite – Units can be delivered almost anywhere, set up on any hard surface and stacked to maximize your jobsite space.
Finish Setting up Your Jobsite with One Call
Quickly set up your workspace in a blast zone with blast resistant modules from WillScot. Our team of experts can help quickly deploy BRM units, no matter where your next project takes you. Complete your workspace with all the furniture, data, storage and other essentials you need to be ready to work.