The project has in place a written worker welfare plan for worker accommodation, ensuring at a minimum this covers issues around maintenance, security, health and safety, living conditions and relationships with the local communities.
Rules and regulations governing accommodation are reasonable and non-discriminatory, in line with the company’s health and safety policy and in accordance with international guidelines and standards as well as local legislation. The project also ensures communication of, and access to a mechanism for reporting concerns, complaints, or potential violations of employee rights.
The accommodation is procured from a third party, the project has in place, a process to manage the initial procurement and to periodically assess living conditions in the facilities, assuring compliance with the companies’ general management standards on living conditions and worker welfare.
The project ensures that worker accommodation meets local building codes and is of sound construction and resistant to extreme weather events. Worker accommodation meets all passive and active fire safety requirements, including fire and gas detection systems, and is located away from site-specific hazards such as blast zones or toxic fumes.
Medical Facilities

The project ensures adequate medical facilities, equipment, and personnel are available.

Heating/Air Conditioning/Ventilation

The project ensures that all heating, air conditioning, ventilation, and noise control in sleeping accommodation and recreational facilities are appropriate to the climate and local standards and provide a comfortable and healthy environment to rest.

Sleeping facilities

The project ensures that sleeping facilities provide workers with an adequate level of privacy, and that a separate bed and mattress for each worker is provided. The sleeping facilities are kept clean and in good condition to allow proper rest.

Bathing facilities:

The project ensures that showers and wash basins are appropriate to the number of workers; segregated by gender; in proximity to the sleeping facilities; kept clean, adequately ventilated and lighted; in good working condition, and allow privacy.

Toilet facilities

The project ensures that toilet facilities—including toilets, urinals, and sinks—are appropriate to the number of workers, adequately ventilated and lighted, segregated by gender, kept in a clean and fully working condition, and allow privacy.

Waste Treatment

The project ensures that wastewater and solid waste treatment complies with local standards or with the IFC’s Environmental, Health, and Safety Guidelines for Water and Sanitation where local standards are unavailable. It must be designed to prevent contamination and avoid the spread of infection and disease and the proliferation of mosquitoes, flies, rodents, and other pest vectors.

Access to water

The project ensures that clean water, both potable and for washing, is always readily available to prevent dehydration and diseases resulting from lack of hygiene.

Leisure, social and telecommunication facilities

The project ensures that basic leisure and social facilities for rest and recreation during free time are provided, as well as means to communicate with family, such as access to the internet to alleviate homesickness and feelings of isolation. Where possible, the project provides space for religious observance.

Canteen, Cooking, and Laundry Facilities

The project ensures that canteen, cooking, and laundry facilities are adequate to the number of workers and that equipment is clean, sanitary, and operational. Services are provided for free or reasonably priced, never above the local market price. When caterers are contracted to provide food service, specific dietary needs of workers are incorporated into the specifications. A healthy mix of food options is offered, and food should be of sufficient quality and quantity. Hygiene standards are met. Third party kitchen inspections are held regularly, and inspection reports filed.


The project ensures transportation that is safe, comfortable, and easily accessible is provided to the worksite from the housing facility and back. Transport is available for access to leisure facilities, banking, or shopping where the housing is remotely located.

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Environmental Protection Green Technology

It is important to us to conduct all corporate activities in such a way that the environment is protected as well as possible. That is why we place great emphasis on the lowest possible energy consumption and the reduction of our CO2 emissions. Thanks to our product innovations, efficient strategy, and the use of the most modern insulation systems.,

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Sales & Rental

Our modular cabins solutions are manufactured and assembled in Qatar, which makes it easy and faster to mobilize the cabins to the site. Well-maintained equipment and our quality customer service are our pride with cost-effective solutions to fit your budget. Our panache lies in providing modular and prefab cabins offering multiple options to those in need. All materials used in the manufacture of our cabins are approved and certified by Qatar Civil Defense. Looking for modular/portable cabins for rent/sales, consult with our engineers and designers regarding your requirements. ​