Published by Rosie on January 27th, 2011 in Drinks Holders
When running a business this often means you must also run a busy office. With new, vigilant health and safety law’s this can be quite a daunting responsibility! You must be aware of every possible risk and take precautions to prevent these potential hazards from happening. One obvious danger which can often be over looked is burnt fingers. It is a well known fact that we all drink more tea and coffee at work than we would at home. Maybe this is because we’re trying to cram in as many breaks as possible, or maybe a nice hot beverage has positive effects on the stress of work. Either way, with the constant to-ing and fro-ing, backwards and forwards with hot drinks, spilling, dripping, dropping and scolding are frequent risks. I’ve worked in many offices over the years and have seen many people drop their drinks due to scolded fingers, spill them over their keyboards due to burns and basically not make it across from the canteen to their desk until the drink has cooled first. This is an obvious problem which is very easily resolved with the use of office cup holders.
Investing in something as simple as plastic cup holders can protect your business from unexpected nasty claims whilst showing your staff that you value them and their quick typing fingers! Take a look at our Acorn Insulating Drinks Holders featured to your right.
- Insulating holders for use with plastic disposable cups
- Keeps the cup stable whilst enabling the user to lift the cup without burning their fingers
- Designed to fit standard 7oz squat and tall cups
- Quantity 10
- 24% off!
Perfect for use with hot drink vending machines, these cup holders are an essential item for retailers selling hot drinks in plastic cups and for the office. Also providing stability when plastic cups don’t quite cut it, these re-usable holders are a more economically sound option than the disposable cardboard variety.
Some Green Advice From Acorn
Government ‘Pre Treatment’ regulations came into force October 2007. These regulations stipulate that all businesses must recycle part of their waste.
Landfill tax is increasing every year, making the disposal of conventional waste more expensive. Recycling may enable you to reduce your waste disposal costs.