Navigating Male Incontinence at Work with phs

Dispose with Dignity

For men dealing with incontinence, the absence of male incontinence facilities can be a source of anxiety and burden, potentially impacting their focus, performance, and overall job satisfaction. By incorporating these provisions, employers demonstrate a commitment to accommodating the diverse needs of their workforce, promoting a culture of understanding and support.

This not only helps in retaining valuable employees by ensuring their work environment is equipped to meet their health needs but also positions the organisation as a progressive and empathetic employer. Ultimately, partnering with phs to Dispose with Dignity contributes to a healthier, more inclusive workplace where men feel valued and supported, regardless of their personal health challenges. 

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3-6 million people in the UK suffer from urinary incontinence.*

*Prostate Cancer UK stats

Why should you support the Dispose with Dignity initiative where you are?

Introducing male incontinence provisions in the workplace is the right thing to do and is a commitment to employee welfare, inclusivity, and creating a supportive work environment. Here are six reasons why workplaces should consider such initiatives:

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Promote Men’s Health and Well-being

By providing male incontinence provisions, employers demonstrate care for their employees' health and well-being. This support can alleviate stress and discomfort among those affected, leading to a healthier, more productive workforce.

Enhance Workplace Inclusivity

Making incontinence provisions available creates an inclusive workplace culture that recognises and accommodates the diverse needs of all employees. This inclusivity fosters a sense of dignity and respect in the workplace.

Increase Productivity

Employees with incontinence may face anxiety and distractions, impacting focus and productivity. Proper provisions help them manage discreetly and efficiently, reducing downtime and boosting productivity.

Reduce Stigma and Encourage Openness

Introducing male incontinence provisions normalises discussions on health, reducing stigma. Openness encourages seeking support, fostering a healthier, supportive work environment.

Sustainable Disposal

Implementing incontinence waste bins addresses hygiene and boosts sustainability. Up to 95% of waste from phs bins is diverted from landfill, turning into energy via our LifeCycle Strategy.

Attract and Retain Talent

A commitment to employee health, including male incontinence provisions, makes an organisation more attractive, broadening the talent pool and retaining employees who feel valued.

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1 in 8 men will get prostate cancer in their lifetimes, rising to 1 in 4 in black men.* 

*phs Dispose with Dignity whitepaper

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