Author Archive: Will Vickery
Posted by Will Vickery on October 16th 2019 in Helpful Advice
Your body needs water to function well – it takes up over half your body weight and you can only survive for 3 days without it. It is so vital to our existence and wellbeing that access to water was made a human right in 2010. There are many reasons that water is important: firstly it keeps you revitalised and with enough energy to carry on with your tasks. You need to drink enough water for your blood to be thin enough to transport glucose and oxygen around your body to the necessary muscles and organs to give...
Posted by Will Vickery on October 9th 2019 in Helpful Advice
Hospitals are all about delivering the best level of care for patients. The experience should be made as simple, comfortable and easy as possible for the patients and employees. Part of this experience is having the comfort of being able to easily access clean and refreshing drinking water around the hospital. Hospitals looking to promote health and wellbeing to their patients and employees should be offering that and more. Scientists say that a loss of 1% of body mass due to dehydration can impair performance. A doctor, nurse or patient who is wilting due to dehydration won’t be in the...
Posted by Will Vickery on October 2nd 2019 in Charity & Events , Environment
On Saturday the 28th September, Thirsty Work held its annual Super Saturday event, which is a great opportunity to gather every member of the team from across all our depots, to work on team building and to communicate and promote our aims for the business and how we can continue to improve our service and product offering for our customers.
This year’s event was held at Dawlish Warren with the theme being an environmental theme, as we wanted to communicate to our staff about our continued investment to improve our service and product offering to help our customers reduce their single...
Posted by Will Vickery on September 24th 2019 in General
As the Brexit situation continues to play out, businesses are having to become evermore prepared for whatever outcome may occur with Brexit. So how is Thirsty Work preparing for Brexit? Over the past 18 months, Thirsty Work have put in a number of operations and plans in place to ensure that our customers will continue to receive an excellent level of product selection and service.
As a business we are now the leading independent B2B drinking water solutions provider in the region. A progressive approach to single use plastic has seen over 10,000,000, single use, plastic cups taken out of the UK. A new hospitality...
Posted by Will Vickery on September 2nd 2019 in Water Coolers
Why should businesses rent a water cooler? Whether you’re a large corporation or a local SME, renting a water cooler or dispenser from a local water cooler supplier is often a much more commercially viable option, because when you rent a water cooler you receive a full upkeep and delivery service, full warranty and a dedicated company who will be able to support you with your hydration needs.
This level of expertise and service will allow you to have a hassle free and more cost-effective experience with your water cooler, resulting in you saving money but also being able to focus...
Posted by Will Vickery on August 28th 2019 in Helpful Advice
Being productive, focused and hardworking can be a key differentiate for an individual, team or business in being successful. So how do you improve people’s productivity?
The ability for a CEO or Managing Director to not only maximise his or hers performance but also each individual in the business, can allow them to gain a competitive advantage over their competitors which is why the topic of office productivity and performance is so hot. Here are our top 10 tips to improve your office’s productivity?
1. Tackle the Harder Tasks First
Being productive isn’t about working fast. It’s working on what matters and...
Posted by Will Vickery on August 22nd 2019 in Environment
A large challenge facing the global population currently, is how do we reduce the use of single use plastic products to help tackle climate change? This has seen charities, businesses and local government in a number of towns and cities installing public access drinking water fountains, which provide free safe drinking water, where people can fill up their refillable water bottles, removing the need to buy single use plastic water bottles.
Making water fountains accessible to people can be highly beneficial for not only health reasons, but also in terms of waste reduction and sensible resource management.
The over consumption of sweet...
Posted by Will Vickery on July 23rd 2019 in Environment
Consumers and businesses across the globe haven begun to make a real effort to review their environmental policies and ensure practices and processes are as environmentally friendly as possible. As a business supplier Thirsty Work are able to support businesses in their efforts to reduce the use of single use plastic with our water coolers and our new range of biodegradable and compostable paper cups and cones.
Since introducing this range in 2018 our customers have been able to remove millions of plastic cups from circulation by replacing them with our biodegradable and paper cups.
Since launching the range, we have found...
Posted by Will Vickery on September 24th 2018 in Charity & Events
As one of the leading water cooler and water dispenser suppliers in the UK, we aim to provide convenient hydration solutions, with an excellent service to thousands of customers. Whilst this is our main aim, we also recognise that not everyone across the globe is as privileged as we are, for example not having access to such a necessity like clean drinking water.
In association with the British Water Cooler Association, we have raised funds for the charity Just a Drop who work at a grass root level to support local communities around the world with access to sustainable safe water...
Posted by Will Vickery on September 5th 2018 in General, Health
Recently TV and radio broadcaster, Adrian Chiles, spoke about his battle and coming to terms with the amount of alcohol he was consuming. Adrian never really thought about the actual numerical volume of alcohol he was drinking until after tracking his alcohol consumption an expert revealed that he was consuming 80 – 100 units per week, which is way over the recommended 14 units per week.
Adrian’s doctor told him if he carried on drinking alcohol in such excess that his liver damage could cause cirrhosis or death.
In addition to the damage that alcohol can have on the major organs in...