Few people know this, but there is actually a difference between ADA-compliant portable restrooms and handicap-accessible porta potties. Read on to learn more.
Asking whether or not OSHA requires hand washing stations is important because no job site wants unknowingly break any of the rules and regulations.
Take a look at these six considerations before you rent that luxury restroom trailer. It could be the difference between getting a good deal and a bad one.
Your construction site needs porta-potties. It would be chaos and madness without them, and no one wants to deal with that stress, mess, or discomfort.
Most germs are spread through hand contact. Touching a door handle, a railing, a wall, an exchange of money, or even shaking hands is all someone needs to do to contract an illness. We can’t stop using our hands for things, and constantly wearing gloves is also unrealistic. Keeping your hands sanitized is the next best solution. If you own a business, work a job site, or plan to host an event, it’s your responsibility
Outdoor events and construction sites need portable restrooms, but it goes beyond the standard and basic portable toilets. You need to supply enough units to accommodate the crowd, and they all need to cater to the needs of the group. Here’s why everyone should rent an ADA-compliant porta potty. It’s the Law Let’s start with the biggest reason why you should rent an ADA-compliant porta-potty. First and foremost, it’s the law. If you’re hosting an
Whether the public likes them or not porta potties are necessary to society. For starters, where do you plan to use the bathroom at an outdoor festival? Or how do construction workers handle their business while working seven-hour shifts? The portable restrooms are here to stay, but they do more than just serve partygoers and construction workers. They play a pretty big role in the environment. Here are three ways porta potties help conserve water