Content related to ‘Rest Rooms’
OSHA and the National Center for Transgender Equality form an alliance to protect the safety and health of transgender workers.
A good number of women and men report they use evasive maneuvers to avoid coming in contact with germs in a public restroom.
A cheap fixture will not stand up to the cleaning in commercial application and will become an eyesore. Meanwhile, the most economical soap is the one that no one complains about. So how should a facility manager decide what to buy?
Many big name fast food franchises like Starbucks and McDonald’s are installing waterless urinals as a resource conservation measure.
Since most offices in the U.S. will be closed in honor of the July 4th celebration, the FacilityBlog Friday Funny is coming to readers one day earlier.
Cintas’ annual “Bowl Game” is back—recognizing “top 10 places to go—when you’ve got to go”—as the company kicks off its 12th annual America’s Best Restroom contest.
In celebration of the 161st anniversary of Herman Melville’s great American novel, Moby Dick, find out what lengths a person will go to when prompted by a dare.
Nearly 40% of secondary school girls reported ”holding it in” so they didn’t have to go to the toilet. And 16% of secondary school boys reported “bad things” happening in the toilets, making them wary of going in there.