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The Bradley Corporation's Healthy Handwashing Survey revealed some interesting differences between men and women when it comes to concern about getting COVID-19.
Nearly half of high school students surveyed are worried there won't be enough time to wash their hands at school.
A new national survey reveals that 62% of consumers say clean restrooms increase their spending.
Summer is winding to a close, and students are headed back to school. Will dirty restrooms create a negative impression of their school and its leaders?
Most consumers will spend more at businesses with well-kept restrooms, finds 10th Annual Healthy Hand Washing Survey.
The Healthy Hand Washing Survey by Bradley Corporation reveals that 56% of workers have seen colleagues leave the restroom without washing their hands.
Pay toilets aren't common these days, but 56% of Americans say they'd consider paying as long as they were guaranteed a clean, well-stocked public restroom.
While the flu is widespread, Southerners are more worried about catching it than adults in the Northeast, Midwest or West, according to Bradley Corp.’s Annual Healthy Hand Washing Survey.
Nearly 90% of American workers think the condition of workplace restrooms indicates how much a company values its employees.
In recognition of National Women Build Week, May 2-7, Bradley Corp. sponsored and participated in Waukesha, WI-based Habitat for Humanity’s event to build this year’s designated Women Build house.
Cell phone usage in a restroom stall is no longer taboo. According to Bradley Corporation's 2016 Healthy Hand Washing Survey, men and women text, check social media, and email in the privacy of a stall.
Women outperform men when it comes to hand hygiene in the workplace: Almost half of men report seeing others exit their workplace restroom without washing up, according to the 2015 Healthy Hand Washing Survey.
A good number of women and men report they use evasive maneuvers to avoid coming in contact with germs in a public restroom.
The newest technologies can elevate worker protection.
In keeping with the museum’s “reduce and recycle” theme, the Bradley all-in-one Advocate Lavatory Systems are installed in both the girls ("mermaids") and boys ("pirates") washrooms.
This article from Bradley Corporation discusses how reducing water consumption and paper towel use are among the ways to achieve greener restrooms.
Three-fourths of consumers believe a bad restroom indicates poor management. The survey highlights interesting disparities between men and women in their hand washing habits. Nearly three-fourths of women (74%) say they always wash their hands after using a public restroom compared to just 60% of men always do so.
Bradley’s antimicrobial accessories are designed to inhibit the growth of bacteria and other microbes beginning when the microorganisms first come into contact with the product’s surface.