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Public In-Conveniences

Public In-Conveniences is a brief and easy-to-use guide for organisations which have a special interest in the provision of “away from home” toilets.

Clearly explaining the requirements of different sections of the population, dealing with policy issues, advising on the design of cubicles, nappy changing facilities and many other issues, this  carefully researched, free guide suggests ways to improve standards and encourage good practice.

The information provided is current and includes direct links for those providers who require more detailed, specific information. The guide incorporates two sections ‘Further Reading’ and ‘Sources of Further Information’ which include current legislation and British Standards.

Author's Comments

Renowned toilet expert Susan Cunningham FRSPH gives you the latest information in her “Author’s Comments” section:

Author's Comments

I am pleased to announce that Professor Davey L. Jones has contacted me regarding a recently published paper which deals comprehensively with the risks associated with public toilet facilities during a pandemic. It presents a range of mitigating actions for users of these essential facilities, and those responsible for their design, maintenance, and management. Published in “Science of the Total Environment”, the title is:

“What is the risk of acquiring SARS-CoV-2 from the use of public toilets?”

By Stephanie J. Dancer; Yuguo Li; Alwyn Hart; Julia W. Tang and Professor Davey L. Jones.

For the more information about public toilets, provided by Susan Cunningham FRSPH, go to Author’s Comments.

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Comments From Readers

The winners have been announced for the first Technology & Marketing Awards, specifically for the cleaning, hygiene, and facilities management sectors. The winner of the Influencer / Impact Award is Susan Cunningham, for her Public In-Conveniences guide and her exceptional contribution to improving toilet provision in the UK.

Comments From Readers

The purpose of this guide is to suggest ways of improving standards of ‘away from home’ toilets and to promulgate good practice.  It is aimed at a wide range of organisations with a special interest in toilet provision.  These may include:

  • Local Authorities
  • Planners
  • Designers
  • Architects
  • Charities
  • Environmentalists
  • Educationalists
  • Tourist Associations
  • Retailers

The guide is a simple, factual introduction to providing ‘away from home’ toilets. For those providers who require more detailed, specific information it incorporates two sections ‘Further Reading’ and ‘Sources of Further Information’ which include details of current [at the time of going press]  legislation and British Standards.

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Public In Conveniences is provided Free of Charge

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