Clos-o-Mat has released a free-to-download CAD for an assisted-access school hygiene room, ensuring any new project is the correct minimum size and contains the right equipment, as laid down in the Department for Education (DfE) guidelines.
Hygiene rooms are Changing Places assisted-access, wheelchair-friendly toilets that are not open to the public.
There is growing demand from education providers for inclusion of a hygiene room- but confusion over what exactly is needed, said Kelvin Grimes, Clos-o-Mats hygiene rooms and Changing Places project manager.
We have completed so many successful projects in both sectors that we know the key requirements and most practical options for each clients budget, space etc.
Thus we can give a coherent service that will deliver the optimum best value for immediate needs, and future-proof the room for other pupils thereafter.
The hygiene room CAD is now available on the Clos-o-Mat website, complimented by a selection of tools including white papers on accessible school toilet provision, and hygiene rooms, a video and individual product details, specifications and 2D and 3D design drawings.
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