Closomat have published a new white paper outlining the updated ‘Best practice’ guidelines for accessibility provision within multi occupancy buildings.
Toileting solutions specialists Closomat are advising that school buildings must address more than disability to be inclusive.
Robin Tuffley, Closomat Marketing Manager, has been talking about how improving bathroom facilities can opening a business’ doors to a £420million spend.
New ‘best practice’ guidelines have been published addressing bedroom and bathroom accessibility in multi-occupancy buildings, be it new build or refurbishment, and Closomat is getting engaged.
Closomat has developed a package which allows developers, from one source, to make a stylish cloakroom, wetroom or bathroom for the occupant to carry out their intimate care to supreme levels of cleanliness, without no help required.
Marketing manager at Closomat, Robin Tuffley, believes inclusion and accessibility access go beyond people solely with disabilities, but those with racial, religious, physical and mental considerations too.
Closomat have produced and published a guide that offers advice to ensure the key aspects concerning a bathroom/wetroom and toilet, as occupier needs change, are considered.