Hygiene room advice service ensures adherence to government guidelines

  • 9 Sep 2014

The Department for Education’s Building Bulletin 103 has replaced Bulletins 98 and 99 and sets out a minimum size of 12m2 for hygiene rooms, which should also contain a fixed or mobile hoist, changing bed, accessible shower, sluice toilet and accessible WC.

The company can provide design advice, supply, installation, commissioning and in-going service and maintenance for clients, providing a project management service for hygiene rooms at a range of sites.

The survey revealed that 60% of statemented children are in mainstream schooling, one child in 20 under the age of 16 is disabled, whilst 1600 pupils over five are still wearing nappies at school.

A well designed hygiene room eliminates the need for manual cleansing, encourages independence, enables compliance with religious practices and meets accessibility requirements if used by the community for ‘out of hours’ classes.


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