With so many scenarios going on during this pandemic, ensuring job site safety in the workplace is key. It’s vitally important to not only train employees, but have control measures in place that prevent the spread of infection. There are multiple measures that can assist in ensuring job safety.
Regardless of the virus or bacteria that is causing illnesses across the country, medical professionals in hospitals, nursing homes, and rehabilitation centers are at the highest risk for contracting and spreading illnesses. The following 10 ways will help medical professionals prevent the spread of unwanted bacteria/viruses:
In the age of this global COVID-19 pandemic, it is important for everyone to remain as healthy and hygienic as possible. While on the front line, first responders, FEMA & Red Cross workers, military personnel, utility and construction workers, and medical staff must interact with the general population.
Our goal at Brief Relief is a safe, hygienic, and productive workplace wherever your employees conduct their daily tasks. Brief Relief is trusted by thousands of mobile workers everyday.
While hotshots undergo rigorous physical and psychological training to fight the most aggressive fires and survive in the most primitive living conditions, they still need a bathroom solution that is convenient, sanitary, and most importantly, portable.
Not all forward operating bases (FOB) are the same. For some soldiers, there may be limited electricity, no hot showers, no running water, and no toilets that flush. Fortunately, there’s are lavatory solutions that are not only more sanitary but also more cost-effective.
Brief Relief products are currently being used by the top 100 utility companies in the U.S. and Canada, municipalities, construction companies, government agencies, and the U.S. and Canadian militaries. Here are some reasons why.
Managing for the sustainability of public lands and resources is a huge responsibility that we all must contribute to today. The BLM supports best human waste management practices in public lands, like Brief Relief’s waste solutions.
Whether you are a firefighter rescuing trapped victims, law enforcement controlling the crowds, or EMS treating and transporting victims, being a first responder in the wake of a tornado could mean long hours on call. In a crisis, how can these heroes use the bathroom?
In a typical setting, exposure to human wastes is hazardous enough. It’s even more worrisome in hospitals where people are already sick. Waste bags can offer hospitals a more hygienic solution to the management of human waste.
As a flooring installer working on all types of flooring, you know the challenges of finding a bathroom when a project you’re working on doesn’t even have functioning plumbing yet. Here’s when you need a portable lavatory system.
When preparing emergency preparedness kits, many have failed to identify one of the most basic human needs in times of disaster apart from clean water, food, and shelter; the need to use the bathroom.
People’s lives depend on the quick response and competent care of emergency medical technicians (EMTs). There’s never a need to wait for a bathroom with Brief Relief.
How Storing a Portable Lavatory System in the Patrol Car Gives Police a Restroom Stall Anywhere They Go
Cops won’t always have the luxury of having access to bathroom facilities, and an officer knows urinating outside is against the law. Waste bags are the simple solution for unique workplaces without restrooms.
With waste bags, patients don’t need to be assisted or carried to the toilet whenever they need to use the bathroom. Find out more about how Brief Relief can assist private duty nurses.
As a plumber who makes a living installing and repairing toilets, it may seem strange to use anything else when you need to poop or pee. However, when you’re on the job, and there’s no running toilet available to you, you’ll agree that a portable lavatory system is the best solution.
The distraction and discomfort of having to use the restroom in a military aircraft can seriously affect an Airman’s ability to fly or focus, packing waste bags help Airmen comfortably relieve themselves.
Why FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) Should Equip Their Earthquake First Responders with Waste Bags
Whether you’re in the middle of delivering relief goods or transporting residents from their homes to a shelter, you shouldn’t ignore the need to go to the bathroom. See how Brief Relief can aide FEMA first responders.
Imagine if work had to stop each time a member of the crew had to leave the work site to find a bathroom facility. Learn more about Brief Relief and how our products help enhance unique work environments
What happens when you’re on someone else’s massive property, in the middle of nowhere, 300 feet above the ground, and nature calls? It’s not something a lot of workers may think about — until they have to think about it. Thankfully, Brief Relief is a company that has put a great deal of thought into…
Ally Bain was 14 when she experienced the humiliation of having an accident in public. She was out shopping with her mom when the urge to use the bathroom struck. As a patient with Crohn’s disease, she knew she had a matter of minutes before she would lose control of her bowels. Read More at:…
A look into the life of female cab drivers in New York City, the last story in a three-part series. This is the last story in a three-part series on the life of immigrant workers in New York CIty. Here is Part One, on Chinese delivery workers, and Part Two on Latino construction workers. Read More at: https://prospect.org/article/women-behind-wheel
There’s no denying that public bathrooms can be germ-ridden places. According to a study presented at the Infectious Diseases Society of America annual meeting, scientists who studied samples taken from a variety of public restrooms found that the sheer number of illness-causing bacteria present was too big to measure in many cases. Read More at: https://www.everydayhealth.com/healthy-living/can-you-catch-germs-from-a-public-toilet-seat.aspx
New York City taxi drivers put up with a lot. But even for long-suffering hacks, the stomach-churning toilets they’re forced to use at the city’s busiest airport are too much to bear, they said. The bathrooms at JFK Airport‘s Central Taxi Hold, where drivers queue up for fares, have fallen into an appalling state of disrepair. And…
Strict toilet break rules and inadequate facilities are causing discomfort and humiliation for some workers, a labour organization says. Read More at: https://www.bbc.com/news/10360283