Category Archives: HYGIENE

The Case of the Toilet Lid

If you’re one for spreading diseases and undesirables:  put a lid on the matter and do it now!

Being the mother of two children, toilet seats left in the upright position is a “no-no” in the household – after all, who wants to see the inside of a “forgotten flushed” toilet bowl:

Leaving Toilet Lid Up

Management Promoting Good Toilet Hygiene

“School toilets were the first place I would visit.  If a school can’t get the toilets right, it can make you wonder how much they care about their pupils and what else is deficient.”
Former Ofsted inspector

It has to come straight from the top, trickling it’s way down to those who just do not get it or need guidance!  Good toilet hygiene not only benefits you but others as well.

If we mess up the toilets or if we mess up in the toilets – then some form of education has to be introduced to clean up and quick.

http://www.bog-standard.org/adults_management_abuse.aspx

Toilet Hygiene

Let’s admit it readers, we all have a relationship with the toilets – whether it be a healthy or unhealthy one – we need it and just can’t do without it!  But some of these relationships can be infectious in the most stinking way.

How can the situation be improved?  Refer to the link for the low-down on bog standard.

http://www.bog-standard.org/adults_management_hygiene.aspx#001

When the toilet is flushed with the lid open, droplets can land several feet away from the toilet. These droplets have bacteria in them, which can survive several hours or days and multiply at a fantastic rate. School toilets generally provide the ideal breeding ground for bacteria, being damp and often warm. Bacteria can not only get on the floor, where pupils tread in it, but also on sinks, taps, towels and water fountains. This could then lead to something like a tummy bug affecting a large number of pupils. Drinking water outlets should not be located in toilet areas.

 

Cuando el inodoro con la tapa abierta, las gotas pueden caer varios metros de distancia del inodoro. Estas gotitas tienen bacterias en ellos, que pueden sobrevivir durante varias horas o días y se multiplican a un ritmo fantástico. Baños de la escuela generalmente proporcionan el caldo de cultivo ideal para las bacterias, que es húmedo y cálido a menudo. Las bacterias no sólo se puede obtener en el suelo, donde los alumnos pisar en ella, sino también en los fregaderos, grifos, las toallas y las fuentes de agua. Esto podría conducir a algo así como un bicho de estómago que afecta a un gran número de alumnos. Salidas de agua potable no debe colocarse en toi