Hand-sanitizer will help limit the spread of the Coronavirus, or COVID-19. But the prices of hand-sanitizer are going through the roof, are there other ways to ensure you’re safe? Here are the top suggestions from the World Health Organisation (WHO).
COVID-19, or the Coronavirus disease is officially here and uprooting our lives. As everyone is starting plans to self-quarantine, some businesses and industries can’t afford to stop working or production. Our first recommendation is obviously to stay at home. But we can help with some advice to keep your skeleton staff moving – slowly.
There’s no such thing as a weird phobia. Many people have them, it’s part of life. Some people have developed phobias from bad past experiences, others can’t quite pinpoint why they’re scared but that doesn’t make it any less real.
The toilet is actually a common trigger for a number of phobias. So next time you’re banging on the door of an unsuspecting, poor soul as you impatiently wait for them to avail the porta-loo, consider this:
Portable toilets are a necessity for all work sites that don’t have access to plumbing. From construction sites to the agricultural and mining sector, portable or temporary toilet facilities are essential in providing for workers’ basic rights. If you’re looking for your next hire, here’s what to consider:
While we’re not sure what Google search or school assignment brought you here, if, like us, you’ve wondered how toilets first came about and how they have evolved, you’re in the right place. Welcome. Let’s dive right in.
If you have a septic tank, you probably know hundreds of ways to say ‘DO NOT FLUSH FOREIGN OBJECTS’ and have plastered these reminders all over your home or workplace. But no matter how many signs there are and how many funny puns you can use to get the message across, there’s always more than just toilet paper and water that ends up going down the drain.