For those seeking value for money and portability, the standard unit is the best fit: A simple non-flush design, ideal for building sites. The toilet will be serviced on at least a weekly basis.
- Lightweight and portable
- Self closing door
- Steel base with carrying handles
- Dimensions – 1120mm(W) x 1080mm(L) x 2300mm(H)
- Weight – 60kg
- Toilet Paper Holder
- Lockable Bin 100litre
- Bin Lid
- Bin Lid Clamp
According to the Occupational Heath and Safety Code 2009 part 24 at least 1 portable toilet must be supplied for up to 10 workers/people on a work site.
Data below is extracted from the heath and safety code.
- Subject to subsection (2), an employer must ensure that a work site has the number of toilets for each sex that are required by Schedule 7, in separate toilet facilities.
- A work site may have only one toilet facility for the use of both sexes if
- the total number of workers at the work site is never more than 10, and
- the door to the toilet facility can be locked from the inside.
- If three or more toilets are required for men, an employer may substitute not more than two thirds of the toilets with urinals.
- If two toilets are required for men, an employer may substitute one of them with a urinal.
- An employer must ensure that a toilet facility is located so that it is readily accessible to the workers who may use it.
Schedule 7 Toilets at a Work Site
Number of toilets required at a work site
Number of workers of the gender
Minimum number of toilets for that gender
|1 — 10||1|
|11 — 25||2|
|26 — 50||3|
|51 — 75||4|
|76 — 100||5|
plus 1 for each additional 30 workers of the gender in excess of 100