Meeting the new Department for Education requirements for School Washrooms
Mobile phone camera mis-use in School toilet areas is becoming a wide-spread issue, which the DfE (Department for Education) have strongly addressed – updating their school washroom design brief in November and in some instances have even failed project handovers if the WC cubicle system installed doesn’t fully prevent the mis-use of mobile phones.
The key issue is that school washroom cubicles must have anti-finger trap hinges but these also provide a thin gap which a smart phone can be inserted through revealing a clear picture of the user inside the cubicle, as shown in the diagram below:
Hive is a unique cubicle system developed to meet this issue and also has a retro-fit option available for installations already completed.
We worked with our clients, contractors and architects to create this modular Toilet Cubicle system which is available for New Build Schools with a fully integrated anti-phone trim and also as a retro fit for large School Refurbishments.
Specifying School washrooms? – download our NBS specification or contact us for a chat through the system or to arrange for your projects custom written specification.
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