Inclusive Bathrooms

What do bathrooms have to do with inclusion?

When people do not have a bathroom option that is accessible, or they do not feel comfortable and/or safe accessing it, they may choose to not use the bathroom. As well as limiting opportunities for individuals, this can lead to health risks such as urinary tract infections and depression.

By making bathrooms accessible to as many people as possible, you can make your workplace more inclusive.

What do workplaces need to know about bathrooms to make your spaces more inclusive for everyone?

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