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Portable toilet ascends New York's construction sites
At first glance, the Safety Head may appear to be a barricade or an oversized safety cone. However, upon closer inspection, it is apparent that the bright orange, reflective piece of equipment at the job site is actually a new, one-of-a-kind portable toilet rental which has initially been launched in New York.
This portable toilet has been designed specifically for construction sites where it will stand out and keep workers and members of the public safe.
Whether it's the development of a high-rise building, a renovation of the underground rail network, a bridge repair or highway construction, the Safety Head porta potty will be there, ready to provide comfortable washroom facilities for the entire crew, no matter how long the project takes. The steel lifting hoist (included) was designed so a crane can effortlessly connect to it, and safely transport the Safety Head port a potty to its desired location.
Once the Safety Head is in place, it is sure not to be missed. From the vivid orange exterior colour to the strategically placed red, yellow, and white safety reflectors, it's clear that this portable toilet rental is on a mission to keep crews safe-especially during tunnel, bridge and road construction when the ability to be seen in dark environments and high-traffic areas is crucial. There is a reason construction safety equipment, such as vests, cones, and hard hats, is highly visible, and a construction portable toilet is no exception. CallAhead's Safety Head delivers two functions in one rental, adding more value to the job site.
It is not just the outside that is sure to impress the masses: the interior is equally notable. The surprisingly spacious design is sure to excite the job site crew, and they will be equally thrilled about the option of using a separate non-splash urinal that is directed away from the toilet seat. When nature demands the toilet seat usage, the experience will still be comfortable. Workers will be able to hang their work belt or hardhat on the built-in hook as they enjoy the full-sized seat. They will also be appreciative for the covered toilet paper dispenser that ensures clean wiping materials.
Since odour is always a concern in a construction porta potty, the Safety Head is equipped with extra features to help the smell dissipate quickly. This includes a vent pipe directly connected to the urinal, floor and ceiling wall vents, and a smooth interior that won't absorb any odour. The job site crew will also appreciate the natural light that seeps in through the translucent roof, as well as the lockable door that alerts others that the facility is occupied.
The Safety Head was built to withstand heavy usage and contains an impressive 70-gallon tank, which all but guarantees it won't get full between scheduled cleaning visits by CallAhead, whose crews are meticulousness in keeping both their portable toilet rentals and their delivery trucks in pristine condition. The secret is their unmatched cleaning service using only hospital-grade cleaners and disinfectants.
It's true that the Safety Head porta potty is an amazing value all on its own, but CallAhead offers add-ons to make the user's experience even more exceptional. This includes a waterless hand sanitiser dispenser, GoJo hand cleaner to help remove acid and cement, Headliner toilet seat covers, and the Headmist time-released air freshener. True to the CallAhead name, all of these items will be stocked and maintained at each scheduled cleaning service
When Charles W. Howard, CallAhead's President and CEO, designed the Safety Head, he wanted to create a New York portable toilet rental that would offer a first-class porta-potty experience while eliminating job site accidents and this is exactly what he did. The Safety Head is not only in high demand throughout New York; it is said to be one of the most pioneering construction portable toilets designed. Its versatility allows it to be placed virtually anywhere, saving valuable time at the job site, while its reflective exterior protects construction crews and the public from accidents.
16th July 2015