There has to be a strong correlation between the people in the management and the condition of the toilet in their offices. It sounds strange but the toilets do reflect the values and attitude of the people who are using it. There may be several other factors but good management will never allow its office toilets to stink, will they?
During the Ambassador Conference, Dr Lam Dorji facilitated a session with the toilet ambassadors and they agreed to carry out a survey to quietly assess the office toilets and find out which type of management or leadership pay serious attention to the condition of the toilets. The results will be shared with the public through all media platforms.
To get honest data from the assessment, we must not announce the dates. We should tiptoe into the survey without alerting anyone. But in case if some offices need us to seek approvals and permissions to carry out our survey, then I must do it right here with this post:
"May we check your toilet?" I hope you won't say no.
- Are there separate toilets for women?
- Are the toilet walls and floor free of dirt, stains, cobwebs?
- Are the toilet pans, urinals and washbasins stainless?
- Is there running water in the toilet?
- Is the toilet floor kept clean and dry?
- Does the toile have good lighting?
- Is the toilet well ventinlated?
- Are the proper doors with latches?
- Are there adequate cleaning tools?
- Is there a trained cleaner?