CALLAHEAD understands our client’s need of variety when choosing a portable sink to make certain of a sanitary environment for themselves, their employees and guests. We are proud to add the to our already extensive list of portable sink systems to give you many options to assure proper hygiene.
The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention has concluded, “Keeping hands clean is one of the most important ways to prevent the spread of infection and illness.” Studies prove that regular proper handwashing can actually save lives, making it a necessity to have washing facilities available at any public setting.
The is CALLAHEAD’s vanity style sink system with double the handwashing capacity, and is ideal for large job sites and events. The is fully outfitted with two molded-in maintenance-free spigots, two high capacity spray soap dispensers and a lockable single fold paper towel dispenser. Attached is a large trash receptacle promoting users to toss away used paper towels to encourage cleanliness.
The large cutouts at the bottom of the allows for easy access to the two foot pumps for hand free washing and sanitation, fitting even a large work boot. Eliminating the need for risky bags or bladders, the WATER BASIN has two hard sided 45 gallon fresh and grey water tanks so there is no risk of grey water contamination. With handles on all four sides of the , this unit is easy to maneuver.
Height: 47.75” • Width: 30.25” • Length: 35.25” • Counter Height: 35” • Counter Area: 30” x 34” • Trash Receptacle: 16” W x 8” D x 24.5” H • Empty Weight: 120 lbs. • Full Weight: 536 lbs. • Fresh Water Tank: 45 Gallons • Grey Water Tank: 45 Gallons • Material: Polyethylene • Color: Granite • Appx. # of Uses: 650.
Vanity style double washing station • Two molded-in maintenance-free water spigots • Two high-capacity spray soap dispensers • Lockable single fold paper towel dispenser • Large attached trash receptacle • Large cutouts make the two powerful foot pumps easily accessible • Hard-sided water tanks for sanitary handwashing • Molded in handles on all four sides to easily transport and place the unit • “Do not drink” warning prominently displayed in English and Spanish • Vandal resistant design • Available for Daily, Weekly or Monthly Rental which includes fresh water, hand soap and hand towels with refills as needed • No water lines needed for fresh clean water.
CALLAHEAD understands that our clients' job sites and special events vary in size and duration. Our goal is to offer our clients every option available in portable sinks to obtain proper hygienic protection for security of a healthier job site or event. With only quality equipment and superior service from a company who cares, CALLAHEAD.
CallAHead Corporation at 1-800-634-2085 offers portable washbasins and sinks for rent. When you want to offer your guests a cleaner environment for your special event or construction site. CallAHead services all of New York City including NYC's five boroughs (Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx, Staten Island) as well as Westchester county and Nassau and Suffolk counties on Long Island.
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Using the bathroom • Handling irritating substances such as acids, solvents, or cement • Before, during, and after preparing food • Eating food • Caring for someone who is sick • Before and after treating a cut or wound • Changing diapers or cleaning up a child who has used the bathroom • Blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing • Touching an animal or animal waste • Touching garbage • Inserting or removing contact lenses • Touching a sick or injured person.
Keeping hands clean is one of the most important ways to prevent the spread of infection and illness. Infectious diseases commonly spread through hand-to-hand contact include the common cold, flu, and other illnesses. • The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention has concluded, "handwashing is the single most important means of preventing the spread of infection." • The hands are the most likely part of the body to come into contact with harmful substances. Failure to take basic precautions can lead to skin complaints such as dermatitis and eczema. You must avoid hand contact with any hazardous substance. • Inadequate hand hygiene contributes to food-related illnesses, such as salmonella and E. coli infection. According to the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention, as many as 76 million Americans contract a food-borne illness each year. • For proper hygiene it is recommended to have a minimum of one (1) Washing Station per 4 restrooms. • “Handwashing” is a critical element in proper hygiene as germs can stay alive on hands for up to 3 hours.
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) affirms, “Keeping hands clean is one of the most important steps we can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others.” • Wet your hands with water. • Apply one dose of liquid soap and lather well for 15–20 seconds (or longer if the dirt is ingrained). • Rub hands together rapidly across all surfaces of your hands and wrists to help remove dirt and germs. • Don’t forget the backs of your hands, your wrists, between your fingers and under your fingernails. • Wash your hands for at least 10 to 15 seconds. • Rinse well under running water and make sure all traces of soap are removed, as residues may cause irritation. • Pat your hands dry using paper towels. Make sure your hands are thoroughly dry. • Dry under any rings you wear, as they can be a source of future contamination if they remain moist. If possible, remove rings and watches before you wash your hands. • Each person should always use disposable paper towel or their own hand towel.