When planning an event, there are so many details to consider that important accessibility issues may frequently get overlooked. Renting portable bathrooms is generally a fairly simple and straightforward process, but a traditional porta potty may not meet all of your guests or attendees requirements.
Parents with babies or small children will also require a space to go to the bathroom. At many events and outdoor locations, mothers are left with no other option but to change their babies’ diapers on the ground, surrounded by strangers and onlookers. Or they are forced to cram into a standard-sized porta potty with their toddler to help them use the toilet.
Not only is this uncomfortable for the parent and child, but it is unsanitary and represents a major invasion of the family’s privacy. In addition, onlookers and other event attendees have no desire to have their event interrupted by naked, screaming children, or even worse, being forced to see or smell dirty and wet diapers.
Providing a safe, clean space for families to use the bathroom is in the best interests of all of your event-goers. If you are looking for a porta potty rental in NJ, Johnny on the Spot offers multiple bathroom options for even your smallest guest. Make sure your event is fully accessible by ordering a baby changing station along with your normal porta potty rental order. The baby changing station will come with a fold down table at waist-height in order to provide an easy, comfortable location for caregivers to change their baby’s diaper. Furthermore, the station will also provide a foot pump sink with soap, paper towels and trash disposal to keep parents and babies clean and safe.
In addition to a portable baby changing station, ensuring that approximately 20% of your portable bathroom rental order is ADA-compliant will help to provide adequate space for family bathrooms. Not only will the roomier ADA-compliant porta potties deliver bathroom access to your handicapped visitors, but they will serve as a family bathroom for your event. Parents can comfortably accommodate their small child or toddler into the bathroom to help them use the facility, without worrying about space or hygiene.