D0NK - Member
wouldn't it be easier for all to differentiate? Have disabled only and disabled shared use variants?
But that's what we do have:
Disabled only & shared use.
Edit - do you mean that normal loos should have disabled facilities too?
I can see what you mean, but it's often not easy to maintain someone's privacy and dignity when trying to share a loo.
The work showers are in a disabled loo
The male bogs on our floor were converted to a single occupancy disabled toilet, the sign on the door is the standard disabled one but on the lifts/building map there are male and disabled toilets advertised on our floor, but they are one and the same. So our employer (who are normally right on, equal opportunities, PC gawn mayyyd types) certainly seem happy with shared use in some cases.
Your employers sound like a bunch of muppets, tbh.