OSHA requires a portable toilet on a construction site under the Safety and Health Regulations for a Construction (1923.51 (c) (1), 1926.51 (c) (3), (I), (ii), (iii), (iv)). Most city ordinances specifically spell out the requirement of a portable toilet on a construction site and inspectors will require that aÂ portable RestroomÂ is ordered and either placed on site or on its way before approving the inspection. OSHA requires one unit for every 10 workers per 40-hour week.Â
Trailers are on first come first serve bases. Some trailers are rented out years in advance. It is advised that you get your order in as soon as possible. To ensure your trailer is booked a contract and deposit must be returned. We will provide you with the contract for you to sign.
Portables should be placed on a flat surface within 15 feet of drivable surface. This allows drivers to clean your restroom when needed. Units must also be placed further than 20 feet from where food is being prepared.
Trailer 257 is the only restroom trailer rented out in winter to cold winter states. All other trailers are available but must be inside a heated building. If you live in a state where temperatures are above 40 degrees year round all trailers are available at any time.
Call us at Pit-Stop Portables and we will deliver the facilities that you request in no time. When you rent a portable shower, restroom, or toilet with us, you get state-of-the-art equipment, our newest products, and most recent technology.