If you work in remote or isolated locations, with no access to toilet facilities, then you should think about using Brief Relief.
Brief Relief is our unique product which solves the problem of providing your workers and larger groups with basic toiletry needs. It acts as the 'Toilet in your Pocket' and is a much more cost effective, flexible and easily transported product, as well as being safe to dispose as general waste. We distribute Brief Relief across the UK and Ireland to organisations which include disaster response, telecoms and emergency services.
Brief Relief also fulfils your organisation's health and safety requirements when it comes to the welfare of your workers. We can also provide training to your workers on the Brief Relief system and how to use it out in the field.
When workers can’t get to a bathroom, they need a safe and sanitary alternative. Brief Relief means you can provide them with one that they can carry with them anywhere they work. The patented Brief Relief bags come with safe polymers and enzymes that treat waste.
Instead of every bathroom break costing time and money, you can make every job more efficient. A bathroom is wherever you need it to be.
Inside the bag is a patented blend of polymers and enzymes that convert urine into a deodorised gel that’s approved for disposal in the rubbish.
There are plenty of reasons – legal and sanitary – why that’s a bad idea. Workers are liable to expose themselves if they don’t know that people are around. These products should not be used in public without one of our portable shelters or some other private screen. When nature calls, employees shouldn’t go into nature to take care of it.
Yes, women can use the Brief Relief products. They are made with everyone in mind.
No, instead they change the composition of the waste so that it becomes safe for disposal as rubbish. The purpose of the polymer immediately contains and encapsulates the waste. The enzyme ensures and accelerates the biological breakdown of the urine and stool to its most basic parts, thus allowing for safe disposal.
Unless the bag has been soiled on the outside due to “aim” problems, there is no risk in handling the bag. When properly used and sealed, it can’t leak. Inside, the gel is self-sealing, and the enzymes break down the waste into simple salts and water, neutralising them. If the bag is punctured (as when your kitchen garbage bag breaks), common sense says that you should avoid direct contact with the waste. However, it can be swept up and put into another container.
The commode bucket was tested at 300 pounds for 12 hours , so is exceptionally strong as it is manufactured from heavy-duty polyethylene and with a thick wall to resist becoming brittle in extreme cold or soft in extreme heat.
Although it weighs only 7 lbs. (3 kg), it is water repellent, non-conductive and flame resistant. To show how durable the tent is, six of them were used by the Everest 98 Environmental Expedition, where, for four weeks at 18,500 feet, they withstood below-freezing temperatures, driving wind and snow, yak stampedes and intense radiation from the sun – with never a problem. In actual field conditions in both very hot and very cold weather, despite frequent use, to date there has been not one complaint of damage in normal handling. The tent measures an impressive 4 ft. x 4 ft. x 7 ft.