This washroom isn’t accessible:
neither is this one:
nor are the Ontario highway and other washrooms that have these installed:
Pesticides and fragrance! What could go wrong?
Many of us cannot go into a washroom that has an air effer or scented soap.
“In addition to the possibly life threatening immediate and delayed adverse health effects, “our clothes are contaminated and need to be aired out for days before we can even wash them or they contaminate more of our clothes.”
(from a fb comment on the last post)
So what to do?
Posted in Accessibility, Environmental Health, Human Rights, Policy, Public Health
Tagged accessibility barriers, allergies, asthma, cancer, chemical sensitivity, environmental sensitivities, Fragrance, fragrance-free, hazardous air pollutants, IAQ, invisible disabilities, MCS, toxic trespass, washrooms
This is why so many people with MCS/ES, MCAD/MCAS, asthma, migraines, and fragrance allergies and sensitivities lose their jobs and end up housebound.
When policies are mere wallpaper, they become dangerous.
Real people’s lives and well-being are threatened.
Please, do not put up a sign if you are not going to respect or enforce it.
Posted in Accessibility, Air Quality, Disability, Environmental Health, Environmental Sensitivities, Fragrance, Human Rights, Policy, Public Health
Tagged allergies, asthma, cancer, chemical sensitivity, fragrance-free, hazardous air pollutants, IAQ, invisible disabilities, MCS