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Simplified Accessibility CDM

The potential complexity of creating a compliant, accessible facility is simplified with the latest service from Closomat.

Britain’s leading provider of accessible intimate hygiene solutions is fully Construction (Design & Management) 2015 compliant. The compliance compliments Closomat’s already proven ability to deliver a comprehensive project management service.

The combination means that architects, construction companies etc can contract Closomat to execute a project- from a home adaptation to a major upgrade of accessible toilet/bathroom facilities including assisted accessible Changing Places toilets- secure in the knowledge it will be done in a timely and safe fashion, and be fully in accordance with all relevant Regulations.

“Many of the projects with which we are involved are refurbishments or upgrades, on sites that are still open/ operating, and often frequented by disabled people. It means it is even more critical that we are fully aware, and comply with, CDM,” says Claire Haymes, Closomat CDM Compliance & Project Co-ordinator.

“To our knowledge, we are the only specialist provider of assisted toileting solutions that offers the full service, in that we don’t just supply the equipment, we can offer design advice, and then manage the whole process with the highest level of management and professionalism.”

Closomat is already the ‘go to’ provider for away from home accessible toilet provision. Its website www.clos-o-mat.com is acknowledged as a key resource to help take the first steps towards efficient accessibility provision, including design guidance, white papers, CAD blocks, NBS specification clauses and case studies.

The expertise within the company represents the combined wealth of knowledge amassed from over 55 years’ helping disabled people optimise their dignity and independence in the bathroom, at home and away.

Tel 0161 969 1199 Email: sales@clos-o-mat.com

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