RAS has been reaching out to preschools, primary and secondary schools through fun and interactive means of inculcating the preschoolers and students with best practices about toilet hygiene and etiquette.
Apart from its school outreach programmes, RAS has also been reaching out to corporations, common tenants of a building, homes etc., through seminars and workshops on toilet issues.
Latest Outreach & Education Events
Sharing Session With JTC Tenants
RAS was invited by the JTC to conduct a sharing session on restroom hygiene with close to 100 tenants and lessees mostly
from the F&B and retail sectors. The invited guests were not only educated on restroom hygiene but also updated on RAS'
exisiting programmes and new intiatives i.e. the
Happy Toilet Programme,
LOO (Let's Observe Ourselves) Connect and
LOO (Let's Observe Ourselves) Whiz. The guests also had the opportunity to learn about poor sanitation conditions of developing countries and interesting modern day concepts of developed countries.
RAS also invited its partner Tav Shield, to set up an exhibition booth to showcase its innovative restroom solutions. In 2009, RAS was also invited by the National Environment Agency (NEA) Hawkers Department to conduct an educational talk to stallholders on the dos and don'ts of using toilets. Since 2009, RAS has conducted numerous educational talks for working professionals from all walks of life such as the medical, logistics, F&B and service industry.
Talks and Exhibitions at Libraries
RAS was specially invited by Operations Manager Mr Ramachandran Nair from Northland Primary School to conduct a sharing session
for a group of Operations Managers after their North N2 cluster meeting. The N2 cluster consists of 1 junior college,
5 primary and 6 secondary schools. The Operations Managers were provided with firsthand information about the
Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ)
training framework on environmental cleaning which include cleaning of restrooms. RAS also shared the essential procedures of restroom inspections that constitute a minimum standard of cleanliness and maintenance.
Apart from sharing its key information, RAS also invited the water agency
Tav Shield to share other useful information related to the restroom environment. PUB updated on water efficiency and conservation such as allowable flow rate for taps and WCs while Tav Shield offered solutions on coating technology for restrooms.