SECTION P-311  TOILET FACILITIES OF WORKERS
P-311.1 General. Toilet facilities shall be provided for construction workers and such facilities shall be maintained in a sanitary condition. Construction worker toilet facilities of the nonsewer type shall conform to PSAI Z4.3 and Table P-311.1, provided there shall not be less than one water closet on every three floors. The owner and contractors are responsible to prevent any other places on or about the site from being used for toilet purposes. Temporary toilets shall only be utilized until such time as the building drain is installed and there is a concrete slab or permanent flooring to accommodate a water closet. It is the responsibility of the General Contractor to assure that construction of the main drain proceeds as rapidly as is reasonably possible. 313
TABLE P-311.1
MINIMUM NUMBER OF TOILET FACILITIES
 
NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES
MINIMUM NUMBER OF
TOILET FACILITIES
If serviced once per week
1 - 10
1
11 - 20
2
21 - 30
3
21 - 40
4
Over 40
1 additional facility for each 10 additional employees
If serviced more than once per week
1 - 15
1
16 - 35
2
36 - 55
3
56 - 75
4
76 - 95
5
Over 95
1 additional facility for each 20 additional employees
 
P-311.2 Removal. Portable and temporary water closet facilities shall be removed, and the site shall be cleaned upon completion of construction.

 

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   Amended, Bill No. 190713 (approved December 30, 2019), effective February 3, 2020. Section 2 of Bill No. 190713 provides: "The provisions of this Ordinance are subject to review under the Pennsylvania Construction Code Act (Act 45 of 1999, P.L. 491, as amended) and shall be effective 35 days after becoming law, or upon resolution of any challenge that is filed with the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry pursuant to the requirements of Section 503 of Act 45 of 1999, as amended (35 P.S. sec. 7210.503), if the challenge is resolved after that date. The Commissioner of the Department of Licenses and Inspections shall provide written certification to the Chief Clerk within ten days of the filing of any challenge, and further certification regarding the resolution of any such challenge."