Hi folks, just looking for a bit of input here.
Our facility grows indoor produce. We've got a bit of an issue with some of the staff displaying some less-than-ideal bathroom etiquette.
Today our one of our sanitation employees went in to clean the washroom, and found that someone had defecated *on* the toilet (ie, seat, bottom of lid, hinge area, floor, etc).
It was cleaned up, documented and the employees were all re-trained on our GMP's and washroom etiquette, etc.
Normally I wouldn't be urgently sharing this, but this is now the 4th time this has happened in a matter of weeks.
The sanitation leader has mentioned that a couple of the situations were "very obviously intentional", and she's spoken with large groups of the staff about it as well.
I've also hung signs in the washroom, and revised our training to include more detail on washroom procedure, but I'm now at a point where I don't know what to do.
Should we have one of the employees on modified duty act as a washroom attendant? Should we install a camera in the hall outside the washroom to monitor activity? I do understand that there may occasionally be accidents, and I have also been told by a few employees that there are sometimes cultural differences in the way folks use washrooms, but I'm beginning to think there may be a morale issue here (Which is possibly echoed by the increase of 420 graffiti on the bathroom stalls..)