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We know that talking to employees and coworker about their personal sanitation needs can be somewhat of a touchy subject. It’s easy for us to say that you need to discuss the issue with staff but to actually do it requires tact, timing and a little bit of nerve. Do you bring it up at the management level or should you discuss it at your next safety meeting. Should we show the Brief Relief™ video or just pass around samples and brochures. These are all decisions that you will need to make prior to engaging your employees in a discussion about where to go when they’ve got to go and there’s no place to go.

Many corporations choose to formally announce the introduction of Brief Relief™ products by way of an Employee Memo, Material Code sheet or Technical Bulletin. We have listed below a brief description of the sample memos and bulletins posted on this site. Feel free to download them and adjust the content to meet your needs.

Memo Samples
Employee Memo Sample 1 64.1 Kb
Employee Memo Sample 2 58.2 Kb
Employee Memo Sample 3 63.0 Kb
Technical Bulletin Sample
Technical Bulletin – page 1 85.7 Kb
Technical Bulletin – page 2 83.0 Kb
Memo/Product Description Sheet Sample
Product Description Sheet Sample 152 Kb
Material Code Sheet Sample
Material Code Sheet 52 Kb
Brief Relief Evaluation Survey
BR Evaluation Form 30 Kb


Note: Once your organization has material coded the Brief Relief products they decide to use, we can design a Material Code sheet based on your coding system.

DR .BOB says
Holding it or delayed voiding in medical terms can cause your body serious harm including urinary tract infections, bladder disease and kidney stones