How many people can you have per toilet?

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The number of people per toilet in a workplace depends on their gender. If they are women or mixed, the number is 1-5 people per toilet; for men only, the recommended number is 1-15 people per toilet. This is according to the Workplace Welfare Regulations of 1992.
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