(Since no-one reads this blog I can pretty much write about anything that's on my mind.)
We have a staff bathroom, like most medical facilities. It's not large and the sink is very close to the toilet.
Without fail, every time you wash your hands, water splashes on to the toilet seat. When the seat is wet and you've just arrived to make a deposit, you don't know if it's water, urine or some other body fluid.
It also has a trash can that's usually over flowing by the end of the day (and unfortunately, often has used feminine products visible).
My only request is the following: WHENEVER YOU OPEN THE DOOR TO LEAVE THE BATHROOM, ALWAYS ASSUME THAT SOMEONE IS WAITING TO ENTER.
Before exiting the bathroom, push the trash down in the can, wipe any water off the toilet seat, pick up any pieces of paper towels from the floor, and use the air freshener if needed.
It doesn't take long to clean up and it sure enhances the "experience" for anyone that follows!