1 ADA ACCESSIBILITY CHECKLIST FOR EXISTING FACILITIES Purpose of Checklist Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), which cover state and local government operations, require that the services, programs and activities of covered entities be accessible people with disabilities in the most integrated setting possible. When a service, program or activity is conducted in a location that is not physically accessible, the requirement of service and program access may be achieved through barrier reduction or by providing the service, program or activity through alternative means (e.g., home visits, or conducting the service, program or activity at a location that is accessible). The priority however, is always on providing the program or service in the most integrated setting possible; that is, assuring that people with disabilities can access the program or service along with non-disabled co-workers, friends and colleagues. Title III of the ADA, which applies places of public accommodation (e.g., sres, offices, motels, etc.), requires, in the first instance, that covered entities make currently inaccessible facilities physically accessible people with disabilities the extent that it is readily achievable for them do so. New construction and renovations, as well as barrier reduction required achieve program accessibility, must be undertaken in accordance with established accessibility standards. The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 established minimum guidelines that must be followed when undertaking new construction and/or alterations. These guidelines are called the Americans with Disabilities Act However, the ADA also requires that where a state or local building code provides for a more stringent standard of accessible design, that standard is be used. * The New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building incorporates, by reference, the standards contained in the 1992 CABO-ANSI (Council of American Building Officials American National Standards Institute) standards of accessible design (RS72). These standards, although similar ADAAG, are not identical, and where the New York State is more stringent, those standards apply. Note that local building codes, where applicable, (e.g., New York City Building ) may also include more stringent requirements which must be followed. The following accessibility checklist is provided assist covered entities in locating possible accessibility deficiencies in a facility and is not intended be a comprehensive list of all accessibility requirements. Remember also that existing facilities are not required retrofit achieve compliance with these standards if program accessibility can be achieved through alternate means. Finally, always consult the applicable standard prior initiating any construction. References included in the checklist refer applicable sections in ADAAG unless the New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building provides a stricter standard. In situations where the NYS provides for a stricter standard they are noted with the symbol NY and the reference is the CABO-ANSI standard.
2 For more information in this regard please contact: NYS Office of Advocate for Persons with Disabilities One Empire State Plaza, Suite 1001 Albany, NY (voice and TTY) * N.B.: As of the date of this publication, ADA regulations currently permit government entities follow the Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (UFAS) as an alternative ADAAG. That alternative is expected be removed in the near future with the promulgation of additional ADAAG Standards for governmental construction.
3 Indicates NYS Uniform Fire Prevention and Building standard Check: # of Spaces # of Accessible Spaces PARKING Does the entrance the parking area provide vertical clearance of 9 feet 6 inches? 4.1.2(5) Are there accessible parking spaces reserved? See Table Are the accessible parking spaces located closest the accessible route and accessible building entrance? Does the accessible space measure 96 inches (d)4 wide with an adjoining access aisle 96 inches wide? (e) Is the accessible space identified with a permanently installed sign 5 7 feet above grade which includes the international symbol of access? Do the access aisles have a cross slope less than 1:50, AND HAVE A FIRM, STABLE NON- SLIP SURFACE? 4.1.2(1) Do the access aisles connect an accessible pedestrian route with a minimum clear and unobstructed width of 36 inches? Is there a passenger pick up and drop off zone? If so, is at least ONE Passenger LOADING ZONE accessible which measure 20 feet long with a 5 feet wide access aisle parallel the vehicle pull up space and at the same level as the roadway? ACCESS AISLE IS THE BEGINNING OF THE ACCESSIBLE ROUTE. 4.7 Do curbs on the accessible route have curb cuts or curb ramps at 1:12 slope? NOTE: If a slope of 1:12 is NOT possible, a slope between 1:10 and 1:12 is allowed for a MAX RISE of 6 inches. A slope between 1:8 and 1:10 is ALLOWED for a MAX RISE of 3 inches. A slope STEEPER THAN 1:8 is NOT ALLOWED Is curb cut/curb ramp flush with surrounding grade? Is the curb cut/ramp 36 inches wide, exclusive of flared sides? YES NO N/A POSSIBLE ACTION Remove vertical obstacle. _ Increase height of vertical clearance. Create accessible spaces. Relocate accessible spaces. Restructure space and access aisles. Install signage. Relocate spaces. _ Decrease cross slope. _ ESTABLISH FIRM, STABLE NON-SLIP SURFACE. Establish accessible route connection. _Remove any obstructions. Establish accessible Passenger Loading Zone. Install curb cuts. _ Build small ramp curb. Smooth out p and botm of ramp curb creating an even surface. Widen curb cut/ramp a minimum of 36 inches.
4 Building Name: Indicates NYS Uniform Fire Prevention and Building standard utilized when more stringent than Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG). EXTERIOR ACCESSIBLE ROUTE 4.1.2(1) Are there public transportation sps on site, if so, is an accessible route provided the building from the sp? Does the accessible route provide for a clean, unobstructed width of at least 36 inches? 4.4 If any object is protruding in the accessible route, can it be detected by a person with a visual disability using a cane? NOTE: An object must be within 27 inches from the ground be detected by a cane. Objects hanging or mounted overhead must be higher than 80 inches provide clear head room Is the surface firm, stable, and slip resistant with no cracks or level change beyond _ inch? NOTE: Level change from _ inch _ inch need be beveled at a 1:2 ratio Are all slopes along the accessible route less than 1:20? If the entire level of the accessible route is 36 inches wide, is a 60 inches x 60 inches passing space provided every 200 feet? Are there any grates along the accessible route? If so, the maximum opening is _ inch perpendicular direction of travel 4.3.2(3) Does at least one accessible route connect accessible buildings, accessible elements and spaces located at the same site? YES NO N/A POSSIBLE ACTION Provide curb cuts if needed. _ Establish accessible route. Increase width of route. Remove obstacle. _ Move path around obstacle. _Add cane-detectable base that extends the ground. _Place cane-detectable object under the protruding object. Create firm, stable, slip resistant surface. _Ramp or smooth over level changes. Decrease slope. _Provide alternate route. Provide passing space. _ Widen route 60 inches. Replace grate meet criteria. Establish accessible connecting routes.
5 Indicates NYS Uniform Fire Prevention and Building standard ENTRANCE/EXTERIOR DOORS 4.1.2(1) If there are stairs at the main entrance, is there also a ramp or lift present? NOTE: If ramp is provided, see Ramp, page (1) If main entrance is not accessible, is a public entrance the building accessible? 4.1.2(7)c Do all inaccessible entrances provide directional signage the accessible entrance? 4.1.2(7)c Is the international symbol of accessibility provided at the accessible entrance? If alternate public entrance is used, is it kept unlocked, provide for independent usage? Does entrance door have a 32 inch clear opening, minimum? If double leaf door is present, at least one door must be 32 inches minimum Is there at least 18 inches of clear wall space on the pull side of the door, next handle? NOTE: 24 inches clear space is preferred Can door handle be operated with one hand and does not require tight grasping, pinching or twisting of the wrist operate? Is it located no higher than 48 inches? Is the threshold level (less than _ inch) or beveled, up _ inch? Can exterior door be opened without much force? NOTE: 8.5 lbs. of opening force was once the standard. Build compliant ramp or lift. _ Provide accessible public entrance. Make a public entrance accessible. Provide directional signage. Provide signage. Make alternate entrance useable. Widen door. _Install offset hinge. Provide 32 inch door. Remove or relocate furnishings, partitions, other obstructions. _ Move door. _ Add power assisted door opener. Replace handle with a lever or loop handle. _Lower door handle. Bevel level changes up _ inch _ inch. Release door pressure least possible opening force. Indicates NYS Uniform Fire Prevention and Building standard ENTRANCES/DOORS If the door has a closer, does it take at least 5 seconds close from door angle of 90 12? Is there a kick plate 12 inches high extending the width of the door, on push side, except for aumatic and power doors? Are door mats less than _ inch high and secured the floor at all edges and beveled if _ inch _ inch? If two hinged or pivoted doors in a series are present, is there a minimum of 48 inches PLUS the width of a door swinging in the space available between doors? Readjust door closer. Install kick plate. Replace door mats. _ Secure door mats. Remove one set of doors. _ Reverse interior door swing if it is not a required exit.
6 Indicates NYS Uniform Fire Prevention and Building standard Note: Any slope greater than 1:20 along an accessible route is considered a ramp. Any change in level greater than _ inch along an accessible route must be ramped. In new construction and alterations the LEAST possible slope shall be used when building a ramp. RAMPS Do all ramps longer than 6 feet have handrails on both sides? Are the handrails sturdy and between 34 and 38 inches high? Is the width between handrails a minimum of 36 inches? Is the ramp firm, stable and non-slip and designed prevent water buildup on the surface? Is there a level landing located at the p and botm of the ramp (width equal ramp widthlength 5 feet)? For every 30 inch ramp rise, a level platform equal the ramp width and 5 foot long must be present (3) If the ramp changes direction, is there a 5 foot by 5 foot landing provided? Does ramp or landing have a 4 inch edge protection? NOTE: Edge protection not needed if ramp and landing are protected with vertical guardrails or extended platform 12 inches beyond both handrails (4) If a ramp leads a doorway, refer Fig: B for landing maneuvering clearance (3)a NOTE: Where space limitations prohibit the use of a 1:12 slope, a ramp may have a slope and rise as follows: (1) A slope between 1:10 and 1:12 is allowed for a maximum rise of 6 inches. (2) A slope between 1:8 and 1:10 is allowed for a maximum rise of 3 inches. A slope steeper than 1:8 is NOT allowed. Install handrails Readjust handrails. Increase width. Re-establish surface. _ Create 1:50 cross slope for water drainage. Build landing. Create landing. Create landing 5 foot x 5 foot. Establish edge protection. Establish maneuvering clearance.
7 Indicates NYS Uniform Fire Prevention and Building standard INTERIOR ACCESSIBLE ROUTE 4.1.3(1) Does the accessible entrance provide direct access the main floor, lobby, or elevar? 4.1.3(1) Are all public spaces on an accessible path of travel? YES NO N/A POSSIBLE ACTION Add ramp or lifts. _ Make another entrance accessible. Provide access all public spaces along an accessible path of travel Is the accessible route at least 36 inches wide? Move furnishings such as tables, chairs, display racks, vending machines, and counters make more room Is there a 5-foot circle or a T-shaped space for a person using a wheelchair reverse direction? Are all aisles and pathways all goods and services at least 36 inches wide? Is carpeting low-pile, tightly woven, and securely attached along edges? On accessible routes through public areas, are all obstacles cane-detectable (located within 27 inches of the floor or protruding less than 4 inches from the wall) or are they higher than 80 inches? 4.30 Do signs designating permanent rooms and spaces, such as restrooms, meeting rooms and offices, comply with the appropriate requirements for accessible signage? (1) 4.25 Are all controls that are available for use by the public (including electrical, mechanical, window, cabinet and self-service controls) located at an accessible height? NOTE: Reach ranges: The maximum height for a side reach is 54 inches; for a forward reach, 48 inches. The minimum reachable height is 15 inches. Rearrange furnishings, displays and equipment. Rearrange furnishings and fixtures clear aisles. Secure edges on all sides. _ Replace carpeting. Remove obstacles. _ Install furnishings, planters, or other cane-detectable barriers underneath the obstacle. Provide signage that has raised letters and numbers, Braille and complies with finish and contrast standards, and is mounted at the correct height and location, on wall 60 inches above floor, latch side of door. Relocate controls (b) (b) Can they be operated with one hand and does not require tight grasping, pinching and twisting of the wrist? Are Assistive Listening Devices available in meeting rooms, audiriums and similar occupancies with a seating capacity of 50 or more people? Are the number of receivers/transmitters equal 9 percent of the seating capacity. NOTE: Assistive Listening Devices are required when reception of audio information by the audience is essential. _ Replace controls. Purchase Assistive Listening System. _ Relocate meeting an area with an Assistive Listening System. Purchase additional receivers/transmitters.
8 Indicates NYS Uniform Fire Prevention and Building standard BATHROOMS - SINKS Are ileting facilities available the public? (If yes, refer Fig:B through ) Indicates NYS Uniform Fire Prevention and Building standard TELEPHONES (ADAAG 4.30, 4.31) If pay or public phones are provided, is there clear floor space of at least 30 by 48 inches in front of at least one? Is the highest operable part of the phone no higher than 48 inches (up 54 inches if a side approach is possible)? Does the phone protrude no more than 4 inches 4.4 in the circulation space? YES NO N/A POSSIBLE ACTION Move furnishings. _Replace booth with open station. Lower telephone. Place a cane-detectable barrier on each side at floor level Does the phone have push-butn controls? Contact phone company install push-butns Is the phone hearing aide compatible? Contact phone company add an induction coil (T-switch) Is the phone adapted with volume control? Contact the phone company add volume control (2) Is the phone with volume control identified with appropriate signage? Add signage Is one of the phones equipped with a text telephone (TT or TDD)? (3) Is the location of the text telephone identified by accessible signage bearing the International TDD symbol? Install a text telephone. _ Have a portable text telephone available. Add signage.
9 Indicates NYS Uniform Fire Prevention and Building standard ELEVATORS 4.10 Are there both visible and verbal or audible door opening/closing and floor indicars (one ne=up, two nes=down)? Are the call butns in the hallway no higher than 42 inches? Are butns raised or flush? Do the controls inside the cab have raised and Braille lettering? Is there a sign on the jamb at each floor identifying the floor in raised and Braille letters? Is the emergency intercom usable without voice communication? Is communication system identified by raised symbol and lettering? YES NO N/A POSSIBLE ACTION Install visible and verbal and audible signs? Lower call butns. _ Provide a permanently attached reach stick. Install raised lettering and Braille next butns Install tactile signs identify floor numbers, at a height of 60 inches from the floor. Replace communication system. Add raised symbol and lettering. LIFTS 4.11 Can the lift be used without assistance? At each spping level, post clear instructions for use of the lift. 4.5 Is there at least 30 by 48 inches of clear space for a person using a wheelchair approach Rearrange furnishings and equipment clear more space. reach the controls and use the lift? Are controls between 15 and 48 inches high (up 54 inches if a side approach is possible)? Move controls Indicates NYS Uniform Fire Prevention and Building standard EMERGENCY EGRESS 4.28 Do all alarms both flashing lights and audible signals? At minimum, are visual signal appliances provided in buildings and facilities in each of the following areas: restrooms and any other general usage areas (e.g., meeting rooms), hallways, lobbies, and any other area for common use? Install visible and audible alarms. Provide visual appliances at the locations. STAIRS 4.9 Do treads have a non-slip surface? Add non-slip surface treads 4.9.4(1) Do stairs have continuous rails on both sides, with 12 inch extensions beyond the p and botm stairs? Add or replace handrails.
10 Indicates NYS Uniform Fire Prevention and Building standard NOTE: Cup dispensers at a height of 48 inches may be installed in lieu of replacing water fountain. DRINKING FOUNTAIN If drinking fountains are available for public use, is the spout no higher than 36 inches? Install new drinking fountain. _ Install cup dispenser next fountain, 48 inches high Is the spout located ward the front of the unit? Install cup dispenser Does the water flow run parallel the front of Readjust water flow. the unit or within 3 inches of the front edge? Is the water flow height at least 4 inches? Readjust water flow Are the controls front-mounted or side-mounted, near the front edge? Relocate controls. _ Buy new fountain Is there clear floor space of 48 inches wide and Create space. 30 inches deep (measured from front edge of fountain)? Is there clear knee space of at least 27 inches, Provide knee space. measured from the botm of the apron the floor (wall mount-cantilevered units)? If fountain is located in an alcove, is there a minimum of 30 inches clear width (wall mountcantilevered Increase width. _ Relocate fountain. units)? Is the fountain from inches deep (wall Increase depth. mount-cantilevered units)? Is there clear e space of at least 9 inches, measured from botm of fountain floor (wall mount-cantilevered units)? Provided 9 inch e space.
11 1101.1(3) Table I 1101 Required Number of Accessible Parking Spaces Total Parking Spaces in Lot or Garage Required Number 1,2,3 of Accessible Parking Spaces over ,000 1, percent of tal 20 plus 1 for each 100 over 1, For a shopping center or facility having at least five separate retail sres and at least 20 but not more than 500 public off-street parking spaces, a minimum of 5 percent of the tal number of parking spaces of 10 spaces, whichever is less. 2. For an outpatient medical unit or facility, a minimum of 10 percent of the tal number of parking spaces serving each such unit or facility. 3. For a facility which specializes in treatment or services for persons with mobility impairments, a minimum of 20 percent of the tal number of parking spaces.
12 NEW YORK CITY ADDENDUM TO OAPD ADA ACCESSIBILITY CHECK LIST The City of New York has prepared this Addendum focus on additional ADAAG provisions which are pertinent the design of medical facilities as well as note modifications of the State summary of ADAAG that are necessary make that summary consistent with provisions of New York City s Building. The ADA provides that equivalent or more stringent provisions of state and local law are be enforced. The highest transferring height contemplated anywhere in the standard is 19 inches above the floor and the lowest is 17 inches. That provides guidance for transfers and from examining tables and chairs. Scoping guidelines included in this checklist are only for purposes of characterizing a provider facility as accessible people with disabilities for purposes of this program. Any renovation work undertaken in New York City, regardless of whether a provider is characterized as accessible for purposes of the program, must be done in accordance with the accessibility provisions of the City s Building, including Local Law 58 of 1987 (LL58/87), and of the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG). See the following pages for additions and modifications.
13 NYC -- Make the Following Additions the State s Checklist: Possible Action INTERIOR ACCESSIBLE ROUTE (2) Can interior doors be opened with no greater than a 51bf? Release door pressure least possible opening force, add power assist or au. door , 7.2 Is at least one of each type of counter for check-in, prescription filling, appointment setting, etc., no higher than 36 in.? 4.32 Are there accessible seating spaces in the waiting area? 4.35, Is at least one dressing room accessible for each type of use? Refer interior accessible route site components Refer interior accessible route site components Is at least one of each type of testing/treatment room accessible? (If the number of rooms of any one type exceeds 10, then at least 2 should be accessible.) Is at least one consultation room of each type accessible? (If the number of any one type exceeds 10, then at least 2 should be accessible.) 9.2 similar Is at least one of all types of recovery rooms/beds accessible? (If the number of any one type exceeds 10, then at least 2 rooms/beds should be accessible.) Are all types of medical testing equipment adjustable so as be accessible and are they located within accessible spaces? similar Can examining table and chairs heights in accessible treatment rooms be adjustable or be fixed at inches high? figure 33 similar Is there clear floor space parallel and adjacent examining chair/table of at least 30 by 48 inches? 9.2.2(1) similar through Does the interior accessible route extend from the door the turning space and the clear floor space? BATHROOMS When single-user ilet rooms are accessed from within a treatment/testing/recovery room, is at least one of all such ilet rooms accessible? Is it located in the accessible treatment/testing/recovery rooms? Is at least one of all other types of ilet facilities available the public accessible? (If the number of any one type exceeds 10, then at least 2 should be accessible.) 4.23 Is at least one bathroom/shower room associated with each type of exam/procedure accessible? (If the number of any one type exceeds 10, then at least 2 should be accessible.) ELEVATORS 4.1.6(3)(c) Are elevar cabs at least 48 by 48 in.? If not, can usability be demonstrated? Do elevar doors provide a clear opening at least 36 opener. Lower Counter Remove and/or replace some seating. Combine two rooms in one. Make testing/treatment room(s) accessible. Make consultation room(s) accessible. Move furniture; enlarge doors, move partitions. Purchase new equipment move equipment. Replace equipment. Remove other equipment or furnishings; relocate chair/table; enlarge room. Remove other equip. or furniture; relocate chair or table; replace w/360 swivel; enlarge room. Make ilet room(s) accessible and/or add accessible ilet room(s) accessible treatment/testing/re-covery room(s). Make existing ilet rooms accessible; if not possible, create new single-user unisex ilet rm. Make bathrooms/shower rooms accessible. Widen elevar doors. wide? Are car controls 36 in. 54 in. high? Lower car control panel. RAMPS NYC RS 4-6, and Fig. 17; TPPN #1/95* Platform extensions where ramps and descending steps share a p landing, are only permitted serve as edge protection for ramp landings if a waiver is granted for certain NYC Building provisions. See Department of Buildings Technical Policy and Procedure Notice 91/95, issued March 10, 1995, Minor Alteration in Reference Certain LL58/87 and ADA Compliance. Waivers are not available in new construction Building Sec Eliminate steps; seek a waiver extend p landing or provide other edge protection. * Reference is the pertinent Reference Standard (RS 4-6) of the NYC Building, as well as Technical Policy and Procedure Notice (TPPN #1/95) of the New York City Department of Buildings.
14 Make the Following Modifications the State s Checklist: Modifications are noted in bold and are underscored; delete material in brackets[ ]. Possible Action EXTERIOR ACCESSIBLE ROUTE 4.1.2(1) No change Provide curb cuts if needed on site and at corners. RAMPS Are the handrails sturdy and [between 34 and 38] 34 inches high? No change ENTRANCE/EXTERIOR DOOR For a straight on approach is there at least 18 inches of clear wall space on the pull side of the door next handle for 5-0 back. Note: 24 inches clear space is preferred. Remove door if possible. Remove or relocate furnishings, partitions, other obstructions. Move door. Add power assisted door opener or aumatic door opener No change Bevel level changes up _ inch _ inch, or eliminate saddle of NYC RS4-6 Can exterior door be opened with [out much] no greater than 8.5 lbs. of opening force? STAIRS Release door pressure least possible opening force. Add aumatic or power assisted door opener of NYC Building RS4-6 Do p landings at open stairs have detectable warnings? Add detectable warning
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Serving All: A Guide to Being Accessible for Your Customers and Community About This Guidebook Did you know that over 70,000 people in Washington, DC have a disability? Making sure your restaurant is accessible
OPTIONAL INFORMATION Name of School: Date of Inspection: Vocational Program/Course/Room: Signature of Inspector: MEANS OF EXIT / ESCAPE / EGRESS Guidelines: This checklist covers some of the regulations
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WALKING-WORKING SURFACES (SLIPS, TRIPS, AND FALLS) Slips, trips, and falls constitute the majority of general industry accidents. They cause 15% of all accidental deaths, and are second only to motor vehicles
COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST Page 1 of 6 > Long Term Care Facility - Nursing Unit The following checklist is for plan review of new long-term care facilities and new additions to existing long-term care facilities.
Evanston Main Street Station TOD Plan and Study Appendix A.1: Station Area Existing Conditions EvanstonMainStreetStation TODPlanandStudy A 1 AppendixA.1: ExistingConditions Table of Contents Station Locations
Usable Kitchens When designing a kitchen for use by persons with mobility impairments, especially those who use wheelchairs, careful layout of the kitchen is crucial to maintaining accessibility. People
CHAPTER 11 ACCESSIBILITY SECTION 1101 GENERAL 1101.1 Scope. The provisions of this chapter shall control the design and construction of facilities for accessibility to physically disabled persons. 1101.2
Kitchen Planning Guidelines With s 1: Door/Entry The clear opening of a doorway should be at least 32 wide. This would require a minimum 2-10 door. The clear opening of a doorway should be at least 34.
A/E REVIEW CHECKLIST ARCHITECTURAL Reviewers should - Use Checklists when reviewing any type of VA construction project for the following disciplines: Architectural, Boiler Safety Devices Operation Checklist,
Classroom Door Security & Locking Hardware The ability to protect students and teachers while in the classroom is a high priority in all educational institutions. Many schools and school districts have
ACCESSIBLE PLAY AREAS Guidelines for Play Areas Summary of Accessibility Guidelines for Play Areas Introduction The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a comprehensive civil rights law that prohibits
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Playground Accessibility ADA Compliance In 1992, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 became effective. This federal law prohibits disability-based discrimination by states, local governments
604 Water Closets and Toilet Compartments 604.1 General. Accessible water closets and toilet compartments shall comply with Section 604. 604.2 Location. The water closet shall be positioned with a wall
Accessibility and Universal Design Presented by Jack D. Humburg Boley Centers, Inc. 1 Jack Humburg Director of Housing Development Director of ADA Services Fair Housing Education and Outreach Consultant
Slip, Trip & Fall Program Table of Contents I. Introduction... 2 II. Scope... 2 III. Definitions... 2 IV. Responsibilities... 4 V. Practices... 5 VI. Slip-Fall Facility Checklist... 7 VII. References...
Simplified Steel Stair Design for Commercial and Institutional Buildings Collaborating with steel stair fabricators during the design of commercial and institutional buildings promotes integrated practice
Keith et P. Skilton Local Programs Engineer FHWA NJ Division 840 Bear Tavern Road, Suite 310 West Trenton, NJ 08628 Phone: 609-637-4203 Fax: 609-538-4919 firstname.lastname@example.org Note: Pictures may depict
The Obligations of the Hospitality Industry to Deaf and Hard of Hearing People Under the Americans with Disabilities Act Reprinted with permission from the National Association of the Deaf Law and Advocacy
The New NYC Building Code Chapter 10 Means of Egress New York City Department of Buildings Technical Affairs Fatma M. Amer, P.E. Copyright Materials This presentation is protected by US and International
CHAPTER 4 GENERAL DESIGN REQUIREMENTS 4.1 ACCESS 4.1.1 This section aims to ensure proper access for all people, with or without disabilities to approach, enter or leave a building independently to reach
St. Michael s Hospital Accessibility Plan 2013-2021 Page 1 of 36 Table of Contents Accessibility Plan for St. Michael s Hospital Affirmation Statement.....3 About St. Michael s Hospital....3 Accessibility
CHAPTER 10 MEANS OF EGRESS SECTION BC 1001 ADMINISTRATION 1001.1 General. Buildings or portions thereof shall be provided with a means of egress system as required by this chapter. The provisions of this
Hotel Accessibility Pack Thank you for considering the Hilton Dublin City. We are pleased to provide you with some information regarding our hotel that you may find useful when planning your visit to our
AUSTRALIAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION ACT 1992 (Cth), Section 55 DISABILITY STANDARDS FOR ACCESSIBLE PUBLIC TRANSPORT 2002 (Cth), Section 33A.1 DISABILITY (ACCESS TO PREMISES BUILDINGS)
DRAFT PUBLIC CONSULTATION July 2009 Building Regulations 2009 Technical Guidance Document M Access and Use Introduction Transitional Arrangements The Guidance Existing Buildings Technical Specifications
Sections R311 and R312 from the 2006 International Residential Code These sections of Chapter 3 of the 2006 International Residential Code for One and Two Family Dwellings (R311 and R312) including the