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Design for access and mobility. Part 1: General requirements for access - New building work (AS 1428.1 - 2009) (incorporating Amendment No. 1)

Author: Standards Australia,
Type: Book
Year: 2009

Abstract:

This Standard specifies the design requirements applicable to new building work, excluding work to private residences, to provide access for people with disabilities. Particular attention is given to accessways and circulation spaces and consistent linkages suitable for use by people who use wheelchairs, and access and facilities for people with ambulatory disabilities and for people with sensory disabilities. NOTES: 1 This Standard does not include requirements for furniture and fitments used in the fitouts of such buildings (see Preface). 2 Buildings that are purpose-built for people with disabilities should be designed with regard for the special need of the occupants of these buildings over and above the requirements of the BCA and this Part of the Standard. 3 This Standard may also be applied for the provision of access to existing buildings.

Further Details

Short Title: AS1428.1 - 2009
Publish Location: Sydney
Publisher: Standards Australia
ISBN/ISSN: 0 7337 9325 8
Accession Number: November, 2011
Notes: Includes Amendment No. 1/2010-11-26
Work Type: Standard
Research Notes: Electronic copy added 18/11/2013
Keywords: Australiadesignregulation compliancemobility
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