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Influence cqn and international standards development by commenting on draft standards online. This Standard specifies technical requirements on how to make buildings and other facilities accessible and safely usable by persons with physical, sensory, or cognitive disabilities.
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What kind of news would you like? Accessible Design for the Built Environment. The symbol of a right angle, located in the upper left-hand corner of each n651, is an indicator to persons with visual impairments that a figure follows. Annex E, “Elevator requirements for persons with physical disabilities”, is a mandatory Annex.
CAN/CSA-B Update 1 – Update 1 to CAN/CSA-B Accessible Design for the Built Environment
The annexes provide additional information on topics considered in the Standard. For example, some people prefer to transfer to or from a wheelchair towards their preferred side when using toilet facilities.
Temporary buildings and facilities provided for public use should also comply with the technical requirements of this Standard. If a facility is primarily to serve children, dimensions and other provisions should be adjusted to make them suitable for children.
Annex A, “Environmental considerations”, however, is more of an introduction to several topics that are only partially covered in this Standard, but that have broad environmental implications for the accessibility and usability of spaces by all persons, whether they have disabilities or not.
Where public access is permitted during construction or maintenance of a facility, the requirements of this Standard should be respected to provide safe and equitable use for everyone.
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This Standard describes technical requirements that can be used in the design and construction of new facilities or modifications to existing facilities. When designing for specific individuals, their particular abilities and 6b51 should be taken into account. Such temporary facilities may include teaching spaces, reviewing stands, exhibit areas, bleachers, first-aid facilities, or pedestrian passageways around construction sites.
Comment on draft standards Influence national and international standards development by commenting on draft standards online. In this Standard, “shall” is used to express a requirement, i.
This Standard contains minimum requirements based on adult dimensions. Commentary and cwn are included for explanatory cna illustrative purposes only and are not a mandatory part of the Standard.
All dimensions in figures are given van millimetres and are measured to the centreline, unless otherwise specified. Some people with disabilities may have requirements beyond the levels addressed in this Standard. This Standard does not address the application of the technical requirements. The extent to which these requirements have to be applied is the responsibility of other authorities having jurisdiction.
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Notes to tables and figures are considered part of the table or figure and do not include requirements or alternative requirements. Comment on draft standards.