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AS 1428.1-2001 design for access and mobility part 1: general requirements for access - new building work

Standard Number:  AS 1428.1-2001
Title:  design for access and mobility part 1: general requirements for access - new building work
Language:  English
Replaced by Standard:  AS 1428.1-2009

Publication Date:  2001/6/5
Revocatory Date:  2009/11/27
Status:  Withdrawn
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
Price:  
Number of Pages:60P.;A4  

Description:Specifies design requirements applicable to new building work, including public and commercial, to provide access for people with disabilities. Attention is given to the needs of people who use wheelchairs, people with ambulatory disabilities and sensory  
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AS 1428.1-2001 DESIGN FOR ACCESS AND MOBILITY - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ACCESS-NEW BUILD...
PREFACE
CONTENTS
FOREWORD
1 SCOPE
2 APPLICATION
2.1 Building Code of Australia
2.2 General
3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
4 DEFINITIONS
4.1 Angle of approach
4.2 Braille
4.3 Circulation space
4.4 Continuous accessible path of travel (accessway)
4.5 Grabrail
4.6 Handrail
4.7 Kerb
4.8 Kerb ramp
4.9 Landing
4.10 Luminance contrast
4.11 Ramp
4.12 Step ramp
4.13 Tactile ground surface indicators (TGSIs)
4.14 Tactile signs
4.15 Walkway
5 WALKWAYS, RAMPS AND LANDINGS
5.1 General
5.1.1 Circulation space
5.1.2 Continuous path of travel
5.2 Walkways
5.3 Ramps
5.4 Angles of approach for walkways, ramps and landings
5.5 Curved ramps and walkways
5.6 Camber and crossfall in ramps and walkways
5.7 Landings
5.8 Kerb ramps and step ramps
5.8.1 Location
5.8.2 Profile
5.8.3 Finishes
6 HANDRAILS AND GRABRAILS
6.1 Handrails
6.2 Grabrails
7 DOORWAYS, DOORS AND CIRCULATION SPACE AT DOORWAYS
7.1 Provision of entrances
7.2 Clear opening of doorways
7.3 Circulation spaces at doorways on a continuous accessible path of travel
7.3.1 Swinging doors
7.3.2 Sliding doors
7.3.3 Automatic doors
7.4 Distance between doorways in passages
7.5 Glazing
7.5.1 General
7.5.2 Glazed viewing panels
7.6 Door controls
8 LIFTS
9 STAIRWAYS
9.1 Stair construction
9.2 Stairway handrails
10 SANITARY FACILITIES
10.1 General information
10.2 Accessible unisex sanitary facilities
10.2.1 General
10.2.2 WC pan
10.2.3 WC pan clearances
10.2.4 Cistern
10.2.5 Seat
10.2.6 Flushing control
10.2.7 Toilet paper dispenser
10.2.8 Grabrails
10.2.9 Circulation space in WCs
10.2.10 WC doors
10.3 Washbasins
10.4 Sanitary facility fixtures and fittings
10.4.1 Mirrors
10.4.2 Shelves
10.4.3 Soap dispensers, towel dispensers and the like
10.4.4 Clothes-hanging devices
10.4.5 Shredder disposal units and sanitary incinerators
10.4.6 Switches and general purpose outlets
10.5 Showers
10.5.1 General
10.5.2 Floor and waste outlet
10.5.3 Opening shower screens
10.5.4 Grabrails
10.5.5 Shower head support grabrail
10.5.6 Shower head
10.5.7 Soap holder
10.5.8 Taps
10.5.9 Folding seat
10.6 Combined sanitary facilities
10.7 Sanitary facilities for children and adolescents
10.8 Sanitary facilities for people with ambulant disabilities
10.9 Identification of sanitary facilities
11 CONTROLS
11.1 Door handles and hardware
11.1.1 Design and performance
111.2 Location
11.2 Switches and general purpose outlets (power points)
11.3 Water taps
12 SURFACE ON A CONTINUOUS ACCESSIBLE PATH OF TRAVEL
13 CAR PARKING FACILITIES
14 SIGNS INDICATING ACCESS FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
14.1 Use of international symbol
14.2 International symbol
14.3 International symbol for deafness
14.4 Form of signs
14.5 Signs
14.5.1 Location of signs
15 SEATING IN PLACES OF PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENT
15.1 Auditorium
15.2 Surfaces
15.3 Spatial requirements
16 HEARING AUGMENTATION LISTENING SYSTEMS
17 LIGHTING
17.1 Interior lighting-Safe movement
17.2 Lighting for people with hearing impairment
APPENDIX A - EXAMPLES OF KERBS
APPENDIX B - ANGLES OF APPROACH FOR WALKWAYS, RAMPS AND LANDINGS
APPENDIX C - CIRCULATION SPACES AT DOORWAYS ON A CONTINUOUS ACCESSIBLE PATH OF TRAVEL
APPENDIX D - LUMINANCE CONTRAST
APPENDIX E - EXAMPLE OF SHOWER RECESS AND CIRCULATION SPACE FOR THREE-SIDED SHOWER ENCLOS...
  
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