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Accessible (Disabled) Car Parking

This is determined by the Building Classification.within the Building Code of Australia. More

To permit enough space for a side deployed ramp to enter and exit a motor vehicle. More

5400mm Long by 2 x 2400mm wide (4800mm wide) (One dedicated parking space + One Shared Space) If two accessible carparks are required, they may use the shared space in between them, however, the size would then be 3 x 2400mm (7200mm wide). More

Toilets

To date we have not seen any that meet the requirements of AS 1428.1:2009. More

Category: Toilets

No, there is insufficient reach range for persons using a mobility chair to reach forward and insert their arms down into the air jets. More

Category: Toilets

An ambulant toilet is provided for people with a disability who are capable of walking. It is similar to a standard toilet, however the cubicle door opens outwards and has larger easier to use door hardware, there must be a clear space of 900mm x 900mm both inside and outside the cubicle and there must be grab rails within the cubicle, located on each side of the toilet. A coat hook and the toiet paper dispenser must be located at the required height. More

Category: Toilets

Accessible toilet – Person who uses a mobility chair requiring clearances for tranfer on/off the Pan.
Ambulant toilet – Person who may be an amputee, Muscular Dystophy, rely on crutches. More

Category: Toilets

 The 1400mm exclusion zone caters for persons using a mobility chair to approach the Pan in their preferred way i.e. Front on, Diagonal or Side on. More

Category: Toilets

No, the features/clearances between the toilets accomodate different user ranges

Accessible toilet – Person who uses a mobility chair requiring clearances for tranfer on/off the Pan.

Ambulant facility – Person who may be an amputee, Muscular Dystophy, rely on crutches. More

Category: Toilets

Not permitted under Clause F2.3(a) of the BCA. Note that depending on the situation consideration may be gievn to a ‘Performance Based’ approach to permit a Unisex Ambulant toilet inlieu of Separate Male & Female toilets. More

Category: Toilets

This depends on the orientation of the door and Transfer but typically between 2000mm Wide by 2650mm Long – 2400mm Wide x 2350mm Long. More

Category: Toilets
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