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Note: The simplified guide to universal access criteria should be viewed before starting the questionnaire.
To view the simplified universal access criteria (click here)
Parking signs: identifier
Signs should be placed in front of the parking space vertically on a column that is different from the color of the surrounding environment.
Signs must be included on the international code of access.
Avoid placing signs on building facades, walls, or fences.
Adhere to the sizes and dimensions of the signage and the column contained in the simplified guide.
Parking should be accessible so that they are near the main facility entrance.
The position space must be appropriate (the length of the position is proportional to its width) according to the requirements in the simplified guide.
Access lanes on both sides of the parking lot and on the rear to extend over the entire parking space.
Adherence to the sizes and dimensions of access corridors as stated in the simplified guide.
The international access code must be placed on the floor of the parking lots with a white border and a blue background.
Adherence to the sizes and dimensions of ground markings as contained in the simplified guide.
The number of parking lots for people with disabilities must be commensurate with the total number of parking available.
The slope surface must be stable, non-slip and barrier-free.
The slope mile ratio should be between 1:25 and 1:16.
The width of the slope should be between 95 cm to 110 cm between the balusters.
The slope should not be more than 9 m long slopes with intermediate spaces of 2.1 m and a minimum area.
Protective railing should be placed on both sides of the slope.
The color of the handrails should be different from the color of the walls and the surrounding environment.
At the slopes of the sidewalks the slope slope should be between 1:50 and 1:20.
The width of the pavement slope should be a minimum of 1.5 m not including any curved sides.
The double-histing handrail (uper and down) must be suitable for all users in sizes and dimensions.
The handrail grip must be non-slip, free of any sharp elements, and be fitted as.
The handrail must be tightly fastened and immobileable or vibrating.
The handrail grip diameter should be between 3 – 4 cm.
A minimum of 5-6 cm should be provided free space between the handrail and the wall.
The color of the handrails should be different from the color of the walls and the surrounding environment
Internal and external stairs (stairs):
Visual and sensory signals must be integrated into the tray to warn people with visual disabilities of the presence of stairs.
The stairs must include warning surfaces at the bottom and top of the stairs and be on the entire width of the stairs.
The design of the stairs must be proportional so that the existing grade with the sleeper is regular and in sizes and dimensions.
The lip of the stairs should not stand out more than 4 - 6 cm and its height should not exceed 2.5 cm.
A double handrail must be installed on both sides of the stairs in the sizes and dimensions contained in the simplified guide.
The elevator should be on an easy-to-reach road.
An international access symbol sign must be placed at the designated elevator for use..
The width of the elevator door must be as appropriate as indicated in the simplified guide and without any obstacles..
The internal dimensions of the elevator cart must be appropriate as stated in the simplified guide.
Elevator doors should slide horizontally, open and close automatically, preferably remaining at least 8 seconds with a manual closing button for easy control by users.
Installed internal handrails must be installed on all elevator walls that do not have a door, provided that the height of the handrails is between 80 to 90 cm from the elevator floor.
The elevator control keyboard must be easy to access and 90 to 120 cm high from the elevator floor.
The internal dimensions of the elevator cart should be appropriate as stated in the simplified guide.
The elevator control keyboard should include braille.
Audio signals and an audio advertisement must be provided inside the elevator to announce the floor and the direction of movement inside the elevator.
A illuminated display panel must be provided inside the elevator showing the level of the floor where it was stopped.
An emergency call system must be provided inside the elevator and be accessible.
Toilets should be on an accessible route.
An international access code sign should be placed on designated toilets.
The floor of the restrooms must be non-slip.
The internal dimensions of the toilets must be appropriate as stated in the simplified guide.
Adequate free space must be provided within the toilet and unhindered to allow for smooth mobility and movement.
The width of the toilet door should be as appropriate as in the simplified guide.
The bathroom door should open out.
The toilet door must have D-shaped handles and its height is appropriate.
A sink should be provided inside the toilet and be next to the toilet.
A proper depth should be provided under the sink and be at an appropriate height so that it is easy to access.
A long-handle faucet should be provided for the sink so that it is easy to access.
Must have an easy-to-use toilet chair should be provided so that it is appropriately elevated from the floor surface and near the nearest side wall.
Handles are required on either side of the toilet and chair for people with motor disabilities.
The handles must be tightly fastened and immobileable or vibrating and be free of any sharp ends or line.
Toilets must have the luxuries to be available inside them and be at a suitable height and easy access.
An emergency call key or emergency bar must be provided and accessible.
Reception, information and service offices:
Reception desks and queries should be on an accessible route..
An appropriately dimensional free space should be provided in accessible sections of reception desks, information and services.
There must be at least one accessible section serving people with disabilities..
The height of the table in the accessible sections should be appropriate and the depth below the table is appropriate.
Ways and systems must be provided to identify the location of the front desk to serve people with visual disabilities.
Staff offices for persons with disabilities should be accessible..
The work environment and corridors must be barrier-free.
The height of the desk table and the depth below the table should be suitable for use for people with motor disabilities and barrier-free.
It is preferable to provide the offices of employees with hearing disabilities or hearing impaired with visual alert support devices that work with lighting or vibration.
It is preferable to provide the path leading to offices of employees with visual disabilities with ground paths, warning points and braille prints.
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