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Access for People with Disabilities: Signs
 

Access for People with Disabilities: Signs

Building Technology File 11

Building Technology Files (BTF) for Home-owners and Professionals

Illustrations
4 pages
Publisher: CSIRO Building, Construction and Engineering


    PDF - 2001
ISBN: BTF11WEB - AU $ 5.00

    Pamphlet - 2001
ISBN: BTF11PRT - AU $ 6.00

 

 This BTF is intended to supplement the information given in the Building Code of Australia and AS 1428 ‘Design for Access and Mobility’, and to give specific information on the use of the International Symbols to indicate accessibility.

The information in this BTF applies to buildings and facilities for use by the general public, where arrangements and systems are in place to provide access for people with disabilities. Where facilities such as toilets or ramps are available, it is essential that people employed in the building and visitors know where they are, and the most convenient way of reaching them.

This BTF is one of a series on design of the built environment for access by people with disabilities:
 

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