Fenrigor Influence national and international standards development by commenting on draft standards online. This Standard does not address the application of the technical requirements. The symbol of a right angle, located in the upper left-hand corner of each figure, is an indicator to persons with visual impairments that a figure follows. Such temporary facilities may include teaching spaces, reviewing stands, exhibit areas, bleachers, first-aid facilities, or pedestrian passageways around construction sites. Accessible Design for the Built Environment. FSDM PDF If a facility is primarily to serve children, dimensions and other provisions should be adjusted to make them suitable for children.
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Expand all Collapse all Note to reader Subsection 5. This amendment is effective on April 11, Effective date This standard is effective November 1, Application This standard applies to all departments within the meaning of section 2 of the Financial Administration Act , unless specific acts or regulations override it. Context The Canadian Human Rights Act CHRA gives effect to the principle that all individuals should have equal opportunity to have their needs accommodated, consistent with their duties and obligations and to function as members of society, without being hindered in, or prevented from, doing so by discriminatory practices.
The CHRA prohibits discrimination in the provision of goods, services, facilities or accommodation customarily available to the general public and prohibits the adverse differentiation between individuals. Purpose The Treasury Board Policy on the Management of Real Property holds Deputy Heads responsible for providing barrier-free access to, use of and exit from real property in accordance with this standard.
This standard establishes minimum requirements for the accessibility of real property to meet the objectives of the policy. This standard is issued pursuant to the Financial Administration Act , subsections 7 1 , 9 1. Accessibility requirements 5.
In the management of real property, custodians shall at a minimum, provide access to and use of the following: Entrances. Frequently used points of access to the property must be equipped with a power door operator at main entrances to real property.
Where entry to or exit from the facility is through a series of doors in a vestibule-like arrangement, at least one complete set of doors allowing access to the vestibule area shall be so equipped.
Passenger elevators. Public areas including, but not limited to, cafeterias, lounges, recreation areas, eating areas, patios, libraries, and walkways. Federal work areas including, but not limited to, offices, on-floor storage areas, meeting and training rooms, computer rooms and spaces for business machines.
Interior doors and corridors. Public telephones. When banks of public telephones are provided, there must be at least one public telephone per bank accessible to persons in wheelchairs and one public telephone per bank accessible to persons with hearing impairments.
All direct-line telephones and at least one charge-a-call telephone, when provided, shall be similarly accessible. Drinking fountains. One accessible cooler or fountain shall be provided in each location where water coolers or drinking fountains are provided. Tactile signage. Tactile signs shall be provided for the following: washrooms, emergency exits, elevators and stairwells.
Where employee or visitor parking is provided, the quantity of accessible parking spaces provided shall conform with municipal by-laws or the following table, whichever has the higher number of accessible spaces: Total Parking Spaces Minimum No.
Accessibility Standard for Real Property
Expand all Collapse all Note to reader Subsection 5. This amendment is effective on April 11, Effective date This standard is effective November 1, Application This standard applies to all departments within the meaning of section 2 of the Financial Administration Act , unless specific acts or regulations override it.
CSA B651-04 PDF
Bajind If a facility is primarily to serve children, dimensions and other provisions should be adjusted to make them suitable for children. Buy Standards Purchase b standards and standards-based products you are looking for. What kind of news would you like? This Standard does not address the application of the technical requirements. All dimensions in figures are given in millimetres and are measured to the centreline, unless otherwise specified. This Standard specifies technical requirements on b to make buildings and other facilities accessible and safely usable by persons with physical, sensory, or cognitive disabilities. Standards Council of Canada Skip to main content Skip to footer.