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Key Message – Doors & Disability: AS – Design for Access and Mobility. Version 1. Released November Over 4 million people in Australia. The edition of AS is amended as follows; the amendment(s) should be inserted in the appropriate place(s). SUMMARY: This. Refer to Australian Standards (AS) , AS and. AS/NZ ( New Zealand) S for more information. Ramps. Ramps of varying.

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Part 4 – Design for those with vision impairment. These documents are practical and don’t set impossible goals. Legislation, Standards and Guidelines This section of the website sets out the current planning framework, requirements and constraints including recent reforms under which home modification services are provided.

Resources Legislation, Standards and Guidelines.

Legislation, Standards and Guidelines

However it may be used as a legal reference. The Commission may issue guidelines under the Disability Discrimination Act DDA to assist persons and organisations with responsibilities under the legislation to avoid discrimination and comply with their responsibilities.

This section of the website sets out the current planning framework, requirements and constraints including recent reforms under which home modification services are provided. It may also be applied to provide access in existing buildings. What is a Guideline? Home care packages and the NDIS. The AS does not cover Class 1a or 1b buildings private dwellings and non-common areas in Class 2 buildings eg.


They establish a common language which defines quality and safety criteria. Part 2 – Parts of buildings not covered by the BCA i. Part 3 – Design for children. In addition, it is important to be aware when reading access standards, that design solutions are often the result of compromises resulting from requirement conflicts.

New Aged Care Quality Standards. The Building Code of Australia BCA sets out the minimum requirements for health, amenity and safety based on ten building classes.

Technical Standards Under the Disability Discrimination Act DDAthe Attorney-General may make Disability Standards to specify rights and responsibilities about equal access and opportunity for people with a disability, in more detail and with more certainty than the DDA itself provides.

Another well-known design conflict is between those with ambulatory disabilities and wheelchair users. This is designed to cover children 3 yrs however it refers to some parts of AS Unlike standards, these guidelines are not legally binding regulations.

For example; Guidelines on application of the Premises Standards.

AS – Standards Australia

Standards are published documents setting out specifications and procedures designed to ensure products, services and systems are safe, reliable and consistently perform the way they were intended to. Home Modification Information Clearinghouse.

A requirement conflict occurs when a standard solution for one type of disability impairment does not work for another type. Guidelines on Livable Aas. The adaptable housing standard is currently being reviewed but was intended as a guideline for new homes for older people and people with disabilities.


Recommended practice that allows some discretion or leeway in its interpretation, implementation, or use.

News Free online pain course for health professionals. Access sa are continually reviewed and as part of this review process there is ongoing pressure to include a greater range of disability concerns and environmental settings. Call to put accessible housing on national database.

Legislation, Standards and Guidelines | Home Modification Information Clearinghouse

Nevertheless, public access standards while useful for general guidance cannot account for individual need as they do not account for users transfer preferences and generally assume full upper-limb reach ranges. Thus the addition of tactile ground indicators in conjunction with a kerb ramp is the preferred public access solution. The underlying assumption being that attention to wheelchair footprints i. This is because while a kerb poses a barrier to wheeled mobility it provides a mobility cue for those with visual loss.