Australian Standards contain useful guidelines when designing bathrooms or public toilets, external walkways and access into buildings. These Standards can be read at the Independent Living Centre or at the Standards Australia office.
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AS1428.1 - 2001
Design for access and mobility - general requirements for access - new building work
AS1428.2 - 1992
Design for access and mobility - enhanced and additional requirements - buildings and facilities
AS1428.3 - 1992
Design for access and mobility - requirements for children and adolescents with physical disabilities
AS4226 - 1994
Guidelines for safe housing design
AS4299 - 1995
Slip resistance classification of new pedestrian surface materials
HP197 - 1999
An introductory guide to the slip resistance of pedestrian surface materials.
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Models / Specifications
Model Australian Standards Relevant to Bathroom Design: Australian Standards Relevant to Bathroom Design
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