Part K

  • Diagram 1.1 Measuring rise and going Part K

  • Diagram 1.10 Alternating tread stair Part K

  • Diagram 1.11 Key dimensions for handrails for common stairs in blocks of flats Part K

  • Diagram 1.12 Key dimensions for handrails for stairs in buildings other than dwellings Part K

  • Diagram 1.13 Handrail design Part K

  • Diagram 1.2 Examples of suitable tread profiles Part K

  • Diagram 1.3 Minimum headroom Part K

  • Diagram 1.4 reduced headroom for loft conversions Part K

  • Diagram 1.5 dividing flights Part K

  • Diagram 1.6 Change of direction in flights Part K

  • Diagram 1.7 Cupboard onto landing Part K

  • Diagram 1.8 Landings next to doors in dwellings Part K

  • Diagram 1.9 Measuring tapered treads Part K

  • Diagram 2.1 Relationship of ramp gradient to the going of a flight Part K

  • Diagram 2.2 ramp design Part K

  • Diagram 3.1 Guarding design

  • Diagram 3.2 Typical Locations for guarding Part K

  • Diagram 4.1 Barrier siting Part K

  • Diagram 4.2 barrier design Part K

  • Diagram 4.3 Loading bay Part K

  • Diagram 5.1 Critical glazing locations in internal and external walls Part K

  • Diagram 5.2 Annealed glass thickness and dimension limits Part K

  • Diagram 5.4 Permanent screen protection Part K

  • Diagram 5.4 Permanent screen protection Part K

  • Diagram 6.1 Marking by a barrier Part K

  • Diagram 6.2 Marking by a surface Part K

  • Diagram 7.1 Examples of door height glazing not warranting manifestation Part K

  • Diagram 7.2 Height of manifestation for glass doors and glazed screens Part K

  • Diagram 8.1 Height of controls Part K

  • Diagram 9.1 Safe reaches for cleaning Part K

  • Diagram 9.2 Ladders a maximum of 6m long Part K

  • Diagram 9.3 Ladders a maximum of 9m long

  • Diagram 10.1 Visibility requirements of doors Part K

  • Diagram 10.2 Avoiding doors on access routes Part K

  • Table 1.1 Rise and Going Part K