Part M Vol. 2

  • Diagram 1 Tactile paving and an example of its use at an uncontrolled crossing

  • Diagram 2 Parking bay designated for disabled people

  • Diagram 3 Relationship of ramp gradient to the going of a flight

  • Diagram 4 Stepped access – key dimensions and use of hazard warning surface

  • Diagram 5 External steps and stairs - key dimensions

  • Diagram 6 Examples of acceptable step profiles and key dimensions for external stairs

  • Diagram 7 Handrail design

  • Diagram 10 Key dimensions for lobbies with single leaf doors

  • Diagram 9 Effective clear width of doors

  • Diagram 11 key dimensions associated with passenger lifts

  • Diagram 13 An example of wheelchair space in a lecture theatre

  • Diagram 14 Possible location of wheelchair spaces in front of a rear aisle

  • Diagram 15 An example of wheelchair space provision in a cinema or theatre

  • Diagram 16 An example of a shared refreshment facility

  • Diagram 17 One example of a wheelchair-accessible hotel bedroom with en-suite sanitary facilities

  • Diagram 18 Unisex wheelchair-accessible toilet with corner WC

  • Diagram 19 Heights and arrangement of fittings in a unisex wheelchair-accessible toilet (looking towards wall A in diagram 18)

  • Diagram 20 Height of various fittings in toilet accommodation

  • Diagram 21 WC cubicle for ambulant disabled people

  • Diagram 22 An example of a self-contained changing room for individual use

  • Diagram 23 An example of a self-contained shower room for individual use

  • Diagram 24 An example of a shower room incorporating a corner WC for individual use

  • Diagram 25 An example of a bathroom incorporating a corner WC

  • Diagram 26 Grab rails and fittings associated with a bath

  • Table 1 Limits for ramp gradients

  • Table 2 Minimum effective clear widths of doors

  • Table 3 Provision of wheelchair space in audience seating