An understanding of the difference between accessibility laws mandated for buildings constructed using governmental funds, accessibility guidelines for buildings built by private entities for public use, and practical exceptions to both
Design principles to ensure parking facilities accommodate use by the handicapped
An overview of the importance of providing accessible routes between parking facilities and building points of entry
Materials and methods to construct walking surfaces allowing easy passage and use by the handicapped, including stairs and ramps.
An overview of design principles resulting in making vertical transportation equipment, like lifts and elevators, of better use to the handicapped
Maneuvering clearances needed at, and between, doors and gates
Turning spaces required for easy passage of those occupying mobility aids
Requirements needed to prevent obstructions on, beside and above paths of travel, from preventing passage wheelchair users.
Signage, signal and call devices needed to facilitate use of elevators and lifts by handicapped occupants of all descriptions
Requirements for accessibility, maneuvering and clear spaces that are particular to the use of specific spaces normally found in our buildings