How intermediate height surfaces and fixtures, like counters, benches, lockers, mailboxes, fuel dispensers, etc., should be designed to facilitate use by the disabled
Height limits and other dimensional data needed to ensure that, plumbing equipment normally used in toilets and bathing facilities remain usable to the handicapped
Features and functions of alarm and notification systems in facilities designed to be accessible and usable by disabled occupants of all descriptions.
Characteristics and defining features of visual, Braille, pictograms and tactile characters, ensuring that signage in accessible locations is legible to, and usable for, all occupants
Consideration of flooring surfaces and finishes, including allowable changes in level, to ensure smooth passage over them
Features of various facilities designed for recreation, so as to make continued enjoyment possible for the disabled.