The Access Manual: Auditing and Managing Inclusive Built Environments / Edition 2 available in Paperback
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The Access Manual was first published in November 2003 and has been used by architects and facilities managers needing to meet the requirements of new legislation in 2004. It was well received by design, management, access, and health professionals.
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About the Author
Ann Sawyer BA Dip. Arch. is an architect and independent access consultant.
Keith Bright is former Professor of Inclusive Environments at The University of Reading and now Director of Keith Bright Consultancy, a company offering independent access advice and training.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Access audits and appraisals.
Why carry out an access audit? Add nos.
Chapter 2 Access management.
Ongoing access management.
Occupying the building.
Information and training.
Chapter 3 Legislation, regulations and standards.
The Disability Discrimination Act 1995.
The Disability Discrimination Act 2005.
The Building Regulations.
BS 5588 Fire precautions in the design, construction.
and use of buildings.
BS 8300:2001 Design of buildings and their approaches.
to meet the needs of disabled people - Code of Practice.
BS 7000-6: 2005 Design management systems. Managing.
Planning legislation and guidance.
Occupier Liability Acts.
Chapter 4 Design criteria.
Communication and wayfinding.
Appendix A General acceptability criteria.
Appendix B Information sources.
What People are Saying About This
"Altogether this book is a fascinating read full of useful hints and ideas concerning access and the built environment. It is not a book to be read and discarded, but more a book for the office shlef, to be picked up and used time and again when the need arises or when a challenging aspect of access design needs addressing."