Accessibility requirements for buildings are changing. Increasing access means creating an environment that can be used by all people, including those who have disabilities. When we talk about accessibility, people often assume we mean making a building or other space accessible to wheelchair use and don't think beyond that. True accessibility, however, means giving thought to many different types of disabilities and how you can change things within your own organization, building, or initiative, to make the people who have them feel welcome.
WHAT IS ACCESSIBILITY
BARRIER-FREE PATH OF TRAVEL
WHAT WE DO
Ontario's Building Code requires a barrier-free path of travel throughout most occupancies and building types. The Building Code also sets a number of requirements related to common access and circulation throughout buildings. These include requirements related to building entrances, minimum doorway and corridor widths, ramp dimensions, passing and rest spaces, and turning spaces.
ACCESS TO POOLS AND SPAS
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