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Section 3 1.36 Handrails should be set at heights that are convenient for all users of the building and should extend safely beyond the top and bottom of a flight of steps, or a ramp, to give both stability and warning of the presence of a change in level. Consideration should be given to the provision of a second handrail on stairs in a wide range of building types, and particularly in schools, for use by children and people of short stature.

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3.5 & 3.6 -again if access for maintenance is less frequent then temporary types of guarding or warning notices would be more appropriate. (ie when the prominent guarding is broken a tempoary sign is needed) Covered in Construction (design and management) Regulation 1994 http://www.hse.gov.uk/pubns/indg184.htm

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3.1 - guardings should be provided where it is reasonably necessary for safety to guard the edge of any part of a floor (ie the entire walkway )

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3.3 -The proposed design is likely to be used by children under 5 years old, the guarding should prevent children being helf fast by the guarding. - the construction should be such that a 100mm sphere cannot pass through any opening in the guarding and so that children will not readily be able to climb it. *Horizontal rails for such guarding should be avoided (noticed an horizon guardings are being used here, further developments from 1:20)

1.24_Some people have a weakness on one side. This leads to a requirement for support at both sides of ramps.


2.4 -Ramps are clear of obstructions 2.5 -Ramps that are wider than 1m then handrails on both sides - height of handrails = 900mm 1000mm, firm support and allow a firm grip. Handrails also forms the top of the guarding with a matched height.

1.8_ If the gradient is 1:20 or steeper it should be designed and equipped as ramped access 1.11_with of 1800mm is said to be possibly to accommodate any amount of non-vehicular traffic without the need for passing places.

1.7_Due to the sites nature, a gentle gradient approach over a long distance is being taken, level landings intervals available as rest points. 1.12_reduces the risk to people, particularly people with impaired sight when they are approaching and within the area under all lightings

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3.1 - Guardings should be provided where it is reasonably necessary for safety to guard the edge of any part of a floor (ie the entire walkway ) 3.2 -Design: any wall, parapet, balustrade or similar obstruction may serve as guarding. Guarding should be at least raised to 110mm on roof to meet regulation and 900mm for the stair case. -Guarding should be capable of resisting at least the horizontal force given in BS 6399: Part1: 1996. -Further guidance on BS 6180: 1995 code of practice for protective

4.2 -Projecting parts: ie.parts of windows skylights and ventilators that project either internally or externally more than about 100mm horizontal into spaces which are used by people moving or about the building: a. not less than 2m above the ground or floor when in any fixed postion; b. OR marked by a feature such as a barrier or rail about 1100mm high to prevent people walking into the projecting part (dig.16) c. OR marked by provision of surfaces with STRONG tactile differences, or by suitable landscaping features so that people are guided away from them see DOCUMENT M and diagram 17)

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