Tactiles are the raised surface with dots and bars of a rubber for whom are blind or vision-impaired or have a reduction in the effectiveness of their sight. It is appointed rule in Australian construction standards for the commercials where nearby stairs and elevators commonly for people’s safety and faith of the world where they live. This helps people can travel and walk comfortable and protected. By our tactile range provides simple colours for the other designers and builders.
a) An uninterrupted path of travel to, into or within a building providing access to all required accessible facilities.
b) A path of travel required to be accessible shall not include a step, stairway, turnstile, revolving door, escalator, moving walk or other impediments.
c) Warning tactile ground surface indicators should be used at the top and bottom of stairways and ramps, but not at intermediate landings that have continuous handrails on both sides of the stairway or ramp.
d) Warning tactile ground surface indicators should be used at the top and bottom of stairways and ramps and intermediate landings that have entrances from that level to the landing.
e) Application: applicable to the internal and external built environment, throughout Australia and New Zealand, in potentially hazardous situations such as stairs, ramps, kerb ramps, the level transition between pedestrian areas where the motorist vision is limited.
– Referenced on Design for access and mobility (AS 1428.4 — 2002)
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