(Attach Needed Survey Forms to this Summary Sheet.)
Signs which designate permanent rooms and spaces must comply with 4.30.1, 4.30.4, 4.30.5, and 4.30.6. Other signs which provide direction to, or information about, functional spaces of the building must comply with 4.30.1, 4.30.2, 4.30.3, and 4.30.5.
Exception: Building directories, menus, and all other signs which are temporary are not required to comply.
Survey each sign with Form 19: Signage. Form 19: Signage is also used with Form 3: Exterior Accessible Routes; Form 6: Telephones; Form 10: Entrances and Exits (Areas of Rescue Assistance); Form 12: Building Lobbies and Corridors; Form 14: Rooms and Spaces; Form 16: Toilet Rooms and Bathrooms; and Form 29: Transportation Facilities.
If emergency warning systems are provided, then they must include both audible alarms and visual alarms complying with 4.28. Sleeping accommodations required to comply with 9.3 must have an auxiliary visual alarm complying with 4.28.4. Emergency warning systems in medical care facilities may be modified to suit standard health care alarm design practice.
Survey each alarm with Form 20: Alarms. Form 20: Alarms is also used with Form 12: Building Lobbies and Corridors; Form 14: Rooms and Spaces; Form 15: Assembly Areas; and Form 16: Toilet Rooms and Bathrooms.
Detectable warnings must be provided at reflecting pools that are not protected by railings, walks, or curbs. At hazardous vehicular areas on a site, if a walk crosses or adjoins a vehicular way, and the walking surfaces are not separated by curbs, railings, or other elements between the pedestrian areas and vehicular areas, then the boundary between the areas must be defined by a continuous detectable warning. Detectable warnings must also be provided on curb ramps on a site.
Survey each detectable warning with Form 21: Detectable Warnings. Detectable warnings on curb ramps are included on Form 4: Curb Ramps. Form 21: Detectable Warnings is also used with Form 2: Passenger Loading Zones and Form 3: Accessible Routes.
Where one or more automated teller machines is provided at a location, at least one ATM at that location must comply with 4.34.
Exception: Drive-up-only automated teller machines are not required to comply with 4.27.2, 4.27.3 and 4.34.3.
Survey each ATM with Form 22: Automated Teller Machine (ATMs). Form 22: Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) is also used with Form 3: Exterior Accessible Routes and Form 12: Building Lobbies and Corridors.
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|Form 19: Signage||________________|
|Form 20: Alarms||________________|
|Form 21: Detectable Warnings||________________|
|Form 22: Automated Teller Machines (ATMs)||________________|
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