(Attach Needed Survey Forms to this Summary Sheet.)
In a building or facility, each public and common use toilet room/facility, and bathroom/bathing facility must be accessible. Employee toilet rooms are considered to be "common use" toilet rooms. Other toilet rooms and bathrooms must be adaptable in that all space and door requirements must be satisfied.
For single user portable toilet or bathing units clustered at a single location (where not associated with construction sites), at least 5% (but no less than one) accessible toilet units or bathing units must be installed at each cluster whenever typical inaccessible units are provided. Accessible units must be identified by the International Symbol of Accessibility.
Survey each toilet room/facility with Form 16: Toilet Rooms and Bathrooms and Form 19: Signage. Survey each bathroom/bathing facility with Form 16: Toilet Rooms and Bathrooms; Form 17: Bathtubs and Showers, and Form 19: Signage. You may also need Form 11: Doors and Gates and Form 20: Alarms. If a drinking fountain is located in the toilet room/facility or bathroom/bathing facility, use Form 5: Drinking Fountains.
Number of Copies:
Form 5: Drinking Fountains
Form 11: Doors and Gates
Form 16: Toilet Rooms and Bathrooms
Form 17: Bathtubs and Showers
Form 19: Signage
Form 20: Alarms
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