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Name and address of audited space: Gallery GachetDate Conducted:_April 30, 2013__ Date Updated:____________
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OVERALL ACCESSIBILITY RATINGS:FULLSEMINONCOMMENTS
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Blind and Low Vision SEMINo specific accommodations, but the space is well lit, with few obstructions, all generally detectable.
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Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or Other Audio BarriersSEMINo specific accommodations, but generally a quiet space, well lit.
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EMS (electro magnetic sensitivity)SEMIIn the middle of downtown hotspots, w/ option for turning off wi-fi
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Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Scent Reduction/ Scent FreeNONThis is a gallery & workspace where art supplies are used regularly.
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Wheelchair/ Scooter User /Mobility LimitedFULLSEMIThe main space is fully accessible, the workshop in the back is not yet, though it is something they're working on in addition to other access improvements they are committed to.
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[Additional Accessibility Categories]
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for more info: http://radicalaccessiblecommunities.wordpress.com/radical-access-mapping-project-vancouver/
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GENERAL RENTAL INFOCOMMENTS
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Size of space, in square footage
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Maximum capacity for events
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Rental fees (give full week range if possible)Standard rate variable depending upon the event. Not-for-profit discounts are available.
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What does rental include?
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Specific requirements for rentalPriority is given to projects which accord with the mandate of providing space for artistic endeavours which serve to illuminate the public on issues relating to art and mental health.
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SIGNAGE & WAYFINDINGYNN/A COMMENTS
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Signage in a clearly visible location? Y
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Highly visible w/large, thick lettering <22pt font?Y
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Non-glare finish? Y
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Letters & background high contrast? Y
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Braile?N
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Tactile?N
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At a good height (5’ above floor to centre-line of sign)? Y
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Can a person approach within 36” of sign without standing within door swing?Y
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Is the building plan posted at entrance?N
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Directional signage large & consistent (colour, height, placement)?
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Well-lit at night?Y
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Warning signs used if strobe light/ smoke/ explosive sounds are used?N/Awould depend on the event, but generally these are not in use.
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LIGHTINGYNN/A COMMENTS
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Is lighting even throughout the venue?Y
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Are there well-lit areas for people who use sign language to lip read and/sign?Y
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Are any hazards well-lit?Y
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what kind of lighting: fluorescent, incandescent, halogen etc? Describehalogen
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Can fluorescent lighting be turned off and other lighting used instead?N/A
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Are strobe light used in the space?N
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VEHICLE & MOBILITY SCOOTER PARKINGYNN/A COMMENTS
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Accessible or other parking within 200 feet of the building?Y
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Well-signposted (upright & ground signage)?Y
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Signage regarding the misuse of the spaces?N
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Are the spaces on level ground?Y
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Is there a slip resistant surface?N
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Extra space designated to allow access to & from car (12’ wide; 26’ high)?N
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Allow easy & barrier-free access to closest entrance?N
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Can the user avoid passing through traffic & behind parked cars?N
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Are there areas/ spaces inside to park mobility scooters? Where?Ya space can be easily designated per event
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Are there requirements to park inside? (eg pre arrange, speak with staff)N/A
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EXTERIOR ACCESSYNN/A COMMENTS
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Outdoor paths in good condition (no roots, cracks, holes)? YN
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Marked w/paint to indicate wheelchair accessible paths?N
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Outline path edges with high contrast paint?N
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Grate slots not parallel to traffic flow?N/A
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Grate slots no more than ½” wide?N/A
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Sidewalks, ramps & paths 36” wide?Y
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Drop-off near accessible entrance? Y
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Walkways well-lit at night? Y
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Slip-resistant surface?N
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PUBLIC TRANSITYNN/A COMMENTS
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Transit near accessible entrance? How near?Y
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Are there curb cuts leading from transit to the venue?Y
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Transit accessible?Y
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Bus? Train? Other?YBus, train, seabus nearby
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Route #s and other information
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Bike lockups? Where?Yjust outside the doors
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Are transit tokens available?N/A
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DOORSYNN/A COMMENTS
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Is there a wheelchair accessible entrance?Y
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Directions to access entrances/ descriptions of what that allows access to? N
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Entrance well lit at night?Y
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Path to the accessible entrance clear of obstacles, roots, big cracks, etc?Y
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Does door open inwards or outwards?inwards
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Minimum door clearance of at least 32”? Y54" total for both, 28" for one
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Operable by a single effort (no more than 8.5 lbs pressure for push or pull)?Y
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Are doors automatic?N
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Do automatic doors work?N/A
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Can users open doors themselves? Wait for assistance? Describe.Ycan do either
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Thresholds flush with floor, or nearly so (>½”)?Y
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Doormats stationary, flat or recessed (> ½” high)?Y
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Wing handles, not knobs? Y
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3 second closing delay? N/A
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Peephole or windows in doors reachable (> 5 high’)? Y
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Locks no higher than 5’?Y
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ELEVATORS/LIFTSYNN/A COMMENTS
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Do you have a lift?N(Lifts are smaller than elevators & have no room for manoeuvrability)
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Do you have an elevator?N
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Elevator size at least 5’ X 5’? N/A
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Lift dimensions at least 32"W x 48"L?N/A
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Threshold no greater than ½”?N/A
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Doors or compartment opens at least 32” wide?N/A
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Elevator call buttons at a reasonable height (35” - 54” above floor)?N/A
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