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PLEASE NOTE, THIS IS ALWAYS A WORK IN PROGRESS. IF YOU HAVE IDEAS FOR THINGS YOU'D LIKE TO HAVE INCLUDED, EMAIL rampvancouver@gmail.com AND WE'LL SEE ABOUT GETTING IT ONTO THE TEMPLATE.
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Name and address of audited space: Big Bro's Barbershop, 1685 Nanaimo Street V5L 4T9Date Audited: May 5 2016
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OVERALL ACCESSIBILITY RATINGS:
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ACCESS CATEGORY:HIGHSEMINONN/A COMMENTS
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Blind and Low VisionX
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Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or Other Audio BarriersX
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EMS (Electro Magnetic Sensitivity)X
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Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Scent Reduction/ Scent FreeXloosely scent reduced; scented products used
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Wheelchair/ Scooter User /Mobility LimitedX
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_________Bathroom AccessX
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Other Access Categories (e.g. allergens, child access, financial, etc)X
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for more info: http://radicalaccessiblecommunities.wordpress.com/radical-access-mapping-project-vancouver/
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GENERAL RENTAL / SPACE INFOYMIXNON/A COMMENTS
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Primary function of the spaceBarbershop; community centre
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Hours of operation:Wednesday-Sunday 11am-6pm
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Size of space, in square footage837 square feet
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Maximum capacity for eventsapprox. 30
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Rental fees (give full week range)TBD per event
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What does rental include? speaker; microphone by request
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Specific requirements for rentalcontact owner: contact@bigbrosbarbershop.com
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SIGNAGE & WAYFINDINGYMIXNON/A COMMENTS
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Signage is in a clearly visible location? X
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Highly visible w/large, thick lettering <22pt font?X
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Non-glare finish so it's easier to read? X
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Letters & background high contrast for easier reading? Xvinyl lettering on window
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Braile?X
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Tactile?X
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At a good height (5’ above floor to centre-line of sign)? X
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Can a person approach within 36” of sign without standing within door swing?X
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Directional signage large & consistent (colour, height, placement)?Xno directional signage
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Well-lit at night?X
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LIGHTINGYMIXNON/A COMMENTS
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Is lighting even throughout the venue?X
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Are there well-lit areas for people who use sign language to lip read and/sign?X
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Are any hazards well-lit?X
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What kind of lighting: fluorescent, incandescent, halogen etc? Describefluorescent ceiling lights; large window
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Can fluorescent lighting be turned off and other lighting used instead?Xnatural light can be used alone during the day
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Strobe lights restricted, banned or simply not available in the space?X
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Are warning signs used if strobe light/ smoke/ explosive sounds are used (as any one of these can pose danger to some?X
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VEHICLE & MOBILITY SCOOTER PARKINGYMIXNON/A COMMENTS
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Accessible or other parking within 200 feet of the building?Xgravel parking lot & street parking
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Well-signposted (upright & ground signage)?X
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Signage regarding the misuse of the spaces?X
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Are the spaces on level ground?Xstreet parking is level; parking lot is gravel
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Is there a slip resistant surface?X
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Extra space designated to allow access to & from car (12’ wide; 26’ high)?X
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Allow easy & barrier-free access to closest entrance?X
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Can the user avoid passing through traffic & behind parked cars?X
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Are there areas/ spaces inside to park mobility scooters/ walkers, etc? Where?Xscooters may be parked by reception desk
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EXTERIOR ACCESSYMIXNON/A COMMENTS
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Outdoor paths in good condition (no roots, cracks, holes) to prevent tripping etc? Xsome small gaps between sidewalk blocks
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Marked w/paint to indicate wheelchair accessible paths?Xsidewalk entrance only
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Outline path edges with high contrast paint?X
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Grate slots go against traffic flow so wheelchair wheels don't get stuck?Xno grate slots
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Grate slots no more than ½” wide?X
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Sidewalks, ramps & paths 36” wide?X
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Drop-off near accessible entrance? X
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Walkways well-lit at night? Xstreet lighting; entrance lit at night
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Slip-resistant surface?X
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GETTING THERE: PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION ETC.YMIXNON/A COMMENTS
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Transit near accessible entrance? How near?Xless than 1/2 a block
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Are there curb cuts leading from transit to the venue to ensure those using wheelchairs & others unable to climp a step can access the space?X
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Transit accessible?X
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Bus? Train? Other?bus only
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Route #s and other information#7 NANAIMO STN bus stop at Gravely; #7 DUNBAR stop at E 1st Ave
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Bike lockups? Where?Xplease bring bikes inside
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Are transit tokens available?X
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DOORS: main and internal, excluding washroomYMIXNON/A COMMENTS
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Is there a wheelchair accessible entrance?X
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Is there signage to the accessible entrance?Xonly entrance is accessible
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Entrance well lit at night?X
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Path to the accessible entrance clear of obstacles, roots, big cracks, etc?X
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Door is at least 33 3/4" wide? (BC Building Code Standard, 2013)X
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Does door open inwards or outwards?outwards
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Door swing clearance (from door edge to ramp edge) at least 32” to allow enough space when using a wheelchair or other mobility device, or for larger people?X16" only
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Operable by a single effort (no more than 8.5 lbs pressure for push or pull)?X
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Are doors automatic?X
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Do automatic doors work?X
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Can users open doors themselves? Wait for assistance? Describe.Xdoorbell is provided if assistance is needed
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Thresholds flush with floor, or nearly so (>½”)?X
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Doormats stationary, flat or recessed (> ½” high)?Xno doormats
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Wing handles, not knobs (there are many people who cannot grasp a doorknob)? X
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3 second closing delay to allow entry without being hit by the door? Xslight delay
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Peephole or windows in doors reachable (> 5 high’)? X
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Locks no higher than 5’?X
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Is there a doorbell at 48" high or less?X
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If so, is there a visible and/or tactile indicator? Describe.Xvisible sign
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