Disabled

Signage must be provided next to each toilet airlock door to identify the locations of the accessible toilets, male toilets, female toilets (and ambulant toilets for use by both male and females).
Accessible signage must include Braille and tactile characters next to the door of each unisex accessible toilet. Accessible toilet signage must include the International Symbol of Access (i.e. the wheelchair symbol). The International Symbol of Access symbols on accessible toilet signs must be a white colour on a blue background.
All Braille & tactile characters on signs are to be located between 1200mm and 1600mm above the floor level. Where accessible toilet signs just have a single line of text they must have the Braille and tactile characters located between 1250mm and 1350mm above floor level.
Braille & tactile signs are to be installed on the wall on the latch side of each accessible toilet door, and between 50mm and 300mm from the architrave. Where the facility includes a shower it should provide a pictogram representing the shower within the facility.

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