Section IV - Priority 4 - Additional Access

Checklist

 

When amenities such as public telephones and drinking fountains are provided to the general public, they should also be accessible to people with disabilities.

 

Drinking Fountains

1. Is there at least one fountain with clear floor space of at least 30 by 48 inches in front?
Yes _____
No _____

 

2. Is there one fountain with its spout no higher than 36 inches from the ground, and another with a standard height spout (or a single "hi-lo" fountain)?
Yes _____
No _____

 

3. Are controls mounted on the front or on the side near the front edge, and operable with one closed fist?
Yes _____
No _____

 

4. Does the fountain protrude no more than 4 inches into the circulation space?
Yes _____
No _____

 

Telephones

5. If pay or public use phones are provided, is there clear floor space of at least 30 by 48 inches in front of at least one?
Yes _____
No _____

 

6. Is the highest operable part of the phone no higher than 48 inches (up to 54 inches if a side approach is possible)?
Yes _____
No _____

 

7. Does the phone protrude no more than 4 inches into the circulation space?
Yes _____
No _____

 

8. Does the phone have push-button controls?
Yes _____
No _____

 

9. Is the phone hearing aid compatible?
Yes _____
No _____

 

10. Is the phone adapted with volume control?
Yes _____
No _____

 

11. Is the phone with volume control identified with appropriate signage?
Yes _____
No _____

 

12. Is one of the phones equipped with a teletypewriter (TTY)?
Yes _____
No _____

 

13. Is the location of the TTY identified by accessible signage bearing the International TTY Symbol?
Yes _____
No _____