- A minimum of 5%, but never less than one, of ablution units should be designated and accessible to people with disabilities.
Roll under sink
- The sink should be able to roll under for wheelchair users
Grab rails by sink
- Two horizontal grab bars, one in each side of the sink, shall be mounted at height of 700-800mm.
- The support length should be equal to length of the sink.
- The approaching space should be clear or obstacles and at least 1200mm wide.
- Floor finishes within ablution spaces should be slip-resistant when wet, and should be anti-fungal and anti-bacterial.
- Rooms should be located beside an accessible route and close to the main entrance.
Easy to reach accessories
- A bidet shower system, soap and paper dispenser should be mounted near to the sink. All accessories of toilets, including bidet shower, should be mounted at the height of 700-1200mm.
- Built-in elements within ablution spaces, such as benches or seats, should be located on the same floor level as the circulation routes.
- Built-in elements should have no sharp edges and incorporate pronounced colour-contrast to differentiate them from the surrounding environment.
Easy to operate faucets
- Electronic or sensor faucets for automatic use are recommended.
- Manual faucets should be operable by using the elbow