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Softcover ISBN: 978-1-897498-60-6 Formats Available: Downloadable PDF, Softcover
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Contains detailed illustrations and discussion of the Ontario Building Code requirements referenced in the AODA.

Barrier-Free Requirements

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Provides interpretation and over 80 diagrams of Section 3.8. provisions of the Ontario Building Code 2012 relating to the design and construction of the barrier-free components for a building. In addition, an overview of amending regulation 368/13 in effect January 1, 2015 is included as well as other relevant legislation.

 

Under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) 2001, the Government of Ontario is developing mandatory standards that will identify, remove, and prevent barriers for people with disabilities in key areas of daily living in the Government of Ontario, public organizations, large private sector organizations of 50 or more employees, and small private sector organizations.

The illustrated guide to Barrier-Free Requirements provides interpretation and over 80 diagrams for Parts 3, 9 and 11 provisions of the Ontario Building Code 2012* relating to the design and construction of the barrier-free components for a building as well as other legislation relevant to accessibility rights and requirements.

The information reflected in this Guide is primarily with respect to the minimum requirements in the Ontario Building Code for residential, industrial, commercial and institutional buildings applicable to Parts 3, 9 and 11 of the Building Code. It is not applicable to most housing types such as detached or semi-detached residential buildings.
 
Written by two building industry professionals with a combined Building Code experience of over fifty years, this book is an invaluable resource to builders, designers, people with disabilities, and their advocates.
 
*As amended by O. Reg. 368/13 with O. Reg. 191/14 Addendum.
 
Table of Contents
Preface
Administrative Requirements of the Ontario Building Code
Part 1: Explanations and Illustrations of the Building Code Barrier-Free Design Requirements
Part 2: Overview of Barrier-Free Requirements
Part 3: Other Relevant Legislation
Features
  • 354 pages, 7" x 9" softcover or downloadable PDF
  • Provides interpretation and over 80 diagrams
About the Author

Anthony Boyko is a Manager of Building Code Inspections with the Town of Markham. He has held the positions of building inspector, architectural plans examiner and project manager with a combined Building Code regulatory experience of over 25 years. Anthony has actively contributed to technical manuals produced by various governmental bodies and was a member of the executive committee for the Canadian Commission on Construction Materials Evaluation. He is an Architectural Technologist, Certified Engineering Technician, Certified Municipal Manager, CDECA Educator member and part-time college instructor. Anthony is provincially qualified as a supervisor/manager and designer.


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© Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2015.
This is an unofficial version of Government of Ontario legal materials.

Provides interpretation and over 80 diagrams of Section 3.8. provisions of the Ontario Building Code 2012 relating to the design and construction of the barrier-free components for a building. In addition, an overview of amending regulation 368/13 in effect January 1, 2015 is included as well as other relevant legislation.

 

Under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) 2001, the Government of Ontario is developing mandatory standards that will identify, remove, and prevent barriers for people with disabilities in key areas of daily living in the Government of Ontario, public organizations, large private sector organizations of 50 or more employees, and small private sector organizations.

The illustrated guide to Barrier-Free Requirements provides interpretation and over 80 diagrams for Parts 3, 9 and 11 provisions of the Ontario Building Code 2012* relating to the design and construction of the barrier-free components for a building as well as other legislation relevant to accessibility rights and requirements.

The information reflected in this Guide is primarily with respect to the minimum requirements in the Ontario Building Code for residential, industrial, commercial and institutional buildings applicable to Parts 3, 9 and 11 of the Building Code. It is not applicable to most housing types such as detached or semi-detached residential buildings.
 
Written by two building industry professionals with a combined Building Code experience of over fifty years, this book is an invaluable resource to builders, designers, people with disabilities, and their advocates.
 
*As amended by O. Reg. 368/13 with O. Reg. 191/14 Addendum.