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DIN EN 17210:2019-06

DIN EN 17210:2019-06

Accessibility and usability of the built environment - Functional requirements; German and English version prEN 17210:2019 / Note: Date of issue 2019-05-03*Intended as replacement for DIN 18040-1 (2010-10, t), DIN 18040-2 (2011-09, t), DIN 18040-3 (2014-12, t).

/ Attention: Date de parution 2019-05-03*Prévu pour remplacer DIN 18040-1 (2010-10, t), DIN 18040-2 (2011-09, t), DIN 18040-3 (2014-12, t).

Barrierefreiheit und Nutzbarkeit der gebauten Umgebung - Funktionale Anforderungen; Deutsche und Englische Fassung prEN 17210:2019 / Achtung: Erscheinungsdatum 2019-05-03*Vorgesehen als Ersatz für DIN 18040-1 (2010-10, t), DIN 18040-2 (2011-09, t), DIN 18040-3 (2014-12, t).

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prEN 17210 (2019-04)

This European Standard (EN) describes basic, common minimum functional requirements and recommendations for an accessible and usable built environment, following the Design for All/Universal design principles . The standard specifies what is necessary to align with these principles which will facilitate equitable and safe use for a wide range of users.The requirements and recommendations are applicable to across the full spectrum of the built environment and can be used as criteria for awarding public contracts (in support of the Public Procurement Directives).These functional accessibility and usability requirements are specifically applicable to the design, construction, refurbishment or adaptation, and maintenance of public or public-use environments including external pedestrian and urban areas.NOTE 1 Design for All and Universal Design share a similar inclusive design philosophy. "Universal design" means the design of products, environments, programmes and services to be usable by all people, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design. "Universal design" shall not exclude assistive devices for particular groups of persons with disabilities where this is needed.NOTE 2 Terms such as "design for all", "universal design", "accessible design", "barrier-free design", "inclusive design" and "transgenerational design" are often used interchangeably with the same meaning.
Access, Accessibility, Accessible, Adapted designing for disabled persons, Alarm systems, Anti-slip, Audible, Buildings, Communication systems (buildings), Construction, Construction measures, Construction of accessible buildings, Constructions, Controls, Definitions, Design, Dimensioning, Dimensions, Disabled people, Doors, Environment, Equipment, Ergonomics, Finishes, Flats, Floor coverings, Floor place requirements, Footways, Gardens, Graphic symbols, Guidance systems, Habitable rooms, Handicapped people, Handicapped persons, Handling, Hoists, Housing, Information systems, Invalid chair users, Legibility, Lighting systems, Manipulating devices, Marking, Marking of roads, Meeting the requirements of wheel-chair users, Mobility, Mobility restricted, Movement areas, Obstacles, Old people, Orientation, Outdoor-type plant, Parking areas, People, Planning, Public buildings, Road construction, Roads, Sanitary facilities, Sanitary rooms, Sensory analysis, Seriously disabled persons, Signs, Slipping security, Space requirement, Specification (approval), Stairs, Streets, Structural works, Suitable for handicapped persons, Surfaces, Tactile, Technical installations, Traffic areas, Transport facilities (construction works), Visual, Walls, Wheel chair users, Wheelchairs
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