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2. During the event

2.1 - Architecture and urban planning


2.1.1 Transport - Parking

2.1.2 Access: entrance and exit

2.1.3 Horizontal displacement

2.1.4 Vertical displacement

2.1.5 Service areas 

2.1.6 Event activity spaces

2.1.7 Toilets, coatrooms, dressing rooms

2.1.8 Accessible fixtures

2.1.9 Security

2.2- Services

2.3 - Communications


UNIversAL ACCESSIBILITY TO PUBLIC EVENTS

Evaluation chart




2. During the event

Event: ______________________________________________________________

Location of the event: __________________________________________________

Date(s) of the event: ___________________________________________________

Indoor event: __________________ Outdoor event: ________________________

Names of evaluators: __________________________________________________


2.1 – Architecture and urban planning



(Concern indoors and outdoors installations)


2.1.1 Transport – Parking

Yes

no

n/a

n/o

  1. The location’s civic number is clearly indicated on each entrance; it is visible from the street both during the day and at night













  1. The site is accessible by mass transit













  1. The mass transit schedule and map are posted













  1. If the site is far from mass transit stops, there is a shuttle service













  1. The site is accessible by paratransit













  1. A designated paratransit passenger drop-off area is agreed upon with the mass transit company













  1. The passenger drop-off area is close to the accessible entrance













  1. The passenger drop-off area is close to a pay telephone













  1. The passenger drop-off area is close to shelter













  1. The passenger drop-off is close to a bench
















2.1.1 Transport – Parking

Yes

no

n/a

n/o

  1. The passenger drop-off area is close to toilets that are accessible to persons with limited mobility













  1. Paratransit is provided if the event takes place at multiple sites













  1. There are one or several reserved parking spaces in the regular parking lots













  1. The reserved parking spaces are close to the entrance













  1. Ice and snow have been removed from the walkway and entrance, if necessary













  1. Surfaces are hard and flat, suitable for persons using wheelchairs or walkers: rock dust, asphalt













  1. Lighting is adequate both in the daytime and at night












Comments: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________



2.1.2 Access: entrance and exit (check each entrance and exit of a location, space or room; fill out a form for each one)

yes

no

n/a

n/o

Identification of the access point:














  1. It is a priority that the entire population use the main entrance
















  1. If the main entrance cannot be made accessible, another accessible entrance is provided for persons with a disability, and it is clearly marked
















  1. The accessible entrance is marked with a pictogram of a person in a wheelchair on a blue background (see Appendix B)
















  1. Where necessary, there is a ramp which has:

  • a gentle incline

  • a raised edge on either side

  • a handrail

  • room to stop at the top and bottom of the ramp

  • a larger space between the end of the ramp and the door, if a door must open toward the ramp

  • a maximum length of 9m (30ft.)

  • a landing that allows a complete stop if the access ramp is long

  • a non-skid surface

  • a contrasting band indicating the top and bottom of the access ramp

  • adequate width to accomodate a wheelchar
















  1. Doors open automatically with the push of a button or motion activation
















  1. The height difference between doorsills and floors is minimal
















2.1.2 Access: entrance and exit

yes

no

n/a

n/o

  1. Changes between surface levels are moderate and are covered to facilitate access













  1. When there is a specific type of entrance (turnstiles, gates), there is another access point to facilitate entry for persons with limited mobility













  1. Reception areas are close to the site entrance













  1. If persons with a disability must use a different exit from other clients, this exit meets the previously stated accessibility criteria:

    • signage

    • access ramp

    • push buttons

    • doorsills

    • lighting

    • sidewalks

    • passenger drop-off area

    • civic number

    • snow removal, when necessary












Comments: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________





2.1.3 Horizontal displacement (to checkthroughout the entire installation)

yes

no

n/a

n/o

  1. There is a footpath from one site to another













  1. The walkways are wide enough to allow a person in a wheelchair or scooter to pass another person













  1. If there are paths, their surface is smooth and hard













  1. The ground surface is non-skid
















2.1.3 Horizontal displacement (to check throughout the entire installation)

yes

no

n/a

n/o

  1. Every obstacle on the ground (e.g.: railway track) is covered by a carpet













  1. The pedestrian walkway from one site to another is well marked (groove in the soil, demarcation by different textures)













  1. If there are sidewalks, they are wide enough and of uniform height, with curb cuts at intersections













  1. There are one or more benches, seats or chairs at regular intervals along the way and in waiting areas













  1. Routes are not barred by any obstacles













  1. Wires are firmly attached to the ground with adhesive tape or covered with a cable cover in a contrasting colour













  1. Obstacles on walls or above ground (e.g.: drinking fountain, bottom step) are protected (e.g.: by a barrier) or indicated by a tactile marker on the ground













  1. Litter is regularly removed from the ground













  1. Any obstacle on the pedestrian path is removed quickly













  1. The pedestrian paths are safe












Comments : _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________





2.1.4 Vertical displacement (fill out a form for each vertical displacement)

yes

no

n/a

n/o

  1. There are one or several public elevators if the activity takes place upstairs













  1. There is a telephone in the elevator













  1. The telephone can be reached by a seated person













  1. There is a handrail inside the elevator
















2.1.4 Vertical displacement (fill out a form for each vertical displacement)

yes

no

n/a

n/o

  1. The elevator compartment is big enough for a person in a wheelchair to enter and turn around













  1. The elevator’s interior control panel can be reached by a seated person













  1. The controls are also in Braille













  1. The elevator has a light indicating floor number













  1. The elevator has an audible signal indicating floor number













  1. The security system has a sound signal













  1. The security system has a visual signal













  1. Stair steps and level changes are indicated by a tactile strip in a contrasting colour












Comments: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________





2.1.5 Service areas: Reception, information, souvenir, display and food or other stations, stands, kiosks (check all service areas, fill out a form for each one)

yes

no

n/a

n/o

Identification of the service area:













  1. The service area is easy to find













  1. The service area is easily accessible













  1. The service area is well illuminated













  1. Part of the service area counter is low enough for a seated person to reach it













  1. The space below the counters in the service area is open to allow room for the legs of a person in a wheelchair
















2.1.5 Service areas

yes

no

n/a

n/o

  1. If the service area is not accessible and there are forms to fill out, a clipboard is available to those in wheelchairs













  1. The self-service display cases are low enough to be accessible to all













  1. Seating is available in the service area












Comments: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________




2.1.6 Event activity spaces - platforms, offices, performance halls, conference rooms (fill out a form for each activity space)

yes

no

n/a

n/o

Identification of the activity space:













  1. There are designated spaces for spectators in wheelchairs













  1. There are designated spaces for companions of persons with disabilities













  1. There is ramp access to the stage













  1. Visual indicators (markers in contrasting colour and texture) line the edges of the stage













  1. There is unimpeded access to the microphone













  1. Microphone height can be adjusted easily













  1. Space close to the speaker is provided for interpreters













  1. Space reserved for interpreters is well illuminated and close to persons with a hearing impairment













  1. There are seats or benches













  1. All interactive activities or objects requiring manipulation are accessible in terms of height, required strength, comprehension, and sensory perception.












Comments: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________





2.1.7 Toilets, coatrooms, dressing rooms

yes

no

n/a

n/o

  1. There is a handicapped-access washroom (large enough to allow a person in a wheelchair to turn, with adapted toilet and support bar)













  1. Areas beneath washbasins are unobstructed, and washbasins are low enough to be reached by those in wheelchairs













  1. Hand dryers and soap dispensers are low enough to be reached by those in wheelchairs













  1. Chairs are available













  1. The coatroom has coat hooks at different heights













  1. The coatroom has a counter with a lower section













  1. There is a clean, safe place with at least a bed, table, chair and washbasin to:

    • take medication and rest

    • change diapers

    • withdraw in an emergency (epilepsy, hypoglycemia, etc.)












Comments: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________




2.1.8 Accessible fixtures

yes

no

n/a

n/o

  1. There are one or several public telephones

    • The coin slot, dial and receiver can be reached by a seated person

    • There is an audio enhancement system for persons with a hearing impairment

    • Telephones are conveniently located (parking lok, entrance, paratransit passenger drop-off areas, at the bottom of stairways, at the reception)













2.1.8 Accessible fixtures

yes

no

n/a

n/o

  1. There are one or several vending machines for drinks, snacks, etc., with buttons accommodating persons with a disability













  1. There are one or several water fountains with space beneath them and at a height allowing wheelchair access













  1. There is an appropriately surfaced pathway to the picnic tables













  1. There are one or several picnic tables that can accommodate wheelchairs












Comments: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________





2.1.9 Security

yes

no

n/a

n/o

  1. There are visual cues on glass surfaces













  1. Signage allows everyone to follow safety rules (the signage can be understood by people who cannot read or who cannot see)













  1. Lighting is adequate in the daytime and at night













  1. Dark areas are adequately lit













  1. The alarm system is both audible and visual













  1. There is an evacuation plan that can be read and understood by everyone (the plan is accessible to a person in a wheelchair, or those who do not read or cannot see)













  1. There is an emergency exit that is accessible and wide enough (on the ground floor and upstairs) or a safe waiting area for persons with a disability












Comments: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________



2.2 – Services


2.2.1 Services

yes

no

n/a

n/o

  1. If there is general seating, advance admission is allowed for persons with disabilities













  1. Particular consideration is given to wait times for persons with a disability













  1. Expedited admission is provided for persons with disabilities













  1. A reserved space is provided for optimal function of hearing aids and vibration sources (close to walls, close to the stage, in the hearing aid use area)













  1. Companion service is provided













  1. Wheelchair loans are available













  1. There is a hearing assistance system













  1. Water is available for companion dogs and guide dogs













  1. Staff is available to help clients in self-serve situations













  1. Information for persons with disabilities is available through an information line, at kiosks or from security personnel, etc.













  1. Ice and snow are removed from the walkway and entrance, if necessary













  1. Starting time for the event is respected













  1. Finishing time for the event is respected












Comments: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________



2.3 – Communications


2.3 Communications

yes

no

n/a

n/o

  1. Availability of parking spaces for holders of parking permits is publicized













  1. Signage is clear and simple, in contrasting colours and large print, and easy to find













  1. Announcements are made visibly and audibly













  1. There is an audiovisual presentation of the schedule of the main activities













  1. Visual support is provided during audio presentations













  1. Audio description is provided during visual presentations













  1. Audiovisual presentations have subtitles













  1. The Tourist and Leisure Companion Sticker (T.L.C.S.) program sticker is displayed (see Appendices B)












Comments: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


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