Shared pedestrian paths
Sports and recreation centres
Service platforms, roof service areas and fall edges
Warehouses and loading bays
DDA access ramps and stairs
Fire and access stairs
Schools and Universities
Safety railing for mezzanine
Hospitals and medical facilities
Public transport and sightseeing
Community and recreation centres
Excerpt from Australian Standard AS 1428.1:2021
Allow your blind or visually impaired pedestrians to navigate your site safely and securely.
We’ve included some key information from Australian Standard 1428.4:2009 and New Zealand Standard 4121:2001 to save you some time when you’re working to make your site compliant.
You can see at a glance where you need compliant railings and balustrades.
For compliant railings, kerbrails and balustrades compliance, the relevant sections you need from Australian Standard AS 1428.1:2021 are:
10.3 (e) Ramps
10.3 (i) Ramps and intermediate landings
12 (i) Handrails
From New Zealand Standard 4121:2001 are:
8.3 Stair Design
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The Assistrail range can be customised with Connectabal, whilst ensuring compliance with Australian and New Zealand Standards.
View projects where this custom combination has been installed:
Find out more about our customisation options. Get in touch with our expert team, call us on 1800 663 339 (Australia) or 0800 663 339 (New Zealand) or download our product brochure. We’re here to help, whether you need a quote, technical advice or tender support.