SA Chapter | Thebarton | NCC Access Provisions Including AS1428 Series Adult Changing Facilities

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The Precinct Conference Centre | 6 CPD Points | Michael Small

About this Event - 18 September 2019

Given the recent adoption of the NCC 2019 on May 1 that now includes new provisions for accessible adult change facilities and ongoing consideration of changes to the accessibility requirements of the NCC and reference Australian Standards, a training session has been developed specifically for building surveyors, inspectors and design professionals. 

The training will be of value both to those new to the industry and those wishing to refresh or update their experience in the area of accessibility. The training will include, but not be limited to: 

  • The relationship between the NCC and Premises Standards
  • New access related provisions in the NCC 2019
  • Review of the access requirements of the NCC and Deemed-to-Satisfy referenced Australian Standards focussing on the functional use of buildings by people with disability
  • Use of Performance Solution approaches and the new verification methods focussing on Expert Judgements
  • Common interpretation and application issues that arise in relation to NCC and referenced Australian Standards
  • What is on the horizon? 
    • Work Standards Australia on new standards on wayfinding and fitout
    • Accessible housing 
    • Update on review of the Premises Standards and the work of the Expert Advisory Group

So, whether you are a building surveyor, inspector or a design professional, this training has been tailored for you.



About the Speaker:  Michael Small

Michael Small

 

 

Michael Small runs a consultancy business based in Hobart working with people with disability, businesses, government and the building sector to assist in making buildings and services more accessible.

Michael started working with people with disability in England in 1975 and when he came to Australia in 1987 worked in country NSW and then Sydney advocating for the rights of people with intellectual disability.

From 1993 to 2011 Michael worked at the Australian Human Rights Commission developing guidelines and standards to improve access to public transport, the internet, education, local government services, banking and the built environment.

Michael worked on the drafting of the Premises Standards as a member of the Building Access Policy Committee and various Standards Australia technical committees and produced a number of resources to assist building professionals implement access requirements.

Michael wrote the Guideline on the Application of the Premises Standards and in 2016 was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to study access compliance overseas.

Michael is a member of the Association of Consultants in Access Australia and sits on the Expert Advisory Group responsible for progressing recommendations from the first review of the Premises Standards. 



Pricing

Membership Type Price (All Prices Inclusive of GST)

AIBS Member

$300.00
Non Member $450.00
AIBS Student Member $225.00

 

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When
9/18/2019 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Where
The Precinct Conference Centre (Formerly BioSA Conference Centre) 2 Ann Nelson Drive Thebarton, SA 5031 AUSTRALIA

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