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  • Access Audit Report

    ENSA HUTMENT

    MAHAPALIKA MARG,MUMBAI

    Prepared by: Svayam

    (An Initiative of S J Charitable Trust)Jindal Centre, 12 Bhikaji Cama Place

    New Delhi 11 0066Tel: 011-41462323

    E-mail: editor@svayam.comWebsite: www.svayam.com

    Under

    Accessible India CampaignMinistry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. of India

  • Preface

    The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities that came into

    force on 3rd May 2008 after its ratification by 20th nation (India being one of

    the first few signatories), National Policy on Disability- 2006 and The Persons

    with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights & Full

    Participation) Act 1995 all mandate an enabling and barrier free environment

    for persons with disabilities.

    Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, Ministry of Social

    Justice & Empowerment has launched Accessible India Campaign (Sugamya

    Bharat Abhiyan ), as a nation wide flagship campaign for achieving universal

    accessibility for persons with disabilities.

    In line with the above Action Plan, Dept. of Empowerment of PwD, has

    engaged Svayam as an Expert Agency to conduct Access Audits of 340 major

    Government Buildings in identified 8 Cities across nation and suggest cost

    effective solutions to make them accessible to persons with disabilities.

    This Access Audit Report documents the observations of the auditors on the

    existing level of accessibility at the site and suggests cost effective solutions

    to make it more accessible, and welcoming to all, irrespective of their age or

    abilities. The suggestions/recommendations have been indicated by a tick

    mark.

    June 2016

    New Delhi Team Svayam

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  • Building Summary

    ENSA HUTMENT MAHAPALIKA MARG,MUMBAI

    Building Type :Civic Services

    Building Use:

    Town Planning,Creating Ration

    cards & construction of buildings

    Date of Audit:07 June 2016

    Methodology:

    Audit conducted on the basis of:

    Checklist issued by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment.

    Measurement done on the site, based on the existing situation of the building.

    Pictures and videos made on the site as per the existing situation of the building.

    Notes prepared on the basis of the problems faced by the user group on site.

    Handbook on Barrier Free and Accessibility3

    Audit Team Members: Ar.Chandan Malik,Er.Piyush Garg,

    Audt.Amit Pahwa, Subash

  • Building Summary

    Building Overview:

    PHYSICAL ACCESSIBILITY PRIORITY FOR

    CREATING

    ACCESS

    SYMBOLS

    1. PARKING MODERATE

    2. ALIGHTING MODERATE

    3. ACCESSIBLE ROUTE LOW

    4. ACCESSIBLE ENTRANCE HIGH

    5. RECEPTION & LOBBY HIGHEST

    6. STAIRS HIGH

    7. RAMP HIGH

    8. HANDRAIL LOW

    9. LIFT HIGHEST

    10. CORRIDORS HIGH

    11. DOORS & DOORWAYS HIGH

    12. ACCESSIBLE TOILET HIGH

    13. CAFETERIA HIGH

    14. DRINKING WATER

    FACILITY

    HIGH

    15. SIGNAGE HIGH

    16. EMERGENCY EVACUATION HIGH 4

  • Building Summary

    Building Overview:

    Evaluation criteria is based on evaluating each element as per

    the rating recommendation in Standard II

    Evaluati

    on Rank

    Evaluation Criteria Symbols Priority for

    creating

    access

    1. Hazardous, Inaccessible and

    Unsatisfactory

    Highest

    2. Inaccessible and

    unsatisfactory

    High

    3. Unsatisfactory but

    acceptable

    Moderate

    4. Accessible and

    Acceptable - Access Code

    Compliant

    Low

    5. Accepted as a Best

    Practice in Accessibility

    Lowest

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  • Contents

    S.

    No.

    Subject

    1. Preface

    2. Approach and Main Gate

    3. Parking

    4. Entrance to the Building

    5. Reception

    6. Waiting Area & Corridorss

    7. Lifts

    8. Stairs & Ramps

    9. Drinking Water

    10. Cafeteria

    11 Toilets

    12. Emergency/ Disaster Preparedness

    13. Information & Communication

    14. Evaluation of the service

    15. Standard I (Design Guidelines for Tactile Paving)

    16. Standard II (Signage Specifications)

    17. Standard III (Accessible Parking Specifications)

    18. Standard IV (Ramp & Handrail Specifications)

    19. Standard V (Lift Specifications)

    18. Standard VI (Staircase Specifications)

    20. Standard VII (Accessible Toilet Specifications)

    21. Standard VIII (Reception Counters Specifications)

    22. Disclaimer6

  • External Environment Approach & Main Gate

    Main Entry (Gate No-1)

    Observations:

    The building is easily approachable and located on the main road. There are two entrance gates for access the building. Each entry is 5000mm wide. It is easily accessible to wheelchair

    users .

    There was no signage on above the gate or at side the building. Guard room not available at the entrance. There is no route map/ layout plan of the building. There is no tactile orientation for visually impaired visitors.

    `

    No Signage

    No Guard room

    No Layout map

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  • External Environment Approach & Main Gate :-

    Observation :

    Gate No. 2Sign Board Required

    Tactile required on pathway to building.

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  • External Environment Approach & Main Gate

    Suggestion :

    Gate No. 2Sign Board should be there

    Tactile could be install there

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  • External Environment Approach & Main Gate

    Suggestions: Guard room should be installed. There should be Sign Board above the main gate at proper height as

    indicated below.

    Tactile orientation for visually impaired visitors can be installed also can behanded over a braille map of the site.

    Handy Braille Paper Map can be provided to the blinds. Board with brails should be used for ease access to the blinds. Entrance leading to the main building gates. (Ref. Standard I for

    specifications)

    .

    `

    Guard window should be there

    with proper window Height

    Sign Board should be there

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  • External Environment Parking

    Observations: Parking is provided at both side along the drive way go to building campus. Accessible parking was not there. There are no appropriate signage of visitor parking. There no separate parking for two wheeler and cars.

    No dedicated parking there car park along with the buildings

    Signage was not

    easily visible

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  • External Environment Parking

    Suggestions: The signage of accessible parking should be displayed at the entry point

    itself and also at the site of earmarked spaces at a height of 2100 mm so as

    not to get obstructed by the parked vehicle.

    Signage should be in bold letters and good contrast. Car parking and two wheeler parking should be separate. We observe there was no enough space for accessible parking but they

    should provide accessible parking along with visitor parking.

    Parking signboard should

    be clear & in bold letters.

    CAR

    Parking

    Two Wheeler

    Parking

    12

  • External Environment Parking

    Suggestions:

    Consider assigning two earmarked spots for persons with disabilities with proper signage & aisle space and a leveled pathway leading from the parking

    to the building.

    13

    Parking for disables can be install just before the two wheeler parking and right

    side after the main gate entrance

  • Internal Environment Entrance

    Observations (Rationing Office ): There were following barracks in Ensa Hulment Building : Rationing, Town Planing & P.W.D. office and some private barracks like

    Rajiv gandhi Bhawan, BSP office etc.

    14

    Entrance is accessible but path is not smooth signage was missing every where.

    Hindrance in the way to the Rationing office.

  • Internal Environment Entrance

    Observations: (Town Planning Office )

    Entrance is not accessible signage was not clear.

    :

    15

  • Internal Environment Entrance

    Observations: (PWD Office )

    Entrance is not accessible, signage was not clear 16

  • Internal Environment Entrance

    Signboard should be there at Rationing office Entrance.

    Rationinig

    Office

    Office

    Ramp with handrails should be at entrance at town planning office

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    Suggestions:

    Signage should be there at entrance of building at appropriate height. Ramp should be there with hand rails.

  • Signage and ramp with handrails required at P.W.D. office at Entrance.

    P.W.D.

    Internal Environment Entrance

    18

    Suggestions:

    Signage should be there at entrance of building at appropriate height. Ramp should be there with hand rails.

  • Internal Environment Waiting Area & Corridors

    Observation (Rationing office):

    There was a open courtyard in rationing office. A application deposit window was exist there. Window was not accessible for wheel chair visitor due to putting the

    benches in the way.

    Suggestions:

    Benches are movable so they can be adjust at another place.

    Application form deposit window at Rationing office.

    Window is not accessible due to putting the benches in the way

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  • Internal Environment Waiting Area & Corridors :

    Observation (Town Planning ):

    No corridors are there except Town Planning building there was a small corrido

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