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Handicap Bathrooms

This page will give you a brief understanding of the requirements to meet the code of the ADA and Texas Accessibility Standards in Houston, Texas.


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ADA Standards for Accessible Design
8 PDH - In this course, the student will focus on ADA guidelines as they apply during the design, construction, and alteration of buildings and facilities as required by the regulations. This course is most relevant to engineers involved in the design or alteration of buildings and facilities as some states require a minimum number PDH credits on courses related to ADA, life safety codes, and building codes.

ADA Title II - Simplified
5 PDH - This course covers Subtitle A of Title II, which is intended to protect qualified individuals with disabilities from discrimination on the basis of disability in the services, programs, or activities of all State and local governments. This course does not address Subtitle B of Title II, which covers public transportation entities. This course is most relevant to engineers involved in the design or alteration of buildings and facilities.


ADA Standards for Accessible Design

This document sets guidelines for accessibility to places of public accommodation and commercial facilities by individuals with disabilities. These guidelines are to be applied during the design, construction, and alteration of such buildings and facilities to the extent required by regulations issued by Federal agencies, including the Department of Justice, under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.



Grab Bars and Handrails

Modifications to our surroundings will become necessary as we grow older and face the added challenges associated with living at home. Falls are the most common accident around the home and can be prevented by the use of handrails and safety bars to provide stability and the extra support required by the elderly and people with limited mobility.


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