- A well designed ramp enables access to the entrance. The ramp has a reasonable gradient, with handrails provided. Where necessary, due to the ramp length, level landings are provided. The surface of the ramp is non slip.
- The ramp is wide enough to accommodate the majority of wheelchairs, including mobility scooters.
- The surface of the ramp(s) is slip resistant and suitable for all users
- Where there are multiple buildings/entrances suitable ramps are provided to the entrances.
- There is no edge protection on the ramp which is a hazard for people using wheelchairs or people using mobility equipment.
- Handrails are only provided on one side which is problematic if someone has limited strength on one side of their body.
- Some of the ramps are clearly lit for someone using them in a wheelchair or mobility equipment. Some of the ramps are poorly lit.
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