Breadcrumbs

Borderless Productions

Contact Information

Borderless Productions
Level 4, 5 High Street, Auckland
-36.846959,174.766754
Phone: 09 302 3103
Fax: Not available
www.borderlessproductions.com

Accessibility Report

Summary

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Borderless Productions is a small team of talented individuals with a strong passion for social change. They are totally committed to accessibility and play a huge role in running the Be. Accessible Campaign. With the office being in an old building in Auckland's CBD, there are constraints within the architecture and design of their office. However, they are fully adaptable to their customers, and will always do their best to accommodate all people where they can.

View the full accessibility report for Borderless Productions.

Ratings by Access Group

The Be. Welcome Assessment rates the accessibility of the organisation in each of the following 5 access groups, as well as providing an overall rating:

Overall Rating
Bronze 63%
Vision
Bronze 63%
Hearing
Bronze 63%
Mobility
Bronze 66%
Parents
Bronze 66%
Learning & Intellectual
Bronze 62%

Vision

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These are the features that the business provides to create a positive accessible experience for customers or visitors with a vision impairment.

  • Getting ready to go:

    • The website:

      • www.borderlessproductions.com
      • The Borderless Productions website is clear and easy to navigate through, with good contrasting colour.
  • Arriving and Getting In:

    • Bus Stop:

      • There is seating at the bus stop and shelter is provided under the canopy of the Doloitte Centre which is right behind the seats.
      • The bus stop is located on 80 Queen Street.
      • The bus stop number is 7048.
      • The bus route is within the CBD Fare Zone.
      • There is seating and shelter at the bus stop.
    • Car parking:

      • The car parking is not under control of the business, however there are two accessible car parks at 12 Shortland Street, outside "The North Face" shop. This is about 70 metres from 5 High Street. The closest Car Park building is the Victoria Street Car park located at 30 Kitchener Street, 350 metres from 5 High Street.
    • Drop off/pick up zone:

      • There is no drop off/pick up zone under the control of the business or anywhere close by to 5 High Street. However the best place to get dropped off would be at the accessible car parks at 12 Shortland Street where there are two accessible car parks with kerb ramps, then cross the street at the bottom of Shortland Street which is only a few meters behind the accessible car parks.
    • Kerb Side:

      • There are no kerb ramps, and the kerb is quite high. The best place to be dropped off would be on 12 Shortland street where there are two accessible car parks with kerb ramps, then cross the street at the bottom of Shortland Street which is only a few meters behind the accessible car parks.
    • The identified accessible route to the site:

      • High Street is a narrow, busy, one way street which can make access a little more difficult for those who have mobility and visual impairments. The side walk is narrow, but relatively flat. Care needs to be taken if using a mobility device.
      • The width of the accessible route to the site is less than 1200mm.
      • There are no tactile indicators installed to help navigate to the main entrance.
    • The main entrance into the site:

      • The main entrance into the building, is about 900mm wide and is on a slight incline.
    • Main entrance signage:

      • There is a large number 5 outside the building which is easily visable when approaching the building. There is no Borderless signage on the outside of the building. Inside, there is a sign situated on the left wall at the entrance of the building, however it is not visible for those with a visual impairment as the writing is black on clear glass. When entering the office on Level 4, go ahead slightly to the left and look for the glass door with a silver B in large print, that's the Borderless office.
    • Main entrance doorways (this includes gates and turnstiles)

      • There are two doors customers will enter through, the main entrance door into the building which tends to always be open during the day and the door into the Borderless office on Level 4. The door going into the Borderless office is glass, and could be difficult for those with a physical impairment or with limited strength, to enter through as it is heavy, but not impossible. Once off the lift, you will find the door ahead, slightly to the left with a silver B logo on the front.
      • The main entrance blends in with its surroundings.
      • The door swing allows for less than 1200mm clear space.
  • Getting around within the site:

    • Customer Service:

      • The team at Borderless are very friendly, helpful people who would go out of their way to assist anyone in need. While they haven't had any formal training in accessibility, they have had lots of experience dealing with the access customer and the team had a taster class with Deaf Aotearoa last year where they learnt some basic NZSL.
      • There are staff available to help with any access enquiries.
      • All support animals are welcomed on premises (e.g. guide, hearing or mobility dogs etc).
    • The identified accessible route within the site:

      • The Borderless office is a light, large open space, void of clutter and has a really warm and inviting atmosphere.
      • The accessible route within the site has a minimum width of 1200mm.
      • Any permanently fixed objects are detectable by a person using a cane.
      • You can access all facilities and services within from this accessible route.
      • Lighting levels on this accessible route offer good visibility and viewing.
      • The layout suggests a welcoming physical environment (e.g. mobile floor stands provide unimpeded travel, or outdoor environment surfaces are well maintained).
    • Signage within the site:

      • There is no signage indicating where the lift is, but it is straight ahead on the right hand wall when entering the main entrance.
    • Sensory options:

      • The Borderless office is a large, light room, with polished wooden floors, big windows and makes you feel relaxed and welcome. There are no tactile markings or braille in the office.
    • Surfaces:

      • The floor surface of the office are wooden floor boards, which are flat and slip resistant.
      • The floor surface covering is plain and clear.
      • Tactile indicators are not installed on the accessible route
    • Lifts:

      • The lift is small with the door opening 800mm, and the internal dimensions are 1000mmx1000mm.
      • All controls (i.e. landing controls, alarm and emergency telephone) are located within a reachable range.
    • Stairs or Steps:

      • The staircase leading up to level 4, is old and wooden, however very solid and sturdy. There is plenty of width, and a wooden handrail to the right handside. The handrail ends with a carved wooden post at each landing.
      • There is a handrail located on at least one or both sides of the stairs.
    • Accessible Toilets:

      • There are no accessible toilets on site, however the closest public accessible toilets are about 100 metres away, on the bottom of Wyndham street (where Wyndham & Queen Street meet) right beside Kathmandu.
  • Getting out safely:

      • The emergency exit is down a flight of stairs, however there is no evacuation chair.
      • Emergency exits are not completely accessible or hazard free.
      • There are audible fire alerting devices.
      • Assembly areas (e.g. evacuation point) are on the accessible route.

Hearing

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These are the features that the business provides to create a positive accessible experience for customers or visitors who are Deaf or have a hearing impairment.

  • Getting ready to go:

    • The website:

      • www.borderlessproductions.com
      • The Borderless Productions website is clear and easy to navigate through, with good contrasting colour.
  • Arriving and Getting In:

    • Bus Stop:

      • There is seating at the bus stop and shelter is provided under the canopy of the Doloitte Centre which is right behind the seats.
      • The bus stop is located on 80 Queen Street.
      • The bus stop number is 7048.
      • The bus route is within the CBD Fare Zone.
      • There is seating and shelter at the bus stop.
    • Car parking:

      • The car parking is not under control of the business, however there are two accessible car parks at 12 Shortland Street, outside "The North Face" shop. This is about 70 metres from 5 High Street. The closest Car Park building is the Victoria Street Car park located at 30 Kitchener Street, 350 metres from 5 High Street.
    • Drop off/pick up zone:

      • There is no drop off/pick up zone under the control of the business or anywhere close by to 5 High Street. However the best place to get dropped off would be at the accessible car parks at 12 Shortland Street where there are two accessible car parks with kerb ramps, then cross the street at the bottom of Shortland Street which is only a few meters behind the accessible car parks.
    • Kerb Side:

      • There are no kerb ramps, and the kerb is quite high. The best place to be dropped off would be on 12 Shortland street where there are two accessible car parks with kerb ramps, then cross the street at the bottom of Shortland Street which is only a few meters behind the accessible car parks.
    • The identified accessible route to the site:

      • High Street is a narrow, busy, one way street which can make access a little more difficult for those who have mobility and visual impairments. The side walk is narrow, but relatively flat. Care needs to be taken if using a mobility device.
    • The main entrance into the site:

      • The main entrance into the building, is about 900mm wide and is on a slight incline.
    • Main entrance signage:

      • There is a large number 5 outside the building which is easily visable when approaching the building. There is no Borderless signage on the outside of the building. Inside, there is a sign situated on the left wall at the entrance of the building, however it is not visible for those with a visual impairment as the writing is black on clear glass. When entering the office on Level 4, go ahead slightly to the left and look for the glass door with a silver B in large print, that's the Borderless office.
    • Main entrance doorways (this includes gates and turnstiles)

      • There are two doors customers will enter through, the main entrance door into the building which tends to always be open during the day and the door into the Borderless office on Level 4. The door going into the Borderless office is glass, and could be difficult for those with a physical impairment or with limited strength, to enter through as it is heavy, but not impossible. Once off the lift, you will find the door ahead, slightly to the left with a silver B logo on the front.
  • Getting around within the site:

    • Customer Service:

      • The team at Borderless are very friendly, helpful people who would go out of their way to assist anyone in need. While they haven't had any formal training in accessibility, they have had lots of experience dealing with the access customer and the team had a taster class with Deaf Aotearoa last year where they learnt some basic NZSL.
      • There are staff available to help with any access enquiries.
      • All support animals are welcomed on premises (e.g. guide, hearing or mobility dogs etc).
    • Communicating Accessibly:

      • Information can be sent out via email.
    • The identified accessible route within the site:

      • The Borderless office is a light, large open space, void of clutter and has a really warm and inviting atmosphere.
      • The accessible route within the site has a minimum width of 1200mm.
      • You can access all facilities and services within from this accessible route.
      • Lighting levels on this accessible route offer good visibility and viewing.
      • The layout suggests a welcoming physical environment (e.g. mobile floor stands provide unimpeded travel, or outdoor environment surfaces are well maintained).
    • Signage within the site:

      • There is no signage indicating where the lift is, but it is straight ahead on the right hand wall when entering the main entrance.
    • Sensory options:

      • The Borderless office is a large, light room, with polished wooden floors, big windows and makes you feel relaxed and welcome. There are no tactile markings or braille in the office.
    • Surfaces:

      • The floor surface of the office are wooden floor boards, which are flat and slip resistant.
    • Lifts:

      • The lift is small with the door opening 800mm, and the internal dimensions are 1000mmx1000mm.
      • All controls (i.e. landing controls, alarm and emergency telephone) are located within a reachable range.
    • Stairs or Steps:

      • The staircase leading up to level 4, is old and wooden, however very solid and sturdy. There is plenty of width, and a wooden handrail to the right handside. The handrail ends with a carved wooden post at each landing.
      • There is a handrail located on at least one or both sides of the stairs.
    • Accessible Toilets:

      • There are no accessible toilets on site, however the closest public accessible toilets are about 100 metres away, on the bottom of Wyndham street (where Wyndham & Queen Street meet) right beside Kathmandu.
  • Getting out safely:

      • The emergency exit is down a flight of stairs, however there is no evacuation chair.
      • Emergency exits are not completely accessible or hazard free.
      • There are audible fire alerting devices.
      • Assembly areas (e.g. evacuation point) are on the accessible route.

Mobility

Bronze

These are the features that the business provides to create a positive accessible experience for customers or visitors with a mobility impairment.

  • Getting ready to go:

    • The website:

      • www.borderlessproductions.com
      • The Borderless Productions website is clear and easy to navigate through, with good contrasting colour.
  • Arriving and Getting In:

    • Bus Stop:

      • There is seating at the bus stop and shelter is provided under the canopy of the Doloitte Centre which is right behind the seats.
      • The bus stop is located on 80 Queen Street.
      • The bus stop number is 7048.
      • The bus route is within the CBD Fare Zone.
      • There is seating and shelter at the bus stop.
    • Car parking:

      • The car parking is not under control of the business, however there are two accessible car parks at 12 Shortland Street, outside "The North Face" shop. This is about 70 metres from 5 High Street. The closest Car Park building is the Victoria Street Car park located at 30 Kitchener Street, 350 metres from 5 High Street.
    • Drop off/pick up zone:

      • There is no drop off/pick up zone under the control of the business or anywhere close by to 5 High Street. However the best place to get dropped off would be at the accessible car parks at 12 Shortland Street where there are two accessible car parks with kerb ramps, then cross the street at the bottom of Shortland Street which is only a few meters behind the accessible car parks.
    • Kerb Side:

      • There are no kerb ramps, and the kerb is quite high. The best place to be dropped off would be on 12 Shortland street where there are two accessible car parks with kerb ramps, then cross the street at the bottom of Shortland Street which is only a few meters behind the accessible car parks.
    • The identified accessible route to the site:

      • High Street is a narrow, busy, one way street which can make access a little more difficult for those who have mobility and visual impairments. The side walk is narrow, but relatively flat. Care needs to be taken if using a mobility device.
      • The width of the accessible route to the site is less than 1200mm.
    • The main entrance into the site:

      • The main entrance into the building, is about 900mm wide and is on a slight incline.
    • Main entrance signage:

      • There is a large number 5 outside the building which is easily visable when approaching the building. There is no Borderless signage on the outside of the building. Inside, there is a sign situated on the left wall at the entrance of the building, however it is not visible for those with a visual impairment as the writing is black on clear glass. When entering the office on Level 4, go ahead slightly to the left and look for the glass door with a silver B in large print, that's the Borderless office.
    • Main entrance doorways (this includes gates and turnstiles)

      • There are two doors customers will enter through, the main entrance door into the building which tends to always be open during the day and the door into the Borderless office on Level 4. The door going into the Borderless office is glass, and could be difficult for those with a physical impairment or with limited strength, to enter through as it is heavy, but not impossible. Once off the lift, you will find the door ahead, slightly to the left with a silver B logo on the front.
      • Single swing doors have a minimum width of 760mm.
      • The door swing allows for less than 1200mm clear space.
  • Getting around within the site:

    • Customer Service:

      • The team at Borderless are very friendly, helpful people who would go out of their way to assist anyone in need. While they haven't had any formal training in accessibility, they have had lots of experience dealing with the access customer and the team had a taster class with Deaf Aotearoa last year where they learnt some basic NZSL.
      • There are staff available to help with any access enquiries.
      • All support animals are welcomed on premises (e.g. guide, hearing or mobility dogs etc).
    • The identified accessible route within the site:

      • The Borderless office is a light, large open space, void of clutter and has a really warm and inviting atmosphere.
      • The accessible route within the site has a minimum width of 1200mm.
      • You can access all facilities and services within from this accessible route.
      • Lighting levels on this accessible route offer good visibility and viewing.
      • The layout suggests a welcoming physical environment (e.g. mobile floor stands provide unimpeded travel, or outdoor environment surfaces are well maintained).
    • Signage within the site:

      • There is no signage indicating where the lift is, but it is straight ahead on the right hand wall when entering the main entrance.
    • Sensory options:

      • The Borderless office is a large, light room, with polished wooden floors, big windows and makes you feel relaxed and welcome. There are no tactile markings or braille in the office.
    • Surfaces:

      • The floor surface of the office are wooden floor boards, which are flat and slip resistant.
    • Lifts:

      • The lift is small with the door opening 800mm, and the internal dimensions are 1000mmx1000mm.
      • All controls (i.e. landing controls, alarm and emergency telephone) are located within a reachable range.
    • Stairs or Steps:

      • The staircase leading up to level 4, is old and wooden, however very solid and sturdy. There is plenty of width, and a wooden handrail to the right handside. The handrail ends with a carved wooden post at each landing.
      • There is a handrail located on at least one or both sides of the stairs.
    • Accessible Toilets:

      • There are no accessible toilets on site, however the closest public accessible toilets are about 100 metres away, on the bottom of Wyndham street (where Wyndham & Queen Street meet) right beside Kathmandu.
  • Getting out safely:

      • The emergency exit is down a flight of stairs, however there is no evacuation chair.
      • Emergency exits are not completely accessible or hazard free.
      • There are audible fire alerting devices.
      • Assembly areas (e.g. evacuation point) are on the accessible route.

Parents

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These are the features that the business provides to create a positive accessible experience for customers or visitors with young children.

  • Getting ready to go:

    • The website:

      • www.borderlessproductions.com
      • The Borderless Productions website is clear and easy to navigate through, with good contrasting colour.
  • Arriving and Getting In:

    • Bus Stop:

      • There is seating at the bus stop and shelter is provided under the canopy of the Doloitte Centre which is right behind the seats.
      • The bus stop is located on 80 Queen Street.
      • The bus stop number is 7048.
      • The bus route is within the CBD Fare Zone.
      • There is seating and shelter at the bus stop.
    • Car parking:

      • The car parking is not under control of the business, however there are two accessible car parks at 12 Shortland Street, outside "The North Face" shop. This is about 70 metres from 5 High Street. The closest Car Park building is the Victoria Street Car park located at 30 Kitchener Street, 350 metres from 5 High Street.
    • Drop off/pick up zone:

      • There is no drop off/pick up zone under the control of the business or anywhere close by to 5 High Street. However the best place to get dropped off would be at the accessible car parks at 12 Shortland Street where there are two accessible car parks with kerb ramps, then cross the street at the bottom of Shortland Street which is only a few meters behind the accessible car parks.
    • Kerb Side:

      • There are no kerb ramps, and the kerb is quite high. The best place to be dropped off would be on 12 Shortland street where there are two accessible car parks with kerb ramps, then cross the street at the bottom of Shortland Street which is only a few meters behind the accessible car parks.
    • The identified accessible route to the site:

      • High Street is a narrow, busy, one way street which can make access a little more difficult for those who have mobility and visual impairments. The side walk is narrow, but relatively flat. Care needs to be taken if using a mobility device.
    • The main entrance into the site:

      • The main entrance into the building, is about 900mm wide and is on a slight incline.
    • Main entrance signage:

      • There is a large number 5 outside the building which is easily visable when approaching the building. There is no Borderless signage on the outside of the building. Inside, there is a sign situated on the left wall at the entrance of the building, however it is not visible for those with a visual impairment as the writing is black on clear glass. When entering the office on Level 4, go ahead slightly to the left and look for the glass door with a silver B in large print, that's the Borderless office.
    • Main entrance doorways (this includes gates and turnstiles)

      • There are two doors customers will enter through, the main entrance door into the building which tends to always be open during the day and the door into the Borderless office on Level 4. The door going into the Borderless office is glass, and could be difficult for those with a physical impairment or with limited strength, to enter through as it is heavy, but not impossible. Once off the lift, you will find the door ahead, slightly to the left with a silver B logo on the front.
      • Single swing doors have a minimum width of 760mm.
      • The door swing allows for less than 1200mm clear space.
  • Getting around within the site:

    • Customer Service:

      • The team at Borderless are very friendly, helpful people who would go out of their way to assist anyone in need. While they haven't had any formal training in accessibility, they have had lots of experience dealing with the access customer and the team had a taster class with Deaf Aotearoa last year where they learnt some basic NZSL.
      • There are staff available to help with any access enquiries.
      • All support animals are welcomed on premises (e.g. guide, hearing or mobility dogs etc).
    • The identified accessible route within the site:

      • The Borderless office is a light, large open space, void of clutter and has a really warm and inviting atmosphere.
      • The accessible route within the site has a minimum width of 1200mm.
      • You can access all facilities and services within from this accessible route.
      • Lighting levels on this accessible route offer good visibility and viewing.
      • The layout suggests a welcoming physical environment (e.g. mobile floor stands provide unimpeded travel, or outdoor environment surfaces are well maintained).
    • Signage within the site:

      • There is no signage indicating where the lift is, but it is straight ahead on the right hand wall when entering the main entrance.
    • Sensory options:

      • The Borderless office is a large, light room, with polished wooden floors, big windows and makes you feel relaxed and welcome. There are no tactile markings or braille in the office.
    • Surfaces:

      • The floor surface of the office are wooden floor boards, which are flat and slip resistant.
    • Lifts:

      • The lift is small with the door opening 800mm, and the internal dimensions are 1000mmx1000mm.
      • All controls (i.e. landing controls, alarm and emergency telephone) are located within a reachable range.
    • Stairs or Steps:

      • The staircase leading up to level 4, is old and wooden, however very solid and sturdy. There is plenty of width, and a wooden handrail to the right handside. The handrail ends with a carved wooden post at each landing.
      • There is a handrail located on at least one or both sides of the stairs.
    • Accessible Toilets:

      • There are no accessible toilets on site, however the closest public accessible toilets are about 100 metres away, on the bottom of Wyndham street (where Wyndham & Queen Street meet) right beside Kathmandu.
  • Getting out safely:

      • The emergency exit is down a flight of stairs, however there is no evacuation chair.
      • Emergency exits are not completely accessible or hazard free.
      • There are audible fire alerting devices.
      • Assembly areas (e.g. evacuation point) are on the accessible route.

Learning & Intellectual

Bronze

These are the features that the business provides to create a positive accessible experience for customers or visitors with a learning or intellectual impairment.

  • Getting ready to go:

    • The website:

      • www.borderlessproductions.com
      • The Borderless Productions website is clear and easy to navigate through, with good contrasting colour.
  • Arriving and Getting In:

    • Bus Stop:

      • There is seating at the bus stop and shelter is provided under the canopy of the Doloitte Centre which is right behind the seats.
      • The bus stop is located on 80 Queen Street.
      • The bus stop number is 7048.
      • The bus route is within the CBD Fare Zone.
      • There is seating and shelter at the bus stop.
    • Car parking:

      • The car parking is not under control of the business, however there are two accessible car parks at 12 Shortland Street, outside "The North Face" shop. This is about 70 metres from 5 High Street. The closest Car Park building is the Victoria Street Car park located at 30 Kitchener Street, 350 metres from 5 High Street.
    • Drop off/pick up zone:

      • There is no drop off/pick up zone under the control of the business or anywhere close by to 5 High Street. However the best place to get dropped off would be at the accessible car parks at 12 Shortland Street where there are two accessible car parks with kerb ramps, then cross the street at the bottom of Shortland Street which is only a few meters behind the accessible car parks.
    • Kerb Side:

      • There are no kerb ramps, and the kerb is quite high. The best place to be dropped off would be on 12 Shortland street where there are two accessible car parks with kerb ramps, then cross the street at the bottom of Shortland Street which is only a few meters behind the accessible car parks.
    • The identified accessible route to the site:

      • High Street is a narrow, busy, one way street which can make access a little more difficult for those who have mobility and visual impairments. The side walk is narrow, but relatively flat. Care needs to be taken if using a mobility device.
      • The width of the accessible route to the site is less than 1200mm.
    • The main entrance into the site:

      • The main entrance into the building, is about 900mm wide and is on a slight incline.
    • Main entrance signage:

      • There is a large number 5 outside the building which is easily visable when approaching the building. There is no Borderless signage on the outside of the building. Inside, there is a sign situated on the left wall at the entrance of the building, however it is not visible for those with a visual impairment as the writing is black on clear glass. When entering the office on Level 4, go ahead slightly to the left and look for the glass door with a silver B in large print, that's the Borderless office.
    • Main entrance doorways (this includes gates and turnstiles)

      • There are two doors customers will enter through, the main entrance door into the building which tends to always be open during the day and the door into the Borderless office on Level 4. The door going into the Borderless office is glass, and could be difficult for those with a physical impairment or with limited strength, to enter through as it is heavy, but not impossible. Once off the lift, you will find the door ahead, slightly to the left with a silver B logo on the front.
      • The main entrance blends in with its surroundings.
      • The door swing allows for less than 1200mm clear space.
  • Getting around within the site:

    • Customer Service:

      • The team at Borderless are very friendly, helpful people who would go out of their way to assist anyone in need. While they haven't had any formal training in accessibility, they have had lots of experience dealing with the access customer and the team had a taster class with Deaf Aotearoa last year where they learnt some basic NZSL.
      • There are staff available to help with any access enquiries.
      • All support animals are welcomed on premises (e.g. guide, hearing or mobility dogs etc).
    • The identified accessible route within the site:

      • The Borderless office is a light, large open space, void of clutter and has a really warm and inviting atmosphere.
      • The accessible route within the site has a minimum width of 1200mm.
      • You can access all facilities and services within from this accessible route.
      • Lighting levels on this accessible route offer good visibility and viewing.
      • The layout suggests a welcoming physical environment (e.g. mobile floor stands provide unimpeded travel, or outdoor environment surfaces are well maintained).
    • Signage within the site:

      • There is no signage indicating where the lift is, but it is straight ahead on the right hand wall when entering the main entrance.
    • Sensory options:

      • The Borderless office is a large, light room, with polished wooden floors, big windows and makes you feel relaxed and welcome. There are no tactile markings or braille in the office.
    • Surfaces:

      • The floor surface of the office are wooden floor boards, which are flat and slip resistant.
      • The floor surface covering is plain and clear.
    • Lifts:

      • The lift is small with the door opening 800mm, and the internal dimensions are 1000mmx1000mm.
      • All controls (i.e. landing controls, alarm and emergency telephone) are located within a reachable range.
    • Stairs or Steps:

      • The staircase leading up to level 4, is old and wooden, however very solid and sturdy. There is plenty of width, and a wooden handrail to the right handside. The handrail ends with a carved wooden post at each landing.
      • There is a handrail located on at least one or both sides of the stairs.
    • Accessible Toilets:

      • There are no accessible toilets on site, however the closest public accessible toilets are about 100 metres away, on the bottom of Wyndham street (where Wyndham & Queen Street meet) right beside Kathmandu.
  • Getting out safely:

      • The emergency exit is down a flight of stairs, however there is no evacuation chair.
      • Emergency exits are not completely accessible or hazard free.
      • There are audible fire alerting devices.
      • Assembly areas (e.g. evacuation point) are on the accessible route.