Protruding Objects

Thursday, January 7, 2016


Protruding objects provisions (Sections 204 and 307 (F307)) in the standards, limit the projection of objects into circulation paths to prevent hazards to people with vision impairments. These requirements apply to all circulation paths and are not limited to accessible routes. Circulation paths include interior and exterior walks, paths, hallways, courtyards, elevators, platform lifts, ramps, stairways, and landings. This session will address more frequently asked questions about protruding objects such as post-mounted objects, drinking fountains, and more.

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Rex Pace, Senior Accessibility Specialist and Technical Assistance Coordinator, US Access Board

Earlene Sesker, Accessibility Specialist, US Access Board, Office of Technical and Information Services