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Preparing buildings and access requirements
Ramps to all necessary locations.
Accessible lifts and lift buttons.
Accessible external paths and landscaping.
Accessibility within buildings, including their interior layout.
Vibrating and light fire alarms for people with hearing loss.
Adapted fire alarms and door bells in university accommodation.
Fire refuges or alternative escape routes for people with mobility impairments.
Quiet refuges and first aid facilities where people with epilepsy, for example, might go after an attack.
Rooms without fluorescent lighting.
Enhanced signage and colour or tone contrasts to aid orientation.
Enhanced lighting to facilitate lip reading.
Effective sound system with T loops.
Desks, laboratory benches, work surfaces and reception desks at varying or flexible heights.
Reserved areas in all teaching and learning locations, including the library.
Accessible technology, including screen readers, and libraries.
Accessible services, such as catering facilities.
Convenient and reserved parking spaces.