Using NCS to determine and specify colour contrast for Part MInclusiveness despite impaired sight - by 30 points of separation.
The aim of this course is to help you to deal with the colour or visual contrast requirements of Part M so that you can specify schemes which look good and comply with the legislation. It takes about one hour to complete and a certificate of completion is awarded.
- The terms Colour Contrast, Lightness and LRV
- An outline of what is required by Part M
- Why we need a colour system
good colour specifications which comply with the legislation
using some of our NCS colour equipment
The Disability Discrimination Acts of 1995 & 2005, BS8300:2009 - Design of Buildings and their Approaches to meet the needs of disabled people.
- Code of Practice
- Access to and use of buildings (Part M) of the Building Regulations (England & Wales) 2004
- all require adequate colour contrast to ensure that buildings and transport are accessible to people who are visually impaired.
Part M overides the previous advisory documents.
For many architects and interior designers the new legislation will mean a totally different approach to colour specification.
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