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CRC - WHEELCHAIR SKILLS ASSESSM - WHEELCHAIR SKILLS ASSESSMENT AND TRAINING Organization: CRC
Date: 2016-11-18
Description: This book provides a wide spectrum of readers with comprehensive but easily understandable protocols for the assessment and training of wheelchair skills. The Wheelchair Research Team at Dalhousie University and the Capital District Health Authority in Halifax (lead by the author) have focused on wheelchair safety and performance for three decades, as exemplified through the Wheelchair Skills Program.
LUL - OSN107 - ASSISTING WHEELCHAIR USERS UP A MOVING ESCALATOR Organization: LUL
Date: 2012-03-04
Description: London Underground must also demonstrate to the London Fire Brigade our ability to safely evacuate our customers in wheelchairs, particularly with the anticipated increase in customer numbers for the Olympics.
SAE AIR4652 - DESIGN FACTORS - HANDICAPPED PASSENGER BOARDING DEVICES Organization: SAE
Date: 2014-03-01
Description: It provides an elevating platform to facilitate access to the aircraft; it does not cover devices for in-terminal or streetside transfers, wheelchairs for on-board aircraft or in-terminal usage, or aircraft boarding bridges.
DS/CEN/TS 15291 - IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEM - GUIDANCE ON DESIGN FOR ACCESSIBLE CARD-ACTIVATED DEVICES Organization: DS
Date: 2006-03-02
Description: The term 'wheelchair' in this document refers to manually propelled wheelchairs, not power driven ones, which are often of different dimensions in relation to manually propelled wheelchairs.
NBN - CEN/TS 15291 - IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEM - GUIDANCE ON DESIGN FOR ACCESSIBLE CARD-ACTIVATED DEVICES Organization: NBN
Date: 2006-02-28
Description: The term 'wheelchair' in this document refers to manually propelled wheelchairs, not power driven ones, which are often of different dimensions in relation to manually propelled wheelchairs.
NBN - CEN/TS 15291 - IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEM - GUIDANCE ON DESIGN FOR ACCESSIBLE CARD-ACTIVATED DEVICES Organization: NBN
Date: 2006-02-28
Description: The term 'wheelchair' in this document refers to manually propelled wheelchairs, not power driven ones, which are often of different dimensions in relation to manually propelled wheelchairs.
DSF/ISO/FDIS 21542 - BUILDING CONSTRUCTION - ACCESSIBILITY AND USABILITY OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT Organization: DS
Description: The dimensions stated in this International Standard, relevant to the use of wheelchairs, are related to the footprint of commonly used wheelchair sizes and users.
ISO 21542 - BUILDING CONSTRUCTION — ACCESSIBILITY AND USABILITY OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2011-12-15
Description: The dimensions stated in this International Standard, relevant to the use of wheelchairs, are related to the footprint of commonly used wheelchair sizes and users.
DS/ISO 15845 - AIRCRAFT GROUND EQUIPMENT - BOARDING VEHICLE FOR PERSONS WITH REDUCED MOBILITY - FUNCTIONAL AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS Organization: DS
Date: 2015-01-13
Description: ISO 15845:2014 also assumes that any type of wheelchair, e.g. standard type with or without occupant self-restraint system, aircraft aisle width wheelchairs without armrests, non-occupant propelled wheelchairs, battery powered wheelchairs, etc., or any type of stretcher transport trolley, can be employed.
ISO 15845 - AIRCRAFT GROUND EQUIPMENT - BOARDING VEHICLE FOR PERSONS WITH REDUCED MOBILITY - FUNCTIONAL AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2014-12-15
Description:   This International Standard also assumes that any type of wheelchair, e.g. standard type with or without occupant self-restraint system, aircraft aisle width wheelchairs without armrests, non-occupant propelled wheelchairs, battery powered wheelchairs, etc., or any type of stretcher transport trolley, can be employed.
CRC - SPASTICITY MANAGEMENT: A - SPASTICITY MANAGEMENT: A PRACTICAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY GUIDE Organization: CRC
Date: 2006-07-26
Description: With regard to mobility, walking may be slower or more difficult, falls more frequent, or the ability to self-propel a wheelchair or transfer compromised. Likewise, activities of daily living, including washing, dressing, toileting and sexual activity, can all be affected.

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