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When does a building require a lift

According to Section 4.44.1 of SANS10400-T:2011 which deals with Fire Protection, ‘any building of more than four (4) storeys above or below the level of escape doors shall have at least one (1) lift, accessible from all floors.’  Section 4.47.1 of SANS10400-T:2011 prescribes that "where a building is provided with a lift in terms of 4.45, at least one (1) such lift shall have internal dimensions of 1.1 m wide by 2.1 m deep to accommodate a stretcher".

If a building is less than four (4) storeys above or below the level of escape doors, Section 4.11.2 of SANS 10400-S:2011 which deals with Facilities for Persons with Disabilities prescribes, a lift is supplied "passenger lifts shall have a minimum internal dimension of 1.1 m in width and 1.4 m in depth, clear of surface finishes".

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