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BS 6465-1:2006+A1:2009

Sanitary installations. Code of practice for the design of sanitary facilities and scales of provision of sanitary and associated appliances

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : March 2006

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BS 6465-1:2006+Amendment 1:2009 Sanitary installations. Code of practice for the design of sanitary facilities and scales of provision of sanitary and associated appliances

BS 6465-1 gives recommendations on the design of sanitary facilities. It covers the recommended scale of provision of sanitary and associated appliances in new buildings and buildings undergoing major refurbishment. It also covers the recommended scale of provision of portable toilets.

BS 6465-1 applies to the following:

a) Private dwellings
b) Residential and nursing homes for older people
c) Workplaces
d) Shops with sales area in excess of 1 000 m2 and shopping malls
e) Petrol stations
f) Schools
g) Assembly buildings where most WC (water closet) use is during intervals or other concentrated periods of time, such as theatres, cinemas and similar buildings
h) Assembly buildings where most WC use is not concentrated in the intervals, such as exhibition centres, libraries, museums and similar buildings
i) Bedrooms in hotels, hostels, and similar accommodation
j) Restaurants and other areas where seating is provided for eating and drinking
k) Licensed pubs, bars, nightclubs, discotheques and similar premises
l) Swimming pools
m) Facilities for disabled people
n) Public toilets
o) Temporary toilets.

BS 6465-1 does not cover:

1) Specialist appliances, such as those used for laundry or catering, or those found in hospitals, laboratories and similar establishments
2) Cultural preferences
3) Sanitary requirements in vehicles and other means of transport
4) Space requirements for sanitary appliances
5) The selection, installation or maintenance of sanitary appliances;
6) The detailed provisions of water supply, sanitary pipework, or drainage.

Who should use BS 6465-1?

  • Local authorities
  • Architects
  • Designers
  • Building contractors
  • Town planners
  • Plumbers.

BS 6465-1:2006+Amendment 1:2009 replaces BS 6465-1:2006, which is now withdrawn.

Contents of BS 6465-1:

Foreword
1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 Terms and definitions
4 Exchange of information
5 Design of sanitary facilities
5.1 General recommendations for all sanitary facilities
5.2 Additional recommendations for all toilets
5.3 Additional recommendations for non-domestic toilets
5.4 Additional recommendations for drinking water
5.5 Additional recommendations for cleaners’ rooms
5.6 Additional recommendations for bathrooms
5.7 Additional recommendations for kitchens, laundries and utility rooms
6 Design and scale of provision of sanitary and associated appliances for different types of building
6.1 General
6.2 Private dwellings
6.3 Residential and nursing homes for older people
6.4 Workplaces
6.5 Shops and shopping malls
6.6 Petrol stations
6.7 Schools
6.8 Assembly buildings where most WC use is during intervals or other concentrated periods of time
6.9 Assembly buildings where WC use is not concentrated in intervals
6.10 Bedrooms in hotels, hostels, and similar accommodation
6.11 Restaurants and other areas where seating is provided for eating and drinking
6.12 Licensed pubs, bars, nightclubs and discotheques
6.13 Swimming pools
7 Toilets for disabled people
8 Public toilets
9 Portable toilets
Annexes
Annex A (informative) Related legislation
Annex B (informative) Calculation of provision of sanitary appliances for public toilets
Annex C (informative) Determining a public toilet strategy
Bibliography
List of tables


Other standards in this series include:

BS 6465-2:1996
Sanitary installations. Code of practice for space requirements for sanitary appliances

BS 6465-3:2006
Sanitary installations. Code of practice for the selection, installation and maintenance of sanitary and associated appliances



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Standard NumberBS 6465-1:2006+A1:2009
TitleSanitary installations. Code of practice for the design of sanitary facilities and scales of provision of sanitary and associated appliances
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date31 March 2006
Confirm Date01 July 2014
Cross ReferencesBS 5250, BS 5385, BS 5720, BS 5906, BS 5925, BS 6100-3.3, BS 6465-2, BS 6465-3, BS 6700, BS 7671, BS 8300, BS EN 752-1, BS EN 752-2, BS EN 752-3, BS EN 752-4, BS EN 806, BS EN 12056-2, BS 7958, BS 8220, BS 8501, Food Hygiene Regulations 2005, Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992, Education (School Premises) Regulations 1999, School Premises (General Requirements and Standards) (Scotland) Regulations 1967, Public Lavatories Turnstiles Act 1963, Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations 1999, Water Supply (Water Quality) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2002, Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1967
ReplacesBS 6465-1:1994
Amended ByAmendment, September 2009. Amends and replaces BS 6465-1:2006.
Draft Superseded By05/30057907 DC
DescriptorsSanitary appliances, Design, Installation, Domestic facilities, Residential facilities, Disabled people, Public lavatories, Office buildings, Factories, Shops (buildings), Schools, Buildings open to the public, Entertainment facilities, Hotels, Restaurants, Bars (refreshment facilities), Cinemas, Theatres, Dance halls, Swimming pools, Sports facilities, Access, Ventilation, Maintenance, Cleaning, Baths, Showers, Bidets, Sinks, Draining boards, WC pans, Toilet seats, Flushing cisterns, Wash-basins, Hand-rinse basins, Drinking fountains, Driers (heating equipment), Towels, Sanitary towels, Sanitary facilities, Hand driers, Urinals, WC compartments
ICS91.140.70
CommitteeB/209
ISBN978 0 580 67116 6
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages46
File Size1.101 MB
Price£192.00


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