Flexibility, accessibility, and user-friendliness are some of the most important ingredients in a disability friendly office space. The flexibility ensures that the office joinery is adjustable to fit the individual user’s needs. The accessibility makes it possible for everyone to use desks and that there is plenty of legroom under the desk. And the user-friendliness makes it easy to adjust and operate the different joinery and cabinetry.
The space/building should be designed to facilitate the easy and safe access and flow of all workers. Safety must be addressed in a number of different ways including flooring selection, infection control, universal accessibility, fire safety, air quality, security and privacy. The NDIS has enabled the improvement of the economic and social outcomes for Australians with a significant and permanent disability by providing them with funding for reasonable and necessary supports. Whilst the SDA has provided a life-changing support to participants, it has also empowered, given independence and autonomy over privacy and personal relationships.
- Flexi Electric is optimal for frequent and independent use
- Sinks and cooktops can be integrated in the benchtop
- Easy to adjust in height, by means of control panel mounted to fascia
- Concealment panels can hide the legs and plumbing
- Suits any benchtop in lengths from 900 – 3000 mm
For added safety, Hafele supplies safety strips for the electric systems to avoid risk of trapping. Corner applications upon request. Smartboxes are used to link safety systems where moving benchtops are adjacent or have wall cabinet systems above. Benchtops not included.