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Residential and aged care handrails and balustrades are essential safety features in buildings designed for elderly or disabled individuals.In residential and aged care settings, handrails and balustrades must meetcertain safety standards to prevent accidents and injuries. They must besturdy enough to support the weight of individuals and should be located ata comfortable height for people to grasp easily. Additionally, they shouldbe designed to minimize the risk of entrapment or entanglement, especially for those with mobility or visual impairments.

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