Posted by Frank Murch | May 27, 2013 12:26:00 PM
So you know you need to place signs in your building. You know there are requirements for the disabled and you have no idea what those requirements actually are. To make the situation worse you Google it and know there is a massive set of rules and regulations called the Americans With Disabilities Act. War and Peace is shorter. The language is complex and the author had no intention of writing this to ever be read. It reads like a cross between an “IRS” document and a fortune cookie.
Want the straight “skinny” in English? Want to understand it well enough that you can tell when a sign in in the wrong place or missing anything?
You need this whitepaper. It is the document that breaks the code and allows you to get it done.
This White Paper explains:
- What the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) is and how it has changed.
- It tells you what those squirrely dots at the bottom are
- It explains a little about the out door signs and a lot about the indoor signs
- It tells you about the locations you need signs
- It tells you about: Fonts, Styles, Strokes, Sizes and other details that can trip you up
- It tells you where to mount them and how
- It explains what colors are required
And it tells you where to look for more detail. This is the key to understanding a complex law. It is the cheat sheet for the ADA signs you need
Topics: cheat sheet for the ADA signs, ADA requirements, ADA sign Placement, ADA Fonts, ADA Colors, Where ADA Signs are required, Mounting ADA Signs, Braille, Americans With Disabilities Act, disabled building signs
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