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DDA

The Disability Discrimination Act 1995 came into force in December 1996. Since then, it has been unlawful to treat a disabled person less favourably for any reason related to that person’s disability.

 

Under part III of the Act, which came into force in October 1999, service providers must have taken reasonable steps to:-

  • change any policies, procedures or practices which make it impossible or unreasonably difficult for disabled people to make use of a service;
  • provide auxiliary aids or services which will enable disabled people to make use of a service;
  • provide services by alternative methods where physical features make it impossible or unreasonably difficult for disabled people to use them.

 

By October 2004, service providers will have to have taken reasonable steps to remove, alter or provide means of avoiding physical features that make it impossible or unreasonably difficult for disabled people to receive a service.

 

In support of this, Security Solutions have introduced an extensive range of products and aids, conforming to the above Act.

 

For more information and advice – Tel: 0845 260 0095

Options
  • Consultation, design & specification
  • Door operators & automation
  • DDA compliant intercom panels
  • Care Kits
  • Access Ramps
  • Counter induction loop systems
  • Portable & clip board induction loops
  • Speech systems to suit glazed counters
  • Q-control systems
  • Full installation & after sales support

 

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