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Incorporating accessibility into the day to day operations of a building

When is the last time you tested the hearing induction loop at your reception, or checked the unisex accessible WCs to see if the alarms are working correctly and not tied up? How often do you check the nosings in your stairwells or audible announcements in the lift? These are some of the elements that are important to ensure accessibility is well maintained within the day to day operations of your building. They also contribute to making sure your buildings are easy to use for everyone.

OHAC recommend that as part of the overall facilities management programme accessibility is a key criteria that must be addressed on an ongoing basis. The following list provides a number of ways to ensure this is achieved.

If you would like further information on how toincorporate accessibility into the day to day operations of a building or the services OHAC provide, please do not hesitate to contact one of our team on 01-4151285 or e-mail [email protected]