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Disability Discrimination Act (DDA)

Since December 1996 it has been unlawful for service providers (such as retailers, charities, hotels, and restaurants) to discriminate against anyone on the grounds of disability. Service providers have to make ‘reasonable adjustments’ to the physical features of their premises to ensure accessibility for disabled persons. By utilising considerable experience in the field of disabled access auditing, we can evaluate the arrangements within your premises and make recommendations for improvements (where appropriate) in order to ensure legal compliance.

Our areas of expertise include:

Risk Assessment

BS OHSAS 18001:2007

Disability Discrimination Act

Interactive Risk Management

Policies and Procedures



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