Detectable warning surfaces act as a stop sign for visually impaired perdestrians at intersections and other busy pedestrian foot traffic areas. There are different types and colors of these warning surfaces one can encounter in their city. The ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) does not specify a specific color when using tactile warning surfaces, although […]
The ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) provides certain protections for those with disabilities to provide an equal opportunity to access, like for people without disabilities. For business owners, it is important to understand when you are legally required to be ADA-compliant. The ADA applies to organizations and businesses that fit one or more of the […]
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In the United States, both corporations and public safety organizations alike do their best to improve public safety by making the public aware of various hazards. The most common way to communicate this information is through the use of bright, clear messaging on easy-to-read signs, but it isn’t always easy to figure out what these […]
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One of the areas the ADA oversees is the protection of customers with disabilities who enter public spaces. They provide safety codes for businesses to adhere to in order to ensure the safety of anyone who visits the premises—but what happens when a company doesn’t follow the ADA flooring specifications and a person is injured […]
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At ADA Solutions, we believe that every American has an important role to play in making our world more accessible to the disabled. For over 20 years, we have been serving customers and clients all across the country who strive to make spaces safer and more accommodating for everyone. We’re proud of our role in […]