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Braille First Aid Sign

  • The DDA Part lll amendments were introduced in September 2002 producing a strict guideline which comes into effect on the 1st of October 2004 guaranteeing that equal access must be made to all people using public buildings, including education establishments.
  • Signs should be placed at a height suitable for everyone to reach unaided, generally this is recommended to be no lower than 1400mm from the floor and no higher than 1700mm.
  • Directional signs should be placed at each entry, as well as signs showing the toilet locations.

Braille First Aid Sign
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Product Code: N684
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  • The DDA Part lll amendments were introduced in September 2002 producing a strict guideline which comes into effect on the 1st of October 2004 guaranteeing that equal access must be made to all people using public buildings, including education establishments.
  • Signs should be placed at a height suitable for everyone to reach unaided, generally this is recommended to be no lower than 1400mm from the floor and no higher than 1700mm.
  • Directional signs should be placed at each entry, as well as signs showing the toilet locations.
  • Fire exit and Exit signs should be visible from all locations.
  • Identification signs (such as door signs) should be located next to the door, in case that door has been left open.

Size 150x225 

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