It is now mandatory to provide disability access control equipment that meets the DDA standards for buildings. Ansador are pleased to offer a complete range of equipment to help the building owner meet the obligations required under the The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) 1995.
While the requirements under the act are wide ranging we have provided a list of equipment and solutions that cater for access control and security.
Automatic doors are probably the most important area in which the building owner needs to direct their attention. Ansador offer both swing doors and sliding doors that will enable the building operator to comply with the DDA.
Door Intercoms on buildings also need to comply with the latest requirements both in terms of height, visibility mounting height and features. These can be both video or audio and the systems you will see featured below offer comfort that they have been passed as approved and appropriate for use by the disabled.
Access Control. Controlling access to the buildings by the use of access control is pivotal to those wishing to comply with the latest legislation. You will find below suggestions how easy it is to comply with the legislation without costing the earth.
Audio Loops. If you have a counter or reception are you may need to consider an audio loop of the variety used by the hard of hearing. These work in conjunction with conventional public address systems in buildings.
Buttons and Sensors
Buttons and Sensors are often required to allow disabled people to trigger the automatic doors or indeed a whole range of other facilities such as gates, barriers etc.