ADA Guidelines 2010: Achievable Barrier Removal and Accessibility (RV-10327AD)
People with disabilities continue to face architectural barriers that limit or make it impossible to access goods or services. The ADA's regulations and the ADA Standards for Accessible Design, originally published in 1991, set the standard for what makes a facility accessible. While the updated 2010 Standards retain many of the original provisions in the 1991 Standards, they do contain some significant differences. This course specifically explores ADA Readily Achievable Barrier Removal based on the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design. This course provides practical information on how to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, to clarify potential misunderstandings about the requirements of the ADA, and to highlight its flexible, common sense approach to accessibility.
Accessibility / ADA
Health, Safety and Welfare
List different types of physical and mental disabilities as covered by ADA
Recognize the revised regulations for Title II and Title III, the organization of the new design standards, and the standard’s intent to improve access and compliance
Identify changes to the ADA Readily Achievable Barrier Removal based on the 2010 ADA Standards
Recognize the timeline for compliance with the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design
Explain the importance of compliance with the ADA
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