Equality law recognises that bringing about equality for disabled people may mean changing the way in which employment is structured and services for the removal of physical barriers and/or providing extra support for disabled people. This is the duty to make reasonable adjustments.
The duty to make reasonable adjustments aims to make sure that, as far as is reasonable, a disabled person has the same opportunities to succeed in employment as an non-disabled person and the same opportunities to access services.
Access Auditing + Statements
The purpose of an Access Audit is to establish how well a building performs in relation to access and ease of use by a wide range of potential users, including people with physical mobility and sensory impairments.
Building Plan Appraisals:
A disability Access Appraisal is a desktop study of the design details of a new project which identifies potential barriers to access for disabled users, elements of non-compliance with current Inclusive Design guidance or legislation and opportunities to promote best practice design standards.
Organisations can benefit from training as it will instil confidence in disabled members staff and disabled customers. Training creates the opportunity for good communication that will help organisations identify effective support methods they can offer to disabled people accessing their services.
We provide face to face and classroom training as well as on-line E-learning that can be bespoke to an organisation. http://www.trainmii.com