Signs & Glazing Bands

Why do we need glazing bands visual indicators on glazing?

Glazing bands are needed for people with vision impairment to alert them to a barrier created by clear glass, preventing them from walking through it.More

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What are the requirements for raised tactile and braille signage?

The following items are required when determining whether raised tactile and braille signage compliesMore

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Is Gender Specified Signage In Sanitary Facilities Required?

The BCA is specific in assigning all accessible sanitary facilities, and in some cases, general facilities, as unisex.More

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Is there a ‘Gender Neutral’ toilet sign?

We have created two toilet signs without using the words ‘Gender Neutral’. In fact, the signage does not nominate any gender or have any other gender identifying features. It simply classifies the facility as a toilet.More

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What height should I install Braille and Tactile Signs at?

"All Braille & tactile characters on signs are to be located between 1200mm and 1600mm above the floor level. Where accessible toilet signs just have a single line of text they must have the Braille and tactile characters located between 1250mm and 1350mm above floor level."More

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Our Blogs

Court rules that owners corps must not discriminate

  • July 14, 2018
  • Bruce Bromley

The recent Supreme Court of Victoria ruling makes clear that Victorian owners corporations are required...

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Expert Judgement in Access could leave you open to a lawsuit

  • May 14, 2018
  • Bruce Bromley

The use of ‘Expert Judgement’ when assessing a Performance Solution in regard to disability access can leave practitioners open to potential claims under the DDA. Th...

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Disability Access and the New Building Regulations 2018 (Vic Only).

  • May 14, 2018
  • Bruce Bromley

Under the new Victorian Building Regulations introduced June 2, 2018, Regulation 38 states: “Building s...

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