|Asset Marking Labels||Safety Signs||Pedestrian & Traffic Control|
|Hazardous Substance Control||Site Maintenance||Workwear, Personal Protective Equipment & Protective Clothing|
|Floor Safety||Fire Safety||Handling, Access & Storage|
|First Aid||Display & Presentation||Security|
|Risk Assessment & Safety Training||Labels & Identification||General Information Signs|
|Janitorial & Hygiene||Lockout / Tagout||Pipeline Marking|
|Waste Management||Mega Deals|
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BS8501:2002 is the British standard for Public Information symbols which are essential for conveying appropriate messages to the public such as general access and information signs.
The Disability Discrimination Act (1995) Part III
The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) was developed so changes could be made which makes it unlawful to discriminate against disabled people. Part III of the act came into force on 1st October 2004 and states that all providers of goods, facilities or services must take action in order to make reasonable adjustments to the physical features of their premises. Braille and Tactile signs and labels are an essential part of this legislation, ensuring easier access for the UK's two million blind and partially sighted people.
Businesses affected by the legislation include all providers of services, goods and facilities, and those selling, letting or managing premises. All other buildings with public access must also comply. The Part III Code of Practice gives some examples of service providers:
Consequences of Non-compliance
The DDA will not be subject to a formal inspection regime. However, there will be an investigation if a complaint is made by a person who feels they have been discriminated against.