Braille Signs, Rules and Regulations, Where do they go?

Do All Rooms Require ADA Signs?

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What is the intent of the American with Disabilities Act? The intent of the Americans with Disabilities Act is to make sure people with disabilities have access to public places. Approximately 2.5 million Americans are legally blind, and there are millions more who suffer from limited vision due to other causes. So besides Braille and tactile lettering, ADA signs provide bold,...

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Rules and Regulations

ADA Signs Rules and Regulations: Guide to Avoiding a $75k Fine

ADA Signs Rules And Regulations: Guide To Avoiding A $75k Fine
On March 28th, 2014, the U.S Department of Justice released a Final Rule, that would increase the maximum civil penalty for a first violation under title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) from $55,000 to $75,000. A second fine could cost you upwards of $150,000! The cost of a civil penalty fine is far greater than the cost to have...

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Braille Signs

When do ADA Signs need Braille?

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A common question customers ask us is whether or not their ADA Signs need Braille... not all of them do! To Braille, or not to Braille The intent of the Americans with Disabilities Act is to make sure people with disabilities have access to public places. Approximately 2.5 million Americans are legally blind, and there are millions more...

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