How to Design, Operate and Maintain an ADA Compliant Restroom
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The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) – a civil rights law – requires that jan/san distributors, manufacturers and cleaning professionals maintain an environment that provides equal access to occupants of all abilities. While it’s common for ADA standards within restrooms to be overlooked, being armed with knowledge of proper restroom design, operations and ongoing maintenance can help your restrooms increase functionality and compliance – while avoiding civil rights issues and legal ramifications.
In this webcast, we will discuss how to evaluate restroom accessibility according to ADA requirements, and review the impact of the law on restroom design, dispenser and fixture selection and occupant use patterns. Strategies for maintaining ADA-compliant restrooms in your facilities will also be addressed.
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