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Credits: 1 AIA LU/HSW; 1 AIBD P-CE; 0.1 IACET CEU
May qualify for learning hours through most Canadian architectural associations
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) turns 30 years old in 2020. Originally passed in 1990, the major revision to the Standards for Accessible Design (SAD) in 2010 gave the law more teeth – compliance is now required and enforceable on the federal level.
Since the ADA views visual impairments as a disability covered under the Act, there are specific guidelines pertaining to signage products. The two categories covered under interior signage are Wall Mounted, Ceiling Mounted or Projected. Within the Wall Mounted category, Identification of permanent room signs, Directional signs, and Informational signs are covered. Within the Ceiling or Projected Mounted category, Directional and Information signs are covered.
Dan Roller is the Product Manager for architectural signage for Inpro. Inpro is an industry leader in interior and exterior architectural products. In his 19 years with Inpro, Dan has worked with contractors, architects, designers, and facilities to give a better understanding of ADA signage. He continues to develop standard and custom projects for facilities across many different industries with careful consideration for the Americans with Disabilities Act.
When not developing ADA signage and printed products, Dan likes to spend time hiking with his wife, Sarah, and their two-year-old Wheaten Terrier dog, Roast.
- Obtain a better understanding of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
- Explain the litigation risks to building owners for non-compliance.
- Learn about the 2010 SAD Standards and enforcement process.
- Identify the latest ADA signage material and manufacturing processes.