What is an Access Audit?
An access audit (formerly referred to as a DDA audit or Disability Access Audit) is the assessment of a building or service and its accessibility to disabled people. The Equality Act 2010 is split into several sections, the section relevant to Access Audits is contained in generally in section 3 which covers the provision of services to members of the public.
Businesses still have a duty to allow disabled people to access their premises and use their services and must anticipate access issues that a disabled person might face on trying to enter or move about in those premises.
What is included within an Access Audit Report?
What barriers are identified within an Access Audit Report?
What areas are inspected during an Access Audit?
Access Audit Checklist - Please click here