Welcome back to another look at the new Alpha Dog ADA Signs Product Customizer. Today we are going to be looking at the options you have for the base thickness of your ADA Compliant Signs and the ability to see the difference between Rounded and Squared Corners.
Welcome back to another look at the new Alpha Dog ADA Signs Product Customizer. Today we are going to be looking at the options you have for our three Material Collections (Standard ADA Alternative, Brushed Stainless, & Wood Grain) and the various base colors and options that go along with them. Enjoy the video!
Effective in January 2019, California Assembly Bill 1976 amended Labor Code Section 1031 to match federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requirements, signed into law on March 23, 2010 (United States Department of Labor) that lactation areas must be somewhere other than a restroom.
We've been talking a lot about custom ADA signs and how you can do more with the color, texture, and even adding logos. Very minor changes to these signs can make a big difference in how the sign is viewed or how it makes a space feel. See how a custom sign layout can make a difference!
Question: How do I know if my sign(s) require Braille (and the tactile text that goes along with it)?
What is the intent of the American with Disabilities Act?
The intent of the Americans with Disabilites 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, high contrast...
As we all know, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has precise rules and regulations when it comes to ADA signage, and there are additional rules that must be followed at the state level. Since there can be multiple layers of rules, we sometimes see signs which do not meet the required standards due to lack of knowledge or signs not being updated.