General Order 56 Inspection

Procedures for filing a disability access complaint and joint inspection of premises by plaintiff, defendant and expert witnesses.
General Order 56

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2 Responses to General Order 56 Inspection

  1. Mark says:

    How low can an ADA sign be to the ground?
    I have an R-100-B I’d like to install at 18″ from the ground ( to bottom of sign ) is that Ok ?
    Mark / AdverSigns

    • Dwight Ashdown says:

      Bottom of sign should be at 80″ if adjacent to pedestrian path of travel – bottom if signs should be at 60″ if mounted on building or not adjacent to pedestrian path of travel.

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