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When it comes to The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), businesses, state and local government facilities, and non-profit organizations must provide their products, goods, services, and overall programs to those who live with disabilities. These products, goods, services, and programs need to be provided on a basis that is equal with the rest of the general public, or there can be severe consequences.
The ADA requires the U.S. Access Board to ''issue minimum guidelines” which will “ensure that buildings, facilities, rail passenger cars, and vehicles are accessible, in terms of architecture and design, transportation, and communication, to individuals with disabilities.''
In the end, the ADA requires their U.S. Access Board Department to issue regulations that ensure enforceable accessibility standards which are applicable to facilities subject to title II or title III. It’s more important than ever that you make sure that you meet and exceed the minimum guidelines when it comes to ADA regulation.
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When a business or institution fails to follow ADA guidelines, there can be serious penalties that can often result in costly private lawsuits, especially if your violation has caused some sort of injury.
Disabilities listed under the ADA include sight and hearing impairment as well as a number of physical handicaps, even certain learning disabilities.
Common areas that need ADA inspection include:
When a person or business commits an ADA violation they can face legal consequences, which might include:
In the end, your business will be forced to remedy the conditions. Lastly, failing to meet ADA accommodations can expose you to a costly lawsuit where personal injury damages are owed to the disabled person.
Making sure your business is ADA compliant is of paramount importance, and GM Plumbing can help you with residential and commercial inspections and accessibility maintenance. We can help with the installation of drains, faucets, toilets, kitchens, sinks, and more -- even for senior citizens!
It just so happens that ADA requirements can change over time, too. Regulations can be modified to improve access and/or to provide more detailed guidance when it comes to the entities covered by the ADA. Stay on top of your ADA regulation requirements with GM Plumbing today.
Contact GM Plumbing, a C-36 contractor who is versed in all facets of plumbing and ADA regulation. We have over 18 years of experience and can handle any situation and scenario when it comes to commercial and residential properties. Contact us today to learn more about how you and your business can avoid costly problems when it comes to ADA inspections.
GM Plumbing Corporation is a full-service residential and commercial plumbing contractor serving Long Beach, CA and surrounding areas.(562) 417-3215