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Accessibility & Detectable Warning Systems: Complying with Current Government Guidelines

A detectable warning surface is a surface feature designed to warn the visually impaired of hazards on a circulation path. Both the ADA accessibility guidelines and State of California regulations require detectable warning surfaces at a number of public right-of-way locations. This course looks at current guidelines and regulations for detectable warning surfaces, types of surfaces, and methods of implementing these regulations.

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 This course addresses accessible design. Click for details.

Sponsor: Engineered Plastics Inc.

Presenter: John Heffner, Engineered Plastics

Delivery Format: Online, Self-Paced

Duration: 1 hour

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