Continuing Education

Accessibility & Detectable Warning Systems: Complying with Current Government Guidelines

Approximately 1 hour

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.

Presented by John Heffner on behalf of Engineered Plastics.

 This course is ONLINE: SELF-PACED. Experience it on your own schedule, at your convenience.

 This course is registered with 24 industry association(s). Show credit and registration information. Hide credit and registration information.

This course is rated for 2 accessible design symbols. Two symbols indicate a course in which the majority of the material covers accessible design. These courses may meet the requirements of the state boards. Verify requirements with the boards (i.e. California and Texas) for accessibility education.. You can read more about the Accessibility Rating system.

This course IS Health, Safety and Welfare eligible.

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