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Accessibility & Detectable Warning Systems: Complying with Current Government Guidelines (removed)

Approximately 1 hour 15 minutes

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.

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