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173 Access Control Systems and Disability Discrimination

Author: SuperUser Account/08 June 2015/Categories: Access Control

These guidelines give advice and recommendations about the design of access control systems installed to improve the security of buildings whilst maintaining a level of convenience. Specifically the guidelines cover aspects of design related to ensuring that disabled persons do not suffer discrimination. In this context it means ensuring that the level of convenience for all users, disabled or not, is comparable.

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