Don't be squashed by the Act

Aldrich, Philippa
January 2003
Cabinet Maker;1/24/2003, Issue 5321, p11
Trade Publication
Focuses on the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 about the obligation of service providers to make their premises accessible and usable by disabled people. Compliance of the necessary statutory requirements; Consideration of the types of disabilities; Justification of investment from a business perspective.


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