Guidelines for Access Auditing of the Built Environment
Everyone should be able to fully participate within society, and built environment accessibility plays a crucial role in achieving this goal. An access audit is one of the first of many steps that can help to improve accessibility of the built environment.
These guidelines have been developed in collaboration with the Office of Public Works and the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government. They include background information on access auditing, steps to carry out an audit and the typical structure of an audit report. The guidelines also offer advice for clients commissioning an audit of the built environment and advice for the auditor.
You can read the guidelines online, or download different versions below.
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Page last updated: 05/05/2011