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 Braille
The Disability Discrimination Act Part III 2004
The DDA Part III amendments produced a strict guideline which came into effect on the 1st of October 2004 guaranteeing that equal access must be made to all people using public buildings, including educational establishments.
Signs should be placed at a height suitable for everyone to reach unaided, generally this is recommended to be no lower than 1400mm from the floor and no higher than 1700mm.
Directional signs should be placed at each entry point, as well as signs showing the toilet locations. Fire exit and exit signs should be visible from all locations.
Identification signs (such as door signs) should be located next to the door, in case that door has been left open.
All braille signs available in white on blue or black on white
TAC1 150 X 150 TAC1B Blue
TAC43 225 X 150 TAC43B Blue
TAC12 300 X 150 TAC12B Blue
TAC44 300 X 150 TAC44B Blue
TAC66 300 X 150 TAC66B Blue
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TAC2 150 X 150 TAC3 150 X 150
TAC4 150 X 150 TAC5 150 X 150 TAC4B Blue TAC5B Blue
TAC9 150 X 75 TAC9B Blue
TAC34 300 X 150 TAC34B Blue
TAC46 300 X 150 TAC46B Blue
TAC49 225 x 150 TAC49B Blue
TAC40 150 x 225 TAC40B Blue
TAC42 150 X 150 TAC42B Blue
TAC10 150 X 75 TAC10B Blue
TAC6 150 X 150 TAC14 150 X 150 TAC6B Blue TAC14B Blue
TAC11 150 X 75 TAC11B Blue
TAC35 300 X 150 TAC35B Blue
TAC47 300 X 150 TAC47B Blue
TAC51 225 x 150 TAC51B Blue
TAC2B Blue
TAC3B Blue
TAC8 150 X 75 TAC8B Blue
TAC13 300 X 150 TAC13B Blue
TAC45 300 X 150 TAC45B Blue
TAC48 300 X 150 TAC48B Blue
TAC70 300 x 150
TAC50 225 x 150 TAC50B Blue
TAC41 150 x 225 TAC41B Blue































































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