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Take the guesswork out of whether your Elevator signs will pass inspection with Green Dot Sign® ADA braille office signs. Quick ship signs are perfect for buildings needing to upgrade a few signs and businesses needing signs fast.
Use Elevator signs to identify and direct to handicapped accessible elevators in your building. Select an Elevator sign with an arrow pointing to the right or left to direct to accessible elevators. Elevator signs contain either the traditional or modified ISA. Scroll down for more information on when to use the traditional ISA versus the modified ISA on your Elevator signs.
Green Dot Sign® aspen base interior ADA and office signs come with a five year warranty. Because wood is reliable and durable your signs will last a long time. Via patent-pending manufacturing process, 3D printed content bonds directly to the wood sign base. Our braille and other tactile content is bonded stronger than traditional routed plastic signs because we don’t rely on adhesive to hold plastic and wood together.
Office signs use words and symbols to communicate messages. “ADA sign” refers to signage marking U.S. public building rooms, spaces or features that are regulated by the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The U.S. Department of Justice published the ADA in order to prohibit discrimination against those with disabilities. Federally regulated signage provides the 7.5 million Americans that are legally blind or visually impaired equal access to public spaces across the U.S.
ADA sign requirements enforced today were released as part of the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design (SAD). Detailed federal signage requirements direct the location and content of identification, directional and informational signs. Some, but not all, building signs are regulated by the ADA.
Take the guesswork out of whether your Elevator signs will pass inspection with Green Dot Sign® ADA compliant braille signs. Review our ADA Signage Requirements FAQs to learn about federal accessibility signage guidelines.
ADA signs provide visually impaired and blind people greater access to public buildings, and often include braille, raised text and pictograms. The International Symbol of Accessibility (ISA or person in a wheelchair pictogram) must be used on accessibility signage in several situations.
In New York and Connecticut, the modified ISA is required. Additionally, in many other U.S. jurisdictions the modified ISA is acceptable. While many prefer the feel of the modified ISA, we recommend confirming ISA requirements with your local building inspector before ordering accessibility signs.