Designed to assess your premises or environment to ensure provisions for disabled access.
Access Consultants provide an extremely valuable service during the design phase of new build projects.
Bespoke Disability Awareness Training for customers, tailored to your individual requirements.
For the last twelve years, Direct Access and its team of NRAC Access Consultants have provided access audits for many key landmark sites such as Gatwick Airport, Loughborough University and London Underground Stations. Direct Access has provided access audits for over 2500 buildings. We are also the Access Consultants for over 10 separate Local Authorities such as West Berkshire Council, London Borough of Lewisham and Hertfordshire County Council.
Our team of NRAC Access Consultants have provided access audits for more than 750 schools and are currently advising many schools on the Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice 2015.
Our access audits are not just about identifying a few ramps here, a couple of handrails there, or an induction loop at a reception desk. It surprises many to learn there is often a lot more involved.
Daunting little things like planning and building regulations are just some of the hurdles Direct Access Consultancy can help you with. You also won’t have the headache of dealing with different regulations in different countries.
At Direct Access, each of our Access Auditors and NRAC Consultants have a personal experience of disability. We excel on little details that result in a totally accessible and inclusive environment. We work with clients to achieve the most cost effective way to implement disability access.
All forms of disability consultancy such as Access audits, disability awareness training and even mystery shopping has been undertaken for clients across many sectors including Government, health care, social housing providers, charities, mass transit providers and retail outlets.
Let Direct Access help your organisation to not only just work towards meeting obligations under the Equality Act 2010 but also to become more inclusive by adopting the Social Model of Disability approach.