Is your Site Accessible?

| Monday, April 5th, 2010 | Comments Off on Is your Site Accessible?

Below is a short quiz (geared for California Access Requirements) that you can take to assess your site’s general accessibility. Be aware that access is determined by far more complicated features.

 

Name:
Business:
Email:
Phone Number:

Informally Determine the level of Accessibility of your Site:

Do you have a parking space designated to be van accessible?
Yes
No
I do not offer parking.

Do you have a toilet seat with side and rear grab bars?
Yes
No
I do not offer restrooms.

What kind of hardware does your front door have?
It automatically opens and closes.
Lever.
Push-Pull.
Single Knob.
Push-Push.
Thumb-latch-D handle.
Turnstile

Do you have signage to designate the accessible features of your store (including doors, restrooms, counters)?
Yes
No

If you provide seating, are at least 5% of the seats designated for individuals with disabilities?
Yes
No
I do not provide seating to anyone.

Can you shuffle your feet across your main entrance without getting it caught on the threshold?
Yes
No

Does your main entrance door require more than 5 lbs to open?
Yes
No

Does the designated path from the public right of way or the parking at any time cross vehicular traffic to get to your main entrance?
Yes
No

Is there enough clear space throughout your store for a baby stroller to comfortably be pushed to all the locations of your goods/serivces?
Yes
No

Is at least one mirror above your sink low enough for individuals under four feet tall to be able to use them?
Yes
No
 

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