International symbol of access (ISA)

Valid from
1/01/2007

Information provider
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
Information type
Section 175 guidance
Format
Website

Description

You can learn about the international symbol of access (ISA), including how and when it should be applied to a building or location. The ISA is universally recognised and helps everyone find the features and facilities in a building that can be used by people with disabilities. It represents all disabilities, not only people in wheelchairs. Correctly displaying ISA is important for the New Zealand community, as well as for visitors to the country. It can help greatly in ensuring people with disabilities are able to undertake normal activities and processes in buildings.

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International symbol of access (ISA)

Description

You can learn about the international symbol of access (ISA), including how and when it should be applied to a building or location. The ISA is universally recognised and helps everyone find the features and facilities in a building that can be used by people with disabilities. It represents all disabilities, not only people in wheelchairs. Correctly displaying ISA is important for the New Zealand community, as well as for visitors to the country. It can help greatly in ensuring people with disabilities are able to undertake normal activities and processes in buildings.

View on Information Provider website
International symbol of access (ISA)
Description

You can learn about the international symbol of access (ISA), including how and when it should be applied to a building or location. The ISA is universally recognised and helps everyone find the features and facilities in a building that can be used by people with disabilities. It represents all disabilities, not only people in wheelchairs. Correctly displaying ISA is important for the New Zealand community, as well as for visitors to the country. It can help greatly in ensuring people with disabilities are able to undertake normal activities and processes in buildings.

View on Information Provider website
This resource does not cite any other resources.

International symbol of access (ISA)

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