accessibility Codes and Laws an overview
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- Understand difference between accessibility laws and codes in order to be able to apply the right codes in a practical situation
- learn about roles of federal and state agencies in promoting and enforcing accessibility laws and codes, in order to recognize who is the reference counterpart when promoting compliance
- be more efficient in searching accessibility codes to help shorten project feasibility and design time
- this corse is a video presentation format. You can join theon-demand program from your computer using an high speed Internet connection. you may start and stop the program at your conveninece, whitin the time limitation provided by the class
- Fee related to this course are not refundable
Accessibility means to grant equal access to services and built environment to persons with disabilities. Goal of this class is:
1- to provide some clarity both on roles of federal and state agencies in implementing and enforcing code compliance.
2 - to explain the difference between laws, guidelines and state codes, and their application in construction.
This class is focused on accessibility to the built environment and will provide some details on the structure of Chapter 11B of the California Building Codes as developed in the latest code edition of 2013.
A sample of how to search the code (CBC), is presented,
along with a code application related to parking stall design.
A copy of CBC Chapter 11B table of contents is provided to download as supplemental material.
The course is about 1 hour length and it is divided in 8 parts with a short quiz at the end of each portion.
Professionals involved in the design and construction industry will find this class useful.
This class may qualify for 1 continuing education learning unit, for architects licensing renewal. Please note that other agencies may accept the CE credit
- this course is tailored for professionals involved in the design and construction industry
- this is an introductory course that gives an overview of federal laws and state codes
- this course is organised along general guidelines for continuing education credit, and it should be eligible for 1CEU. Please print the certificate and save it for future reference. It is student responsibility to verify accreditation with governing bodies
Here is provided an outline of course format and goals,
and a brief review of the intent of accessibility laws.
In this section we list the federal agencies involved in promoting and enforcing accessibility laws.
You will understand who is in charge of enforcing the numerous laws.
This section provides a list and the chronology of all major accessibility laws.
You will undrstand the accessibility laws progression throught the recent history
Standards are sets by different federal agencies: they are a sum of laws + guidelines. they are meant to estabilish goals, and timelines for the application of the guidlines itself.
State agencies pubblish accessibility codes base on federal developed architectural guidelines.
Here you will learn the relation between federal laws and state codes.
Chapter 11B of the California Building Code (abbreviated as CBC) latest published edition of 2013, is based on the American with Disability Act Achitectural Guidelines (abbreviated ADAAG), and it is now tabulated, with minor differences, as the ADA Architectural Guidelines.
Note that CBC-11B is now comparable to many other state codes that follows a similar format.
The new CBC-11B organization is explained for all accessibility subchapters.
Here you will understand the new structure of the California Accessibility codes for the built environment.You will be able to navigate the code in a more efficient way.
Why is important to know how to apply codes and who is carry the burden for the correct implementation..
Federal and state agencies provide a wealth of information about accessibility laws, to help professionals navigate this complicate subject.
Here is given a list of web resources that can be searched for support.
A copy of California Building Code Chapter 11B table of Contents is provided to facilitate code search.
A new table has been added that cross references different building types and related applicable codes/guideline. This will help clarify what guidelines or standards apply to the built environment.