21 Security PDF version
Security systems can inadvertently create obstacles to the independent movement of persons with disabilities. Some systems require manual dexterity, others use auditory commands and yet others use only visual communication. Security systems should provide information in a variety of formats to ensure that they can be used by people with visual, auditory and mobility disabilities.
Locks and key controlled locations should
Push-button type systems or contactless remote systems are the preferred method of security control as they accommodate the needs of many people with disabilities.
21.2 Building Control Systems
Security systems that control access to buildings should:
Intercom systems should comply with Section 12 Communication.
21.3 Security Desks
Security staff should be