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We are doing all we can to protect employees and customers, and will endeavour to keep things running as smoothly as possible throughout this difficult time. Our delivery install service is running as normal.

Should you have any requirements now or for future projects, please contact us: 0116 2695050 or email info@automaticaccess.co.uk.

Thank you and stay safe.

DDA Disabled Door Systems

To ensure your premises comply with the Disabled Discrimination Act (DDA) and Equalities Act; automatic doors will make your building accessible to everyone.

Long established in the installation of disabled entrances and doors, Automatic Access can provide a cost-effective solution for business compliance or simply an automatic door for home or office use.

Automatic doors can also be used manually – push or pull them open or use the automated push pad. Door operators are:

  • Easy to use
  • Unobtrusive
  • Have a range of activation options (Push Pads Radar Access Control)
  • Provide quiet and effortless operation
  • Can be fitted to existing doors

Disabled Door Open Button

For further advice regarding the DDA you may wish to visit: www.disability.gov.uk/dda

Our DDA compliant doors are fitted with signage to demonstrate the door is either automatic or an Assisted Door. We fit push pad door entry access control equipment at the perfect height for wheelchair users and ensure the correct width for easy access.

All fully automatic doors have safety sensors fitted to ensure the door cannot close while someone is crossing the threshold. With battery back-up systems or uninterrupted power supplies; in the event of a power failure, all sliding automatic doors are still fully operational in an emergency – they can be linked to a fire alarm system.

 

The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) 1995

DDA compliant entrances

Organisations, employers, shops, local authorities and schools must take reasonable steps to remove the barriers faced by anyone with a disability. As much as possible, everyone should receive the same service, regardless of ability.

The Equality Act 2010 states changes or adjustments should be made to ensure anyone can access the following:

  • Education facilities
  • Places of employment
  • Housing
  • Goods and services like shops, banks, cinemas, hospitals, council offices, leisure centres, etc.
  • Associations and private clubs

If you wish to make your premises people friendly, please contact us for further information on our automatic door solutions.