2F Applying the DOJ Regs: New Construction, Alterations & Barrier Removal

2F Applying the DOJ Regs: New Construction, Alterations & Barrier Removal

The 2010 Standards for Accessible Design are part of the Justice Department’s title II and title III ADA regulations. Although some think of the 2010 Standards like a “code,” the requirements are based in civil rights law. Jim Bostrom, U.S. Department of Justice, will be discussing application of the ADA regulations and 2010 Standards. This is a must-attend, hands-on training for designers, ADA Coordinators, code officials, advocates and others involved in applying or interpreting the 2010 Standards. Attendees will not only see the requirements from a new vantage point, but they will better understand how to use the Standards and to find background information. This program also addresses parts of the ADA regulations that – while not specifically part of the 2010 Standards – are important to accessible design and maintaining access to buildings and facilities.

Speakers
Experience Level
Basic
Requirements
This course may be applied as elective credits toward certification by ACTCP members.
Session
2F
Start
1:45 PM
End
3:15 PM
Status
Open
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