Accessibility Audit

Highway Authorities are required by the Disability Discrimination Acts to promote equality and to ensure that disabled people are able to contribute to and benefit from a fully inclusive built environment.  

Highway Authorities are required by the Disability Discrimination Acts to promote equality and to ensure that disabled people are able to contribute to and benefit from a fully inclusive built environment.

They should be proactive in ensuring that disabled people are treated fairly, including taking reasonable steps to rectify pre-existing examples of non-compliance. 

Our experience

The most effective auditors are those who are imaginative and open-minded, as well as fully conversant with the latest research and guidelines. Much of the skill of a good accessibility auditor is acquired from experience and common sense.

For some time before the full implications of the Disability Act became apparent, TMS had been providing relatively small scale accessibility audit reports for clients.  A decade ago TMS began its first major project of it's kind and since then has significantly developed its accessibility audit profile to a diverse range of clients both in Ireland and in the UK.

Over the years TMS has been involved in a diverse range of accessibility schemes for organisations in both the public and private sectors including Local Authorities, Universities and 'Blue Chip' companies throughout the UK and Ireland.

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