Our disabled signs help your building and company conform with the Equality Act 2010, making sure there is emergency access for the disabled and includes disabled access, parking, emergency escape and hearing loop signs and stickers. View all our disabled signs below or explore our disabled access signs at The Sign Shed.
Internationally Recognised Disabled Signs
The International Symbol of Access, or the International Wheelchair symbol, was designed by Susanne Koefoed and is the internationally recognised disabled signs symbol. Our signs all feature this symbol, making them easily understand by people of all nationalities and languages.
The disabled sign logo consists of a blue square overlaid in white with an image of a person using a wheelchair, and is featured in the disabled signs range at The Sign Shed. This disability logo is displayed clearly on all our signs to make it easy to understand the meaning of every sign at a glance.
Hearing Loop Signs
We also have hearing loop signs to help those who are hard of hearing to fully access the services that you provide. These show an ear with a diagonal line across the image, often also including a ‘T’ to indicate the availability of an induction loop which the hearing aid can access.
We have these available as rigid plastic signs through to stickers so you can find the variety that works best for you.
Disability Access Signs
The Equality Act 2010 made it obligatory for buildings to provide emergency access for the disabled. The Disability Discrimination Act has, since 1995, required that businesses make reasonable adjustments like adapting buildings and removing physical barriers so that disabled people can access the space.