Equality Act 2010 Audits
The Equality Act 2010 brought together all existing discrimination legislation and the Human Rights Act 1998.
It now incorporates and strengthens the Disability Discrimination Act 2005 (DDA) which came into effect on the 4th of December 2006. The Act introduced a general duty on public bodies to promote disability equality.
The Acts states that public bodies shall:
- Promote equality of opportunity between disabled people and other people.
- Eliminate harassment of disabled people.
- Take steps to meet the needs of disabled people even if this requires more favourable treatment.
- Promote positive attitudes towards disabled people.
- Encourage participation by disabled people in public.
- Encourage participation of disabled people in public life.
The DDA 2005 also makes other provision regarding the definition of disability, access to private members clubs, and clarification of other associated matters. It includes the provision for access to Transport and Buildings where public access is required.
Mark Gray Associates can provide you with a comprehensive audit of your environment to help you become compliant.
We can help you to address the issue of Reasonable Adjustment to your services for a number of disabled services users or for specialist groups such as those with:
£400 per day + VAT & Travel Includes full access report and recommendations.
To book contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Equality Act Disability Awareness Training
The Equality Act also recommends Disability Awareness training for all staff. Mark Gray Associates can provide a pan disability awareness day that covers the key basics you need to know in a one day package.
- Learning Disability
- Visual Impairment
- Physical Disabilities
- Mental Health
Costs £600 per day +VAT Inclusive for Twenty persons
To Book Contact us at Info@markgrayassociates.co.uk