AODA Deadline Approaching

Published in Landmark News
  • on Tuesday, 19 May 2015


New legislation around TWSI's in effect January 1st, 2016

The deadline is fast approaching on new accessibility standards for public spaces, which includes new laws on tactile walking surface indicators(TWSI). To ensure your company is compliant, Landmark by Crozier, a Canadian supplier for construction castings and high quality site furnishings, is available to provide an understanding of the legislation.

Effective January 2016, the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), under Part IV.1 of Reg 191/11 states that TWSI’s (also known as Detectable Warning Plates will be mandatory on all new and repaired depressed curb sidewalks in Ontario.

Click on the TWSI Logo below for full details on the new standard: 

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