Universal Design Meets the Exit Sign Melbourne Skyline


The following are links to articles on issues relating to disability egress and the Accessible Exit Sign Project:

  1. Universal Design Australia, Accessible Exit Signs – New Designs, 23 July 2015
  2. How Do We Expect People with Disabilities to Evacuate? Sourceable article, 18 May 2015, Lee Wilson
  3. How Public Space GEEPs Save Lives, Sourceable article, 24 April 2015, Lee Wilson
  4. Why Workplace PEEPs are Important, Sourceable article, 22 April 2015, Lee Wilson
  5. Building Evacuations and the Social Model of Disability, Sourceable article, 17 March 2015, Lee Wilson
  6. Emergency Lighting, Is Australia’s “Wheelie Man” the Future of Accessible Signage?, 10 March 2015
  7. SPH Planning & Consulting, Accessibility News, Accessible Icon & Accessible Exit Sign Projects, 15 March 2015
  8. International Fire Protection Magazine, ‘Planning for Evacuating People with Disability’ Issue 61, March 2015, pp. 48-50
  9. GAATES at a Glance, volume 2, 7 February 2015
  10. Why we need an Accessible Means of Egress, Sourceable article, 5 February 2015, Lee Wilson
  11. Professional Engineer Journal Issue 85, 3 February 2015
  12. Evacuations, People with Disability and an Ageing Workforce, Sourceable article, 29 January 2015, Lee Wilson
  13. The use of an Accessible Means of Egress Icon exit sign on Emergency Plan Guide, January 2014
  14. The Accessible Exit Sign Project on Veooz, December 2014
  15. Accessible Exit Signs on Interactive Accessibility, 10 December 2014
  16. The Accessible Exit Sign Project Global Alliance on Accessible Technologies and Environments (GAATES), 9 December 2014
  17. Professional Engineer Journal Issue 84, 30 October 2014

Buildings need exit and emergency signs to identify parts of the accessible means of egress. An Accessible Exit Sign Project Initiative.

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