July 19, 2012
A series of white papers that simplify understanding of important codes relating to accessible room identification signage and sign compliance in the United States, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom are now available from Nova Polymers.
The white papers summarize and detail building codes and legislation affecting the compliance of accessible room identification signage, and include line illustrations to facilitate understanding. A white paper on United States accessibility standards highlights key sections of the 2010 Standard for Accessible Design (SAD), an update of the 1991 Americans with Disabilities Act, so critical information affecting sign compliance can be easily reviewed. A separate white paper was produced for California Title 24, covering the California Building Standards Code, and consolidates signage regulations from multiple areas of the legislation in a simplified format. Additional white papers highlighting standards for room identification signage in Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom take a similar approach in presenting guidelines in an easy-to-review format.
“Nova Polymers produced these white papers to serve as a primer for architects and sign fabricators around the world,” said Dave Miller, Business Director for Nova Polymers, who serves on the Board of Directors for the International Sign Association. “It’s all part of our mission to serve as a resource and provide added support for the sign design community.”
Nova Polymers is the largest manufacturer and distributor of photopolymer sign products in the United States, Canada, Europe, the Middle East and Australia. For more information on Nova Polymers’ white papers and sign compliance with building codes and legislation, visit http://www.novapolymers.com/resources/white-papers or call toll-free 888.484.6682.
About Nova Polymers
Nova Polymers is a global manufacturer and distributor of photopolymer sign products.
Nova Polymers developed the world’s first clear photopolymer sign material (NovAcryl®) that continues to have a profound effect on the creative potential of the sign design and fabrication industries. The company continues to work with the architectural signage and design community to expand its high quality and progressive product line in ways that add creativity and flexibility, while complying with international accessibility standards.
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