Essential ADA Compliance 201
How to do a basic compliance check. Includes common components, horizontal paths, vertical paths, parking, doors, restrooms and counters and dining areas."
With this course you will also get handouts that you can use to make basic assessments about accessible parking, accessible dining and so on.
After watching these videos, you will be able to
- Walk through your property and spot common lawsuit issues
- Figure out common (and not so common) sense fixes for compliance
- Advise your (prospective) tenants on their (and your) liability
- Protect your business and your clients
These videos will cover
- Restaurants (no stage)
- Office buildings (no conference room)
- Retail and store front spaces
- Parking lots (such as for strip malls without a parking structure)
This course does not cover any state building code or local requirements.
Stay tuned for more advanced courses (which will include Auditoriums, stadiums, hotels/motels, spas, gyms, gas stations and institutional settings like classrooms, jails and medical office buildings)
Bio: Alexander Lee has worked as a consultant for programming, real estate development and accessibility for the past ten years. Alex started doing inspections in 2007 working at a ADA consultation firm whose clients spanned the entire United States. Since starting his own business, Alex has given extensive seminars and talks about accessibility in the last five years in Los Angeles for a variety of chambers of commerce’s, cities, bar associations (MCLE presentations) and business development groups. The majority of these presentations focus on the financial, code and legal considerations for how business owners should consider providing access. The conflation of these contingencies and their interlocking requirements has been the main focus of his consultation business, Accessolutions LLC., a California Corporation whose boutique service provides ADA assessments for businesses. He also held a seat in the Culver City Disability Advisory Committee for the City of Culver City.
Alexander has worked extensively together with his partner, a CASp (Certified Access Specialist) architect, Yung Kao, over the last several years to develop the current system. Since then, Alexander has worked on a variety of different versions in his spare time all the while working as a real estate broker and sometime consultant for web development. At the beginning of 2015 he decided to focus full time on ADA Veracity (https://ada-veracity.com/), which is a mobile inspection App for ADA Consultants.
PreviewComponents PreAmble (0:55)
StartHorizontal Paths (11:55)
StartVertical Paths (13:13)
StartCounters and Dinning Rooms (6:06)