Keith Bright Consultants can offer you a scope and quality of professional services which can have a direct influence on how you address accessibility and inclusion in the design or on-going management of your new or existing buildings.
Professor Keith Bright is a highly experienced consultant with an excellent national and international reputation for the quality and pan-disability scope of his publications, research and consultancy work. Through him, KBC Ltd is able to offer your company or organisation state-of-the-art advice on disputes, and to support any legal or conciliation actions with best quality comment and opinion.
Whilst we do undertake all aspects of consultancy work, KBC Ltd specialises in offering advice to building owners, managers, employers, service providers, users and educators on complex physical, management and legislative issues. As an independent and experienced consultancy, we are able to offer pan-disability, pan-ability advice on problems, and assist in developing working solutions that will meet the needs of users, designers and managers of environments.
If you find that providing or maintaining a suitably accessible building, or meeting your duties under the Equality Act 2010 is requiring you to spend money, it may well be that you are 'reacting' or 'fire fighting' rather than taking advantage of good strategic management techniques.
Linking how you manage accessibility with other management activities such as design, maintenance management, health and safety, risk assessments etc., will give you an opportunity to avoid many of the 'additional costs' often wrongly associated with meeting the duties placed upon organisations by the Equality Act 2010 and other disability and associated legislation. However, you have to think ahead to reap the benefits.