You might have purchased a variety of advertising signs, directional signs and more for your business. However, you might not have purchased braille tactile signs yet. You might not even know what these signs are or why you might need them, so you might have never even thought about purchasing them and installing them in your commercial building. Braille tactile signs are signs that provide information in braille about things like where the restrooms and exits are.
You May Be Legally Required to Have Them
First of all, if you currently operate a business that does not have any braille tactile signs present, you might not be operating by the disability access requirements that you have to follow as a business owner. In many cases, these signs are required. If you haven't done so, you should find out a little more about these requirements to be sure that you can bring your business into compliance.
You Can Help Your Customers By Having Them
Even those who are not required by law to have braille tactile signs in their businesses often choose to anyway. After all, you probably want to be sure that anyone who is visually impaired will be able to get around your place of business without issue and that they will feel welcomed.
You'll Need Them in Multiple Places in the Building
You will probably need to install these signs in various areas of the building. You might want to install them outside of the restrooms, near the exits, on the signs outside of your elevators or stairs and more.
You Should Clean Them Regularly
Lastly, once your braille tactile signs are installed and put to use in your business, you will want to make sure that you clean them regularly. Because of the way that these signs are used, they may be touched by many hands throughout the course of a day or week. Naturally, you don't want to have dirty, unsightly signs in your business. Plus, you probably want to do what you can to cut down on the spread of germs and sicknesses in your place of business. Because of this, you should make sure that you clean and sanitise your braille tactile signs daily. Just make sure that you use a cleaning agent that will not damage the sign. You can ask someone from the sign company that you purchase your braille tactile signs from about the best cleaning solutions to use.