OA Standard (OAS)
Open Accessibility Standard (OAS) is a series of measurements based off of the American’s with Disability Act (ADA) and Open travel alliance (OTA). These measurements were selected to not only help businesses relay accessible information to the consumer but also help the consumer find a match for their needs*. for a complete list of these measurements please request our PDF.
Common Areas: Corridors, floor surface, steps, handrails, doors width, staircases, etc.
Bathroom : Wheelchair accesible, stall, entrance-width, turning space, sink, handrails, etc.
Elevator : Width, clearance, buttons, braile instructions, handrails, emergency communication, audible signal sound, floor surface, etc.
Sensory Needs: lights, tactile prints, braile literature, hearing impaired services, quiet atmosphere, etc.
Other: Emergency information, service dogs, ammenities.
Restaurant: Sensory Needs, Bathroom, Entrance, etc.
Business Center: Accesible meeting rooms, wheelchair accesible, assistive listening for meetings, hearing induction loop, etc.
Ammenities: Excercise facility, accesible pool, transportation, transfer airport/ station, etc.
Rooms: Accesible rooms, floors, bed types, corridor width, entry ways, emergency systems, power outlets, themostat height, surface heights, flat terrain, bathroom door entrance, sink height, grab bars toilet, grab bars shower, shower doors, steps, showerheads, benchs, etc.
Bathroom: Flat terrain, stall, entrance, turning space, sink height.