A typical report might describe each building element sequentially, how they affect people with particular impairments, and to what extent they fall short of the agreed access criteria.

Recommendations might then be made for remedial action and that action awarded a priority rating.

The final report of a full access audit should provide the information you need to draw up an effective

Access Action Plan’ in which access improvements, staff training and a revision of relevant policies, practices and procedures can be timetabled. The order in which recommendations are acted upon will depend in the first instance upon the priority they are given in the report, if for instance the present situation constitutes a hazard.