Common European criteria on accessibility of the built environment: UNE’s high-level workshop

 

The Spanish Association for Standardization, UNE, and Fundación ONCE, are organising the workshop ‘Towards common European criteria on accessibility of the built environment: Outcomes of Mandate M/420’ on 22 March 2021 from 10:00 to 12:00.

CEN and CENELEC are happy to participate to the workshop ‘Towards common European criteria on accessibility of the built environment: Outcomes of Mandate M/420’ on 22 March 2021 from 10:00 to 12:00, organised by the Spanish Association for Standardization, UNE, and Fundación ONCE.

 

Participants to the high-level event will have the opportunity to know the keys of the brand-new European standardization documents on the accessibility of the built environment (developed under Mandate M/420), and how they will help users in their day-to-day. In particular, he goal of the workshop is to present EN 17210:2021, FprCEN/TR 17621 and FprCEN/TR 17622 and explain the importance of these deliverables for public authorities and public procurers, designers, people with disabilities and older people. International sign language and live captions will be provided at the event.

 

The full agenda of the event can be found at this link.

All interested participants can register at the following link.

 

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Contact:

Nuno PARGANA
npargana@cencenelec.eu

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