These situations have a number of users, who all have differing requirements, including hearing aid users who require some sort of access.
With acts such as the Equality Act 2010 pressurising buildings to comply and enable access to everyone including people with hearing impairments. The Equality Act 2010 aims to prevent disability discrimination, and provides legal rights in areas of employment, access to goods and services and education. Therefore commercial buildings need to provide access in terms of employment and access to the public.
There are a number of hearing solutions that can provide access to hearing aid users. Induction loops are the all round solution as they can bring sound to every hearing aid user, everywhere and instantly without the need of an extra receiver. This means that any number of hearing aid users can benefit from the hearing loop at a given time.
An induction loop system can be suitable in a number of situations from counters and reception desks, to meeting rooms, and they can come in portable or fixed solutions.
There are also personal hearing solutions that we supply, these can help employees with an hearing impairment access and hear every word in face to face conversations, group meetings, or to use the telephone.