Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits discrimination based on disability in the activities of places of public accommodations and requires newly constructed or altered places of public accommodation—as well as commercial facilities to comply with the ADA Standards.

With the rise of drive-by ADA lawsuits in the United States, it is incumbent upon business owners and operators alike to ensure ADA compliance within their organizations. To combat potential litigation and ensure your facility meets ADA compliance, NASP created this brand new, 16-hour certificate course to assist learners in their compliance goals.

The ADA Compliance Certificate provides in-depth guidance on the ADA accessibility standards to properly equip learners with the knowledge necessary to inspect, assess, and make improvements to their facility to prevent future ADA litigation. This course also discusses the rise of drive-by and surf-by ADA lawsuits and provides case studies with which to better understand precedent-setting case law. Enroll before June 30th to take advantage of our introductory pricing for just $495 (regularly $595). Use code ADA100 to save.

Purchase NASP’s ADA Compliance Certificate Course


About the Author

Eric Gislason

Eric Gislason is the CEO and Executive Director of NASP. He is also one of the principal trainers, specializing in OSHA compliance and development of workplace safety culture. Eric has over 33 years of experience in the EHS field, having trained individuals from across the spectrum on OSHA/EPA compliance including manufacturing, oil and gas, construction, warehousing, healthcare, and retail.
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