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Guidelines and Resources for Designing Grocery Check-Stands

This PDF document from CATEA, Center for Assistive Technology & Environmental Access, is an illustrated guide that provides information that can be used to design, develop, test, refine, and evaluate retail grocery checkstands. This guide is meant to maximize independence and participation of people with disabilities in the workplace and includes diagrams with measurements for work spaces.

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Posted by: EmmaB on Wed Dec 16, 2020 at 10:40 a.m.

I feel like this is very important and needed because no matter what, everyone, including people with disabilities need to have access at a grocery store.

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