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Accessibility Infrastructure and Support

April 10, 2024

It was discussed that disabled patrons are often overlooked and the training content that described how to provide respectful service to patrons with a disability was enthusiastically taken on, with intention to provide to staff.

Venues now seek to re-evaluate their infrastructure, reflect on building codes and provide online resources for access patrons on how to access their venue and ensuring companion card holders are admitted free-of-charge.



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Safer Venues WA advocates and celebrates on the unceded lands of the Whadjuk Noognar people.
We pay our respects to Elders past and present. We pay deep respect to the rich knowledge, culture, music and songlines in the continuation of their culture for the past 45,000+ years in South Western Australia.

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