Wayne Boyle, Managing Director of Australian Disabled Access Consultants has been appointed to the Health NSW Sydney South West Area Health Service’s Community Participation Network Committee in March 2011 and the Community Participation Network Equality of Access Sub-committee in August 2011.
Health NSW operates the Sydney South West Area Health Service Community Participation Network Committee regional departmental administration service from Macquarie Hospital in Sydney’s northern suburbs.
Australian Disabled Access Consultants is a national disability access consultancy business based in the City of Canada Bay in Sydney, NSW.
A Disability Access Consultant, Wayne Boyle is a member of the Canada Bay Council Disability Access Advisory Committee and a recipient of the 2010 Sustainability Award for 25 years of service in the field of disabled access consultancy services to the local community.
Wayne Boyle was appointed to the Health NSW Sydney South West Area Health Service’s Community Participation Network Committee and the Community Participation Network Equality of Access Sub-committee to:
The Australian Standards for disability access cover:
- Continue his community service to protect the rights and improve the quality of living for people with disabilities and special needs
- Provide technical building design support and advice for dignified and equality of access into and within the hospital’s buildings and grounds for people with disabilities and special needs
- Ensure disability access complied with the NSW Government disability access policies, the Disability Access to Premises 2010 Standards, Part D3 of the Building Code of Australia 2011 and Australian Standards
- Health services building design
- Wheelchair user access and ambulant person’s access
- Ramps, walkways, stairways, steps and landings
- Building interiors and public places layout and landscaping designs
- Car parking area layouts and parking facilities
Wayne Boyle, Managing Director of Australian Disabled Access Consultants believes that people with disabilities and special needs have the same rights to life and privileges enjoyed by able-bodied people within the community.
Accepting the Equality of Access Sub-committee appointment, Wayne Boyle says that he will continue to work for people with disabilities and special needs to defend their rights and improve their quality of living.