Awards and Certificates help agencies to incentivize better building access
ComplyPOD allows you to incentivize better building accessibility by creating awards, standards and certificates for building owners to achieve. The ability to reward and publicise better access for businesses can supercharge the speed of change in smart cities
How Does it Work?
Awards are an easy and cost effective way for government agencies, charities or operators to incentivize better accessibility
ComplyPOD used to complete audit of an entrant's building
Participants in the awards certificates will need to complete the audit. Building data is inputted by the user, utilizing ComplyPOD’s easy to use interface. The tested simplicity ensures anybody can input data, regardless of technical expertise, saving government clients time and money.
Bespoke compliance report is generated for entrant building
ComplyPOD’s software calculates the audit data to a determine if building can be awarded a certificate of excellence. If any areas are not compliant with regulations the user will be able to use design guidance, tools and templates to improve their venue before recompleting the audit
User is sent a digital brand logo and awards certificate
Once the building passes the accessibility regulations set out in national guidelines, the building can be awarded a certain level of excellence, depending on score from audit. The digital certificate will be sent to user and a brand logo can be used on signatures, as part of their corporate sustainability brand.
Business can present certificate at premises and use brand logo
The business can proudly present their awards certification, showing they have completed a building audit and were successful in creating an accessible building for their customers or guests. A media pack will be available for users to use the brand logo on signatures, letterheads, websites and other marketing media.
Who can manage awards systems?
Awards are useful for any operator, owner or management company with a large portfolio of buildings
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Frequently Asked Questions
ComplyPOD is a compliance software suite that allows people to complete an audit of their own building using mobile, tablet or web based platform. The software calculates compliance and produces a bespoke action plan containing all design guidance, tools and resources for users to make necessary changes to building.
ComplyPOD has been specifically designed to be user friendly to cut out all the jargon and complex engineering language that makes carrying out a building audit difficult if not highly trained in building regulations
The building regulations used as relevant to the city or country. Simply select the country and we’ll do the rest. So for example, the UAE uses the UAE Universal Design Code and Saudi Arabia uses a combination of guidance from the King Salman Center for Disability Research and regulations from the Saudi National Building Code. For cities like Riyadh there is additional guidance available, specific to that city.
Yes, ComplyPOD has been designed for a variety of uses and clients. If you are a small business and want to understand how to attract more customers or ensure disabled people can join your workforce, you can undertake a one-off audit that will provide an action plan and recommend any changes needed.
Yes. Many government clients want to digitize the approvals process to improve efficiency and remove expensive cost of reviewing large amounts of building permit or licence renewals. ComplyPOD automates the review process, saving huge amounts of time and money for clients
Yes, many clients own or manage a large number of buildings and want to improve access across all of their assets. The ComplyPOD allows any building manager to carry out an audit and the compliance database collates data over large areas, identifying and addressing access issues with minimal client involvement.
An audit identifies all elements of a building that are not compliant with national building regulations relating to accessibility. It finds out all the parts of a building that are causing an obstacle or hazard to people with a disability. The audit data can be used by businesses to address access issues and governments to enable businesses to comply with regulations.