Australia has a well-established code structure at the national level that includes disability standards. The country enacted an Access to Premise Standards for its Disability Discrimination Act in 1992. These standards, developed into formal language by Standards Australia, a non-profit standards development organization (Documented as AS14281.1) is integrated into the national Building Code for Australia and located in section D3.6 (Last updated in 2009). Braille standards are developed by the Australian Braille Authority. The national building code is enforced by local code officials.
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