Installing an NDA disability handrail
Complies with Building Regulations

Our disabled access handrails are created with Kee Access fittings to ensure that they comply with Part M of the Building regulations.
The outer edge of the fittings is flush with the outer edge of the tube which it is connecting, meaning that the entire surface of the
handrail is kept smooth and continuous. This can make a big difference to the user, as it means that they will not have to lift their hand
off the rail from start to finish. This is an important feature as somebody with a disability may be dependent on the rail for safe access.


Become compliant

We are happy to guide you with the design of your handrail, ensuring that you are compliant with the National Disability Authority.


Long lasting safety rail

Our galvanized steel fittings formidably protect against the harsher elements, ensuring strong resistance to corrosion.

Easy to Assemble


There are no specialised tools or training required. Installation is quick and easy.

What makes a handrail NDA compliant?

NDA Compliant Handrail

Smooth and continuous

The handrails surface should be smooth and continuous along its entirety, with no breaks or terminations.

Terminated appropriately

Your railing must be terminated in a way which alerts users that it has come to an end. This can be achieved with a D-return or similar.

Edge protection

Where a drop off exists at the edge of a ramp, a bottom rail may be required to stop a wheelchair wheel from falling off. A mid-rail can suffice in some situations.

Why use our handrails?

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Browse our NDA guide

Examples of our disabled access handrails

Our team is here to help


Our experts will help you select the items you need to complete the project.

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