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JSA - JIS S 0015

Accessible design - Spoken instructions for consumer products

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Organization: JSA
Publication Date: 20 February 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 12
ICS Code (Aids for disabled or handicapped persons): 11.180
ICS Code (Domestic safety): 13.120
ICS Code (Home economics in general): 97.020
scope:

This Standard provides requirements for spoken instructions used as a measure to guide users, with or without visual or hearing impairment, in operating consumer products (hereafter referred to as products) or to inform them of the current status of products. The requirements contained in this Standard should be applied to products in consideration of and in line with their type and use condition (e.g. use in public place).

Spoken instructions covered by this Standard are generated either by recording and editing human voice, or creating synthetic voice from text. This Standard is not applicable to spoken instructions or broadcasting subject to stipulation of laws and regulations, such as an evacuation instruction in fire alarms, or those provided in equipment limited for special purposes, such as equipment for facilities, or equipment for commercial or professional purposes.

This Standard covers auditory signals used in conjunction with spoken instructions.

NOTE For general requirements for auditory signals, refer to JIS S 0013.

Document History

JIS S 0015
February 20, 2018
Accessible design - Spoken instructions for consumer products
This Standard provides requirements for spoken instructions used as a measure to guide users, with or without visual or hearing impairment, in operating consumer products (hereafter referred to as...

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