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James Bull : Access and Security

General Information

45 Sandyford Street, Waltham, Christchurch 8023

03 366 7123

Opening Times - Check before visiting as might change

Monday-Thursday 8am - 5pm | Friday 8am - 4:30pm | Saturday 9am -3pm

Overview
We have been unlocking solutions for over 83 years... keys, locks, car remotes and transponders, safes, access control, and now the latest in electronic access options to manage doors into and out of offices, homes, schools, halls etc
Notes for Cardholders

None

Standing and Queuing
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Show your Hāpai Card / Lanyard and we will Bring you to the front of the queue. There is plenty of space in our showroom where you can stand, lean or sit and be away from the pressure of queues, and in reality we don't have more than 5-6 people in the area at any one time.
Level Access
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We have accessible parking adjacent to a slight ramp to a large slider door. Once inside there is ample room to move around, and access to an accessible toilet is through an opening wide door.
Distances
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Our accessible park is only 3m from the main door and from the door to the showroom counter is only 8m.
Urgent Toilet Access
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We have one accessible toilet just 10 metres away behind the counter and several other standard toilets in the building. Grab one of our teams attention if you wish to be directed to the toilet, we will be discreet.
Disability Assist Dogs
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We welcome disability assistance dogs to accompany their owner into our shop, dogs that are not trained as disability assistance dogs are not permitted in the shop. This is to prevent interference with disability assistance dogs, If your dog is thirsty please let us know and we would be more than happy to provide a bowl of water. Our staff will let you know the most appropriate place for the dog to go to the toilet.
Essential Companions
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Essential Companions are welcome.
Difficulty Accessing Visual Information
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Through the staff's training with the Hāpai Access Card, they are aware of how they can modify and how they communicate with you. Also how they can assist you if you are blind and low vision, this includes discussing prices with you or guiding you to a table or toilet and around the building.
Difficulty Accessing Audible Information
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Through the training that the staff have done with the Hāpai Access Card, they are aware of how they can modify how they communicate with you. This includes making sure you can see their face when speaking, speaking clearly, use of pen and paper and being patient. The staff are aware of the NZ Relay service, so please use this if you think it appropriate when ringing if needed.
Hidden Disabilities
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Through the training that the staff have done with the Hāpai Access Card, they are aware of how they can modify how they communicate with you. This includes making sure you can see their face when speaking, speaking clearly, use of pen and paper and being patient. The staff are aware of the NZ Relay service, so please use this if you think it appropriate when ringing if needed.
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