Companies and Enterprises prepared to welcome everyone

What is the Wheelguide Certification?

The Wheelguide Certification is a program that recognizes the best accessibility practices in the world

Its original methodology was developed by an interdisciplinary team, composed by specialist architects, researchers and people with disabilities. It is based on the premise that accessibility should be seen as a continuous exercise and on the concept that “accessible environments” are made by both the physical structure and the people in it.

Thus, the evaluation goes way beyond the compliance with the applicable legislation and the technical standards developed by the regulatory bodies. By understanding accessibility as a living organism and incorporating human factors, the process of evaluation also takes into account the practical experience of people with disabilities as well as the perception of the regular users of space, besides interpersonal treatment aspects.


How does the Wheelguide Certification process work?

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The Wheelguide Certification is a boost for companies to advance in ESG

Safety and well-being
in the workplace

Places which are well prepared to welcome everyone attract customers, employees, suppliers and make it possible for people with and without disabilities to hang together without any kind of restriction.


Check out some of the companies and enterprises that have earned the Wheelguide Certification

Mercado Livre




Santander Sede SP


Infinity Tower


WT Morumbi


EZ Towers



It is a program that recognizes and enhances best practices related to accessibility and inclusion. The professional evaluation includes technical standards, functional tests of the spaces, training and engagement campaigns through the Wheelguide platform, allowing everyone to participate in the process.

The Wheelguide Certification is intended for enterprises and companies which value inclusion and understand accessibility as a strategic differential for their businesses.

Some of the Wheelguide Certification benefits are safety and well-being in the work environment, accessible attitude in customer service, employee awareness, digital volunteering, engagement with the cause, improvements in urban mobility, social responsibility and growth of positive impact (ESG).

The Step 1 is the Technical Evaluation and Functional Experience, which is carried out on site by expert architects and people with disabilities who evaluate the space from a normative and practical point of view.

The Step 2 is Experience Enhancement which includes the teams’ follow-up through technical support, employees’ training and research application to engage the occupants in this cause so as to reduce attitudinal barriers and provide a good experience for everyone.

Technical and Functional Evaluation: critical accessibility barriers should not be detected.
Research and Engagement: minimum quorum of respondents must be reached
(the number of eligible participants is set according to the size of the company).
Training: minimum quorum of respondents must be reached
(the number of eligible participants is set according to the size of the company).

The cost of the first step, i.e. Technical Evaluation and Functional Experience is based on the footage and the complexity level of the place.
The cost related to the second step, i.e. Experience Enhancement is a monthly cost and it gives access to a suite of services according to the number of occupants and complexity of the enterprise.

Yes, the Wheelguide Certification must be maintained.

Yes, annually the impact of the Wheelguide Certification on companies and enterprises is measured and reported using globally disseminated references such as Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), based on the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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