The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act, 2005 (AODA) is a law passed by the Ontario Legislature that allows the government to develop specific standards of accessibility and to enforce them. These standards are developed to remove barriers and increase accessibility for persons with disabilities in the areas of information and communications and employment.This Accessibility Standards Policy (“The Policy”) has been established in compliance with Regulation 191/11, “Integrated Accessibility Standards” (“Regulation”) under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and is intended to meet the requirements of the Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulations. This Policy should be read together with the Accessibility Plan for the company’s complete response to the Regulation’s requirements.This policy establishes accessibility standards applicable to the person with disabilities in the following areas of the Company’s operations: Information and Communications, employment and human resources, and facilities open to the members of the public.The company is governed by this policy, the Company’s Accessible Customer Service Policy and such other policies that the Company may adopt to make its products, services and operations accessible to persons with disabilities.This policy applies to all employees, volunteers, agents or contractors who deal with members of the public or other third parties in Ontario on behalf of the company.The standards set out in the Regulation, as reflected in this Policy, are not a replacement or a substitution for the requirements established under the Ontario Human Rights Code; nor do the standards limit the obligations owed to person with disabilities in Ontario under any other legislation. This policy will be implemented in accordance with the time frames established by the Regulation.
All employees working at Dovercourt Management Corporation, Autotek Electroplating Ltd. and Olympic Coaters Ltd.must follow the principles of dignity, independence and equal opportunity. This Accessibility Standards Policy also applies to every employee who deals with members of the general public on the companies behalf.
We are committed to meeting the requirements of the accessibility standards, established by Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act, AODA 2005. Our mission is to make reasonable efforts to ensure that policies, procedures and practices pertaining to the provision of goods and services to the public and third parties, align with independence, dignity and equal opportunity. Our aim at all times is to provide our goods and services in a way that respects the dignity and independence of people with disabilities. We value excellence in customer service for everyone who may benefit from our services. This policy supports the principles as it provides respectful services that focus on the needs of each individual. Through these policies and procedures, our companies intend to be respectful to the dignity and independence of persons with disabilities and we are committed to providing accessible integrated programs that will be designed to meet individual needs in the near future.
Policies and Plans
Our accessibility plan outlines the policies and actions that we will put in place to improve opportunities for people with disabilities.We have established and documented policies that explain how the company will meet its obligations to persons with disabilities under the Regulation. We have also established and documented a Multi-Year Accessibility Plan, which will outline our strategies to prevent and remove barriers for persons with disabilities within our operations and will improve opportunities for people with disabilities.Upon request, we will provide a copy of our Accessibility Policy to members of the public in an accessible format. We will review and update the Accessibility Plan at least once every five years.To view our complete policies, as it pertains to our Integrated Accessibility Standards, we invite you to click on any of the following :
For More Information
This policy has been developed to break down barriers and increase accessibility for persons with disabilities in the areas of Employment, Information and Communications, Transportation and Design of Public Spaces. If anyone has any questions about this policy or would like to obtain this document in an alternative format, please contact us at:354 Humberline DriveEtobicoke, OntarioM9W 5S3Telephone: (416) 213-1706Fax: (416) firstname.lastname@example.org