Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA)
Canadian Curtis Inc. is committed to ensuring accessibility for all customers, including those with disabilities. Adhering to the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) regulations is an important step in creating an inclusive and welcoming environment. Here are a few accessibility procedures ensuring that:
- Our communication methods are accessible to individuals with various disabilities. This may include providing information in alternative formats such as large print, or electronic formats,
- Ensuring that our website is accessible, following the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). This ensures that people with disabilities can easily navigate and access information online,
- Beyond training our staff, ensure that our physical facilities are accessible. This includes ramps, and clear pathways for individuals using mobility aids,
- Establishing a system for customers to provide feedback on the accessibility of our services. This feedback helps to identify areas for improvement and demonstrate our commitment to ongoing accessibility,
- Keeping staff informed and updated on accessibility standards and any changes in regulations and promoting our commitment to accessibility,
- Considering the needs of customers with disabilities in our emergency preparedness plans. Ensuring that evacuation procedures are accessible for everyone, including those with mobility challenges or other disabilities,
- By implementing inclusive hiring practices to ensure that individuals with disabilities are given equal opportunities for employment within our organization.
- We regularly review and stay informed about any updates or changes to accessibility regulations to ensure ongoing compliance.
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