Category compliance

Why the Airlines in Canada and the US need a Strategic Approach to Accessibility

Why the Airlines in Canada and the US need a Strategic Approach to Accessibility.  

Ontario Disabilities Act Creates Compliance Confusion – The Globe and Mail

Business whom we speak with are still not even aware of the CSS which was due January 2012. Reporting timelines have been changed but private business still needs to comply; and the next phase includes the Integrated Standards and Emergency Plans to help clear up the confusion Ontario disabilities act creates compliance confusion – […]

Emergency preparedness: What our Clients Need to Know Now

Emergency preparedness: Current AODA requirement for persons with disabilities Under the Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulations of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), effective January 1, 2012, all organizations in Ontario must provide and make available in an accessible format or with appropriate communication supports, information about emergency response plans and public safety to customers, […]

Canadian Human Rights Commission News Room from OPC

Canadian Human Rights Commission : News Room; OPC wants to ensure all employers in Ontario start to see Accessibility Complaint Trends NCC sets New Standard for Universal AccessibilityYORK STREET STEPS SETTLEMENT PROTECTS THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES Canada’s Capital Region — The National Capital Commission (NCC) is creating a new committee to provide ongoing […]

Wayfinding Design Principles in Anticipation of the AODA Requirements

The ADA and AODA Require Way Finding to be improved in Public Spaces and Offices  JESleeth, Olga Dosis, CL DeMaeyer OPC Inc While hiking along what was supposed to be a marked trail with three friends in Muskoka we quickly found 30 minutes into the hike that we were lost lost & lost. It was only by […]