Statement of Commitment
Tomlinson is committed to providing and maintaining an accessible workplace. Tomlinson is dedicated to treating all individuals in a way that will maintain their independence and dignity. We are continuing to make improvements to maintain our commitment to meeting the accessibility needs of people with disabilities.
As part of the requirements under Ontario’s law, Tomlinson will provide and ensure all employees receive the appropriate mandatory Accessibility Training.
Information and Communications
Tomlinson is committed to meeting the communication needs of people living with disabilities. We will consult with the individuals affected to determine their specific needs.
Tomlinson will respond to all feedback received by people with disabilities within 72 business hours and work to correct any issues that may arise. Any concerns should be made to the Health and Safety team at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (613) 822-1867.
Tomlinson has accessibility format and communication support upon request on the feedback process
Tomlinson is committed to fair and accessible employment practices. We will take the following steps to notify the public and staff when requested. Tomlinson will accommodate people with disabilities during the recruitment and assessment process and upon hire.
Design of Public Spaces
Tomlinson will meet the Accessibility Standards for the Design of Public Spaces when building or making major modifications to public spaces.
Tomlinson is developing a plan to address the accessibility of their locations to maintain compliance with Ontario’s Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).
The organization will take action if a complaint is received about the manner in which it provides goods, services and facility to persons with disabilities.
All project plans must address how accessibility has been incorporated into the project planning process. All employees will consider the needs of people with disabilities from the start to prevent creating accessibility barriers in project design.