AODA

AODA

Facility Cleaning & Maintenance

New AODA updates underscore maintenance

With 2017 underway, Ontario-based companies must now enact specific AODA requirements to ensure accessibility for employees and customers.
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REMI Network

Feds seek input for new accessibility legislation

The Government of Canada is seeking input to inform plans for new accessibility legislation that will address barriers to inclusion.
AODA

REMI Network

Ontario to begin retail audits under AODA

Retail companies in Ontario with 500 or more employees should start preparing for provincial compliance audits related to AODA.
ORHMA steps up building accessibility strategy

REMI Network

ORHMA steps up building accessibility strategy

The Ontario Restaurant, Hotel & Motel Association (ORHMA) has joined forces with Adaptability Canada in an effort to meet AODA requirements.
accessibility certification program

REMI Network

Accessibility certification program in the works

The Ontario government announced May 29 that it will develop an accessibility certification program that will recognize leaders in accessibility.
Accessibility

Canadian Property Management

Tips for accessible, AODA-friendly buildings

Legislation regarding the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) can be an advantage for property managers and building owners, says Colin McCarthy, founder of
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Canadian Property Management

Compliance with AODA lessens liability risk

Many of Ontario’s building owners and managers are now struggling to decipher requirements for barrier-free access in the Ontario Building Code (OBC), under the Accessibility
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Canadian Facility Management & Design

Ontario’s move toward accessibility

New accessibility regulations and innovative ideas are transforming Ontario's infrastructure.
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Canadian Facility Management & Design

Gearing up for a new AODA round

Timelines to implement standards for integrated accessibility regulation (IAR), which encompass accessibility standards in three areas (information and communication, employment and transportation), have been set.