AODA Training in Ontario for Legal Compliance and Full Understanding

AODA training in Ontario is vital for all businesses. The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act was passed in 2005, and made significant changes to the ways in which businesses operate. Peak Performance Human Resources can help you understand the new AODA legislation, how it applies to your business, and what you need to do to comply with the requirements.

The purpose of AODA is to make Ontario “accessible to all”. This Act requires that businesses remove “barriers”, including organizational, technological, and attitudinal barriers that exist within the workplace. This can be a significant undertaking for any business, and is particularly challenging for small companies operating in Ontario.

The AODA (Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act) was passed in 2005, and the deadline for compliance is approaching – all businesses must comply with the Act by 2015.

Depending on the size of the organization, there are specific AODA requirements for training, policy and accessibility plans. Obviously, compliance can be difficult for small companies with a limited (or no) HR department. Peak Performance Human Resources offers support, guidance, policy creation, barrier identification and training to ensure that businesses are in compliance by the 2015 deadline. Whether your firm needs AODA training, policy development, accessibility plans and/or help identifying and removing barriers, Peak Performance Human Resources has the expertise and experience.

We invite you to call Peak Performance Human Resources at 416.822.3471 for a no-obligation consultation or click on the button below!