Accessible Canada act (ACA)

What is the ACA? The Accessible Canada act (ACA) is a Federal Law in Canada that requires certain Industries to comply with accessibility rules. The ACA came into force on 12th July 2019. It has taken years of efforts for advocates and other organizations to get the (ACA) passed. Authorities in Canada have conducted months […]

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European Accessibility Act (EAA)

What is the EAA (European Accessibility Act)? The EAA establishes common rules on accessibility with the goal of removing barriers that affect people with disabilities. The EAA applies to any product or service that is sold or used within the European Union, so even if your business has its headquarters in another country, you’ll need

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Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA)

As a business owner who wants to make sure he/she is providing a welcoming environment for everyone, there are certain steps one must take. These include ensuring accessibility standards are met, and that employees receive training to help them understand how to interact with people with special needs. In addition, businesses should also be aware of any relevant legislation regarding disability rights so we prepared this guide to help you. What is the AODA? The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) is a provincial law in Canada that requires all public and private sector entities to make their services, programs, and facilities accessible to people who have disabilities.  The

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