Multi-year accessibility plan

By January, 2016:

  1. Establish an Accessibility Policy that sets out how we address accessibility issues to ensure we are preventing and removing barriers to accessibility and meeting accessibility requirements under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act;
  2. Ensure that there are accessible means by which the public or employees can provide feedback to Liberty about their accessibility needs or our policies;
  3. Provide all publicly available emergency and public safety information in an accessible format, or with appropriate supports, upon request;
  4. Train employees to address any accessibility concerns that arise when dealing with the public or with each other. Ensure that employees know about available accommodations and how to request them;
  5. Ensure that people with disabilities can communicate with us in a way that they are comfortable. Inform the public of ways to communicate with us;
  6. Ensure that our hiring policies are accessible and that we notify applicants about any accommodations available before and during the recruitment process. Ensure that suitable accommodations are available for employees with disabilities;
  7. In our performance management, redeployment and career development processes, take into account the accessibility needs of employees with disabilities by reviewing and, as necessary, modifying its existing policies and procedures;
  8. Establish a process that allows employees to return to work after an absence due to a disability and provide accommodations they need to return;

By September, 2020:

  1. Ensured that our public websites and web content conform to the World Wide Web Consortium Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, Level AA (new websites and web content).

By December, 2021:

  1. Finalize and implement a regular compliance review policy with respect to our public website and web content.