ACCESSIBILITY MULTI-YEAR PLAN
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Max Advanced Brakes is committed to providing a barrier-free environment for all stakeholders, including clients, employees, job applicants, suppliers, and any visitors who enter the premises, access information provided by the company, or use the company’s goods and services.
The company will work to identify and remove barriers, and prevent new barriers, for persons with disabilities as they relate to employment, communication, the built environment, and transportation at Max Advanced Brakes. This policy outlines the company’s accessibility plan and strategy for identifying, removing, and preventing these barriers.
Barrier: Includes any physical, architectural, technological, or attitudinal, anything that is based on information or communications, or anything that is the result of a policy or a practice that hinders the full and equal participation in society of a person with an impairment, including a physical, mental, intellectual, cognitive, learning, communication, or sensory impairment, or a functional limitation.
Disability: Any impairment, including a physical, mental, intellectual, cognitive, learning, communication, and sensory impairment, or functional limitation that is either permanent, temporary, or episodic in nature. It can be evident or not in interaction with a barrier to hinder a person’s full and equal participation in society.
Guidelines Accessibility Plan
The accessibility plan will include an overview of our policies, programs, practices, and services in relation to the identification and removal of barriers, and the prevention of new barriers. The accessibility plan will be prepared and published starting, at the latest, July 11, 2020, and every three years following that, or sooner.
The accessibility plan will be developed in consultation with persons with disabilities and indicate the manner in which they were consulted. This process will be followed for the creation of and any updates made to the plan. Max Advanced Brakes will adhere to all requirements made by regulation in the development and ongoing maintenance of the accessibility plan.
Max Advanced Brakes understands that improving workplace accessibility and ensuring an accessible recruitment and selection process for applicants with disabilities can contribute to a more diverse and welcoming workplace culture. The company will make every effort to identify, remove, and prevent barriers by developing inclusive employment procedures that support persons with disabilities. Where necessary, accommodations will be made during the recruitment and selection stages, and throughout the employment life cycle. All training and development programs provided will consider employee’s barriers and abilities.
Upon request, Max Advanced Brakes will provide or arrange for accessible formats and communication supports for employees, applicants, or persons accessing the company’s goods or services. The company will consult with the individual to determine the specific barrier and the best way to provide support. Such accessible formats and communication supports are conversion-ready and will be provided in a timely manner and at no additional cost.
Max Advanced Brakes will work to ensure that the built environment, including building interiors and exteriors, are designed to facilitate barrier-free access to goods or services. If areas of the built environment are not accessible for certain individuals with disabilities, the company will work with the individual to provide an alternate means of access.
Max Advanced Brakes will ensure accessible transportation services are available for necessary individuals with a disability. If an individual cannot use conventional transportation services, the company will provide an alternate accessible method of transportation. Options will take into account the availability of the transportation, the nature of the disability, and any associated safety concerns.
Max Advanced Brakes welcomes feedback regarding our accessibility plan and any barriers encountered by persons with disabilities. Feedback forms, along with alternate methods of providing feedback verbally (in person or by telephone) or written (handwritten, delivered, website, or e-mail), will be available upon request. Individuals who provide formal feedback will receive acknowledgement of their feedback, along with any resulting actions based the concerns or complaints that were submitted.
Feedback can be submitted to: