Accessibility for all
What is AODA?
The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) was passed in 2005, with the goal of making all of Ontario accessible for people with disabilities by 2025. AODA is all about eliminating barriers to the same opportunities, environments and experiences that are the right of all Ontarians.
TES's Commitment to Accessibility
TES's commitment to human rights, equality of opportunity, and respectful, flexible service for all are central to the way we do business. We believe that our business and our society are enriched by the full participation of ALL members, and that human potential is our most valuable commodity. We believe that all people have the right to dignity, independence and respect.
TES has implemented AODA's requirements in all of its Ontario operations, and will ultimately be rolling out similar programs to its other offices across Canada and the US. We have designed and delivered training on AODA and accessible service to both our full-time staff and each contract worker sent out on assignment in Ontario.
Our Accessibility Plan
To download a copy of TES's Accessibility Plan for its Ontario operations, click here. To request a copy of the document in another format, email us or contact our head office at 1-800-818-4744.
To Provide Feedback
To provide feedback on any aspect of our accessibility practices, email us or contact our head office at 1-800-818-4744.