In the previous installment of this series on the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), we talked about the general and common requirements for the Information and Communication, Employment and Transportation Standards found in the Proposed Integrated Accessibility Regulation (PIAR), which is slated to become law around July 2011 (not confirmed). In addition to these general requirements, there are specific requirements for each of the PIAR standards. We will review the specific proposed requirements for these standards in this and subsequent posts. This post will focus on the specific requirements under the AODA Information and Communication Standard.
For more, read my latest post on the topic on Slaw.
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