Enforcing AODA Compliance

Review attendees suggest several new ways of enforcing AODA compliance. For instance, they suggest that more AODA inspections should be taking place. In addition, these inspections must become more thorough. Under the current AODA, inspectors must find out whether businesses and other organizations have documents about accessibility. For instance, inspectors find out whether businesses have training documents, as well as accessibility policies and plans. However, inspectors do not find out whether a business is performing the services their documents describe. As a result, a business can create an accessibility policy but not perform the tasks in the policy, such as: