Tel: 416-307-0008 | Contact: authority@odacc.ca

Accessibility

 

Ontario Dispute Adjudication for Construction Contracts (“ODACC”) believes in integration, equal opportunity, access and participation for people with disabilities. We are committed to meeting the needs of persons with disabilities in a timely manner, and will do so by ensuring compliance with Ontario’s accessibility laws and by identifying, preventing and removing barriers to accessibility.


ODACC’s documents and policies on accessibility are available upon request. Please see below for details on making such a request.

 

Making an Accomodation Request

If you require accommodations prior to visiting our offices or while visiting one of our offices, please contact us by emailing ODACC at authority@odacc.ca or by telephone at 416.307.0008 or toll free at 1.8888.221.3721.

 

We welcome service animals, support persons and assistive devices in each of our offices.

 

Customer Service Feedback

We welcome feedback from the public regarding this policy and its implementation. Feedback regarding the way ODACC provides services to persons with disabilities can be made:

 

In person at:

ODACC

180 Duncan Mill Road, 4th Floor

Toronto, Ontario

M3B 1Z6

 

By telephone at:
416.307.0008 or toll free at 1.8888.221.3721.

 

In writing to:
ODACC

180 Duncan Mill Road, 4th Floor

Toronto, Ontario

M3B 1Z6

 

Electronically to: 

Email: authority@odacc.ca

 

Web Accessibility

ODACC works to ensure that its web content is accessible to a wide range of visitors, however, if you find something that you cannot access, please contact ODACC by emailing authority@odacc.ca with a link to the webpage that you cannot access and details on the information you cannot access.

Please note that ODACC’s website includes links to external content.  ODACC does not and cannot control the accessibility of this external content.

 

Browsers and Operating Systems

An individual’s internet browser has built-in features to make reading easier and more accessible. The accessibility settings are helpful to individuals with visual difficulties, hearing loss, discomfort in their hands or arms, or reasoning and cognitive issues.

 

Depending on an individual’s browser, an individual may:


  • Zoom in on a Web page to magnify text, images, and controls on the page

  • Change text size and font style

  • Set up a style sheet to format documents to your preferences

  • Choose or ignore colours used on Web pages making them easier to see by changing the text, background, link and hover colors

  • Maintain operating system preferences like high contrast mode and colour preferences so they work in your browser

 

For more information on your browser and operating system’s feature, please click on the webpage links below: 


Browsers


Operating Systems


Site map

ODACC’s site map shows all of the pages on the ODACC website, in plain text, in an outline format. This makes it very easy to use the Tab key to navigate to any part of the site.

 

More Information

For more information, please see ODACC’s Accessible Customer Service Policy


Need Support?

Contact us at authority@odacc.ca

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