AODA Information & Compliance Kits
Effective January 1, 2016, Ontario employers with 50 or more employees in Ontario will be required to develop formalized individual accommodation / return to work plans for employees returning to work after a disability leave.
Under the Integrated Accessibility Standard—a regulation under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005—employers will be obligated to develop a process that determines and documents the accommodation needs of employees with disabilities, including the documentation of employee return to work plans.
The Williamson Group’s Return to Health® team has developed a generic kit to assist employers in complying with the AODA’s Section 28 Documented Accommodation Plans and Section 29 Return To Work Process. The kit includes the necessary forms and instructions to help guide you through the compliance process, as well as to help you determine your organization’s needs. All forms are provided in a generic and editable format so that organizations may use the content within their own policy templates, and apply their own branding where necessary.
To obtain a copy of the kit please fill out the form located here and allow 48 hours for your request to be processed and your kit to be emailed to you.
Existing clients of The Williamson Group are encouraged to contact their Consultant, and Prospective clients to contact Business Development, if you have any questions.
Please note—the AODA information supplied is intended as a support package to assist with AODA Section 28 and 29 compliance. The Williamson Group does not take legal responsibility for the content supplied within.