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Service Providers - Do you know that OHAC assists organisations to make all levels of the organisation accessible?

Services Providers in Ireland have a legal requirement to ensure the delivery of their services are accessible to all people including people with disabilities.  For example the Equal Status Act 2000-2011 prohibits discrimination in the provision of goods and services under nine grounds (one of these grounds being disability).   The Equal Status Act applies to both the private and public sectors in Ireland.

Part 3 of the Disability Act 2005, also requires public bodies in Ireland to ensure the services they deliver are accessible for people with disabilities.  Part 3 of the Disability Act 2005 covers Access to buildings; Services; Procurement; Access to Information and Making Heritage Sites and buildings accessible to name a few.  Part 5 of the Act covers employment and sets out a number of requirements for public bodies in relation to same.

OHAC works with and assists our clients  in ensuring that all people working in or using the services of the organisiation can maximise their own individual abilities, and can have full, equal, confident, independent and safe participation within their organisation.

Our services include:

Recent Projects that we have assisted organisations include:

For further information on upcoming training  'Making Services Accessible for All' click here or if you would like to avail of consultancy services in this area, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01-4151285 or [email protected].