Good morning everyone,
Before I start let me express my appreciation to each of you for your
commitment to inclusion. At the end of the day the resources alone at least
for me fortifies my hope.
I have what I trust is a simple question, although the situation is a
A couple of years back at least we discussed the technical baseline
clause, how some companies use this to avoid compliance even with basic
things like keyboard functioning by stating they use say jaws, You must
My understanding then was that a company cannot place such requirements on
the general public.
Can anyone document for me if this remains the case?
I have one of those situations that if I used what the company is claiming
I must use...it would actually do me physical harm.
so I want to share with the mediator that making such requirements
violates WACG in general. I am in Ontario and was told privately that the
AODA incorporates WACG into its standards. The Ontario Human Rights Code
has a greater level of mandate undue hardship, meaning regardless the
company is violating the latter, but they are claiming the former.