Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) Multi-Year Accessibility Plan






Communicate publicly the NHLPA’s commitment to providing a workplace that is accessible for persons with disabilities whether they are members, visitors, or candidates for employment.

Develop Public Accessibility Policy and Commitment Statement.

Post both Public Accessibility Policy and Commitment Statement on



Build and maintain awareness and understanding for our staff of our requirements under the AODA, OHRC and our Accessibility Policy while providing practical information for supporting people with disabilities.

Train NHLPA staff on AODA, OHRC and the NHLPA Accessibility Policy.  Tracking, and maintaining records of time of completion.

Incorporate AODA and OHRC to new hire orientation process.



Support all aspects of employment with the NHLPA for staff with disabilities through accommodations that address accessibility needs. 

Develop NHLPA Accommodation and Accessibility Policy for employees.

Develop and document individual workplace accommodation plans as required.

Communicate Policy to staff and review regularly.



Communicate accessibility commitment statement to encourage people of all abilities to apply for positions at the NHLPA.

Create career page link on providing access to currently available job postings.

Statement of Commitment to Accessibility and Accommodation for all prospective candidates requiring accommodation due to disability posted on Career page link.



NHLPA website to conform with the applicable World Wide Web Consortium Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Level A and Level AA. technology updates will be updated to confirm with World Wide Web Consortium Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Level A and Level AA to.

Information and Communications

As new website is implemented in 2024