Melitron’s Accessibility Policy - Melitron

Melitron’s Accessibility Policy

This policy outlines Melitron’s commitment to meeting the accessibility needs of persons with disabilities in a way that respects their dignity, independence, and rights of equal opportunity and access.

Melitron is committed to ensuring that people with disabilities have equal access and opportunities. We treat people with disabilities with respect and consideration, allowing them to maintain their independence and dignity. We remove and prevent accessibility barriers and comply with all relevant laws and regulations, including those set out in human rights and accessibility-related legislation.

As part of our commitment, Melitron provides:

  • goods, services, and programs in an accessible manner
  • information and communications available in accessible formats
  • workplace processes that are accessible across all stages of the employment lifecycle.

Further to this commitment, this Policy together with Melitron’s Multi-Year Accessibility Plan outline the Company’s phased-in strategy for identifying, removing and preventing barriers to accessibility.

Accessibility is integrated into Melitron’s communications methods and websites as follows

Communications Methods – Accessibility is integrated into Melitron’s communication methods as follows:

  • Feedback – Melitron ensures its process for receiving and addressing feedback is accessible by providing or arranging for the provision of accessible formats and communication supports, upon request.
  • Accessible Formats and Communication Supports – Melitron recognizes that persons with disabilities may use alternative methods to access information or services and will, upon request, arrange for the provision of information and communication in an alternative format. The Company will consult with the person making the request in determining the suitability of an accessible format or communication support.

  • Websites and Web Content – Melitron’s external websites and web content conform to Level A and Level AA of the Worldwide Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.

Accessibility is integrated into Melitron’s employment-related practices as follows:

Emergency Response Plan

  • Melitron provides workplace emergency information to all its employees. An alternative emergency response plan will be completed, and updated as required, for each employee with a disability for whom the Company is aware and an individualized plan is necessary.


  • Melitron notifies all internal and external job applicants in job postings and when inviting an applicant to an interview or assessment that accommodation is available upon request. When arranging accommodation, the Company consults with the job applicant to determine their specific accessibility needs.
  • When an offer of employment is made, Melitron notifies the successful applicant of its policies for accommodating employees with disabilities.


  • Melitron informs its employees of its policies relating to accessibility for employees with disabilities, including during orientation and onboarding.
  • In response to an employee request for accommodations, the Company will, in consultation with the employee, provide or arrange for the provision of accessible formats and communication support for information that is required in order for the employee to perform their job and access information that is generally available to employees in the workplace.
  • Employees requiring accommodation should advise their supervisor/manager and/or Human Resources Business Partner. Employees may be required to support their request with medical documentation. The Company will develop written individual accommodation plans for colleagues with disabilities.

Return to Work from Disability-related Leave

  • Melitron maintains a documented return-to-work process outlining how the Company facilitates the return to work of employees who have been absent from work due to a disability and require accommodation to return. In Ontario, the process includes the use of a written individual accommodation plan.
  • Employees should notify their supervisor/manager and/or Human Resources Business Partner of an impending return to work as far in advance of the return to work as possible.

Performance Management and Career Development

  • Melitron takes the accessibility needs of employees with disabilities and individual accommodation plans into account in all performance management and career development processes.


  • Where Melitron redeploys an employee with a disability, the employee’s accessibility needs and individual accommodation plan are to be considered so that the employee’s accommodation needs are met.

Accessibility is integrated into Melitron’s training programs. Training is provided to employees and those who provide services on the Company’s behalf on the standards set by provincial legislation regarding accessibility as well as any aspect of local human rights legislation relating to persons with disabilities. Training is:

  • appropriate to the duties of the person undergoing training
  • provided before or as soon as possible after the person commences job duties and whenever Melitron alters its policies or practices regarding accessibility.

Melitron’s Multi-Year Accessibility Plan provides details about our commitment to this Policy. These documents are available in accessible formats upon request from

To request specific accessibility accommodations or to provide feedback, please contact:

Human Resources
Melitron Corporation
Toll-free: 1-888-666-4309
Contact Melitron form

Standard and accessible formats of this document are free upon request from

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