Accessibility Policy

Ben Moss Jewellers Accessibility Policy-  Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act  (AODA) 

Ben Moss Jewellers (hereon referred to as “Ben Moss”), is committed to providing accessibility and exceptional customer service to every customer served , and to ensure that all employees uphold and support this policy in full compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

Ben Moss is committed to meeting the accessibility needs of persons with disabilities and all documents required will be made available upon request.

Ben Moss will ensure that training is provided to all Ontario employees in regards to the “Ontario Integrated Accessibility Standards”, (IASR)

These standards are developed to break down barriers and increase accessibility for persons with disabilities in the areas of information, communication and employment.

Ben Moss has developed a Multi-Year Accessibility Plan, which details our strategy and supports our commitment to these standards.

CJ Ltd. AODA Accessibility Policy

Policies: Develop, implement, and maintain written policies governing how the organization achieves or will achieve accessibility through meeting requirements in the Regulation. Posted on Website and CharmU (Internal Learning System). Organizational Commitment: Include a written statement of organizational commitment to meet the accessibility needs of persons with disabilities in their policies. CJ Ltd, (hereon referred to as Charm) is committed to providing an environment that provides increased accessibility for persons with disabilities for our customers, employees and visitors to our sites. Publicize: Make policies or description of policies publicly available. Posted on Website and CharmU (Internal Learning System). Accessibility Plan: Establish, implement, maintain, and document a multi-year accessibility plan which outlines the organization’s strategy to prevent and remove barriers for our customers, employees, job applicants, and visitors. Created a multi-year accessibility plan, consistent with the policy required and will review and update at least once every five years. Posted on Website and CharmU (Internal Learning System). Review: Review and update plan every 5 years. Review and update by January 2019.Training: Provide training on accessibility standards and Human Rights Code re: persons with disabilities, to all employees and all persons who provide goods, services, or facilities to the organization. Training provided and posted to CharmU (Internal Learning System). Accessibility Report: Section 14 of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act requires an accessibility report be filed showing compliance with the Regulation. Reports due every 3 years. First Report: Due by December 31, 2014. Next Report: Due by December 31, 2017. First report filed May 2014. File second report by December 31, 2017.