Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) Policy
Front Row Sports is committed to diversity, inclusion, and accessibility for persons with
disabilities. This policy describes how Front Row Sports works with its employees, as
well as how it provides its services to its clients in a manner that respects the dignity,
independence, integration, and equal opportunity of persons with disabilities.
Duty to Accommodate
Front Row Sports is dedicated to providing a workplace culture of respect and inclusion.
Front Row Sports will accommodate an employee’s needs to prevent discrimination
based on the grounds of discrimination listed in the Canadian Human Rights Act. Front
Row Sports will accommodate the needs of people with disabilities and encourages
those who require accommodation to communicate their needs to management.
Front Row Sports permits persons with disabilities to use their personal assistive
devices while on the premises.
Front Row Sports is committed to communicating with persons with disabilities in ways
that take into account their disability.
Service animals and support persons
Front Row Sports welcomes onto its premises service animals and support persons
upon whom persons with disabilities rely.
Notice of temporary disruption
Front Row Sports will notify persons with disabilities promptly, via our website
www.frontrowsport.com or recorded voicemail in the event of a planned or unexpected
disruption to services or facilities. Any such notice will be provided in accessible
Front Row Sports will provide training to all of its employees regarding the provisions
and ways to ensure accessible services and workplace.
Training will occur on an ongoing basis and whenever changes are made to relevant
policies, practices, and procedures.
Front Row Sports is committed to accommodating the needs of people with disabilities
during the hiring process.
To request accommodation or assistance as an employee, please contact Dave
Front Row Sports encourages feedback regarding how it provides programs, goods and
services to persons with disabilities. This can be provided via the following methods: