Accessibility plan

At Trimac we believe that you should never have to compromise on safety. That’s why we work so hard to train our staff and partners to provide high-quality service at every turn. Trimac maintains a workplace that accommodates the diverse needs of employees with disabilities. We identify and eliminate barriers that hinder the full and equal participation of individuals with disabilities in all aspects of their employment. This includes providing reasonable accommodations, developing accessible policies and procedures, and foster a workplace culture that values and promotes accessibility.

This plan responds to our responsibilities under the Accessible Canada Act and is a part of the continuous improvement of our accessibility efforts. It explains how Trimac will identify, remove and prevent barriers in our programs, practices and services.

Accessibility feedback

The purpose of the Accessible Canada Act is to make Canada barrier-free by January 1, 2040. This involves identifying, removing and preventing barriers in federal jurisdiction. The Accessible Canada Act defines a barrier as:

anything—including anything physical, architectural, technological or attitudinal, anything that is based on information or communications or anything that is the result of a policy or a practice—that hinders the full and equal participation in society of persons with an impairment, including a physical, mental, intellectual, cognitive, learning, communication or sensory impairment or a functional limitation.”

Trimac is committed to creating an environment that embraces diversity and supports individuals of all abilities. We are dedicated to ensuring our workplace is accessible and barrier-free. You can provide feedback on the barriers you experience when dealing with Trimac. If your feedback is about a particular issue, please include details such as the date, the platform, and the name of the webpage, application or service involved. Some feedback may be addressed right away, and some may be addressed in the development of our future accessibility plans.

How to provide feedback

  • By feedback form below (leave email field blank if you wish to remain anonymous)

Accessibility feedback form

The feedback you provide is meant to help us identify, remove and prevent barriers. Your feedback will not be associated with your name, but if you wish to remain anonymous, please leave the email field blank. Please wait a few seconds after hitting submit.

If your feedback is about a particular issue, please include as many details as possible (date, platform, webpage, service, etc.)
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