Brookfield’s AODA Actions
Brookfield Office Properties has made great strides towards compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), the first legislation in Canada to address business obligations to persons with disabilities. The objective of the Act is to achieve full accessibility for Ontarians with disabilities by 2025 by removing barriers and, in the process, educating employers, businesses and others about working with persons with disabilities.
In compliance with the Customer Service Standards, Brookfield Office Properties has developed a policy which includes practices and procedures for all staff to provide services to people with disabilities, and is consistent with the core principles of independence, dignity, integration and equality of opportunity. All Brookfield employees have received training on the AODA legislation, as well as the Brookfield AODA Customer Service Standard.
Brookfield has developed AODA floor plans for the public areas of our Ontario properties, available below. Each plan indicates the accessibility features available at the property and accessible routes.
Customer Feedback Process
If any issues arise regarding accessibility, Tenants and visitors are encouraged to fill out a Customer Feedback Form, found at the Security desk, the respective Property Management office, or on our website. Forms may be returned to the Property Management office, Security desk or sent to email@example.com
This form helps Brookfield manage and address any accessibility concerns in a timely manner. Furthermore, customers may provide feedback via telephone, email, letter, or in person at our Management Office. In all cases, an AODA Corrective Action Form will then be filled out and assigned to the appropriate individual for immediate attention. Brookfield staff will review the feedback and endeavour to provide a response within 24 hours.
Ground Accessibility Map
Parking Accessibility Map
Customer Feedback Form