Our Commitment to Accessibility
Millennium Process Group (BPO Division of NTT) is committed to providing a barrier-free environment for its customers and third parties and to providing our goods and services in a manner that respects the dignity and independence of people with disabilities. The objective of this policy is to ensure that the BPO Division of NTT is compliant with the customer service requirements of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (the “AODA”).
This policy applies to all persons who interact with the public, other organizations or third parties on behalf of the BPO Division of NTT. This includes employees, volunteers, consultants, agents, contractors and third parties (hereafter referred to as personnel).
The BPO Division of NTT will ensure that this policy and any related practices or procedures are consistent with the following core principles:
- Dignity: people with disabilities should be treated as valued customers who are as deserving of effective and full service as other customers.
- Independence: goods and services must be provided without the control or influence of others, and the freedom of people with disabilities to make their own decisions must be respected.
- Integration: people with disabilities must be able to benefit from services or products in the same place and the same or similar manner as other customers, whenever possible.
- Equality of Opportunity: people with disabilities must be given an opportunity equal to that given to others to obtain, use and benefit from goods and services.
We will communicate with people with disabilities in ways that take into account their disability. The BPO Division of NTT currently employs the following mediums of accessible communication. TTY and Bell Relay Service. Personnel have and will continue to be trained on how to utilize the methods of communication set out above, and on how they can best interact and communicate with people with various types of disabilities.
Use of Service Animals or Support Persons
People with disabilities who are accompanied by a service animal are welcome on the parts of our premises that are open to the public unless the service animal is otherwise excluded by law. If a service animal is excluded, we will explain to the customer why exclusion is necessary and explore alternative measures of accommodation. If it is not readily apparent that the animal is a service animal, we may ask the person with a disability for a letter from a physician or nurse confirming that the person requires the animal for reasons relating to his or her disability.
People with disabilities that require a support person are allowed to enter parts of our premises that are open to the public, and at no time will a person with a disability who is accompanied by a support person be prevented from having access to his or her support person while on our premises.
Notice of Temporary Disruption
We will notify our customers and third parties if there is a planned or unexpected disruption in the facilities or services usually used by persons with disabilities. This notice will be posted at the entrance of the applicable premises and on internal employee-facing communication sites. The notice will include the following information:
- The facility or service that is unavailable;
- The reason for the disruption;
- The anticipated duration of the disruption; and
- Alternative facilities or services, if available.
Training of Staff
We will ensure that all personnel, and all those who are involved in the development of the Company’s policies, practices, and procedures, are trained. The training will be provided as soon as possible after hiring or engagement, on commencement of new or additional duties that require training, and on an ongoing basis when changes are made to the applicable policy, practices, or procedures. Training will include the following:
- A review of the purpose of the AODA and the requirements of the Customer Service Standard;
- A review of this policy;
- How to interact and communicate with persons with various types of disabilities;
- How to interact with persons with a disability who use an assistive device or require the assistance of a service animal or support person;
- How to use assistive devices provided by BPO Division of NTT; and
- How to assist a person with a disability that is experiencing difficulty accessing the BPO Division of NTT’s premises, goods or services.
The BPO Division of NTT will ensure that accurate and up-to-date records are kept. These records shall include the dates of the training, and the number of individuals to whom the training was provided.
We welcome feedback from the public regarding this policy and its implementation. Feedback regarding the way the BPO Division of NTT provides goods and services to people with disabilities can be made:
- In writing to the BPO Division of NTT at: 251 Attwell Drive, Toronto Ontario, M9W 7G2 or;
- Electronically to email@example.com
All feedback will be directed to the appropriate parties, and those providing feedback can expect to receive a response within 10 business days.
Notice of Availability of Documents
We will prepare one or more documents in an accessible format, and in a timely manner which describe the policies, practices, and procedures regarding accessible customer service, with particular reference to:
- The use of personal assistive devices, as well as those provided by the BPO Division of NTT;
- Entry of service animals and support persons.