Business Access Information

Understanding Disability

Australian Network on Disability

The Australian Network on Disability is a national, membership based for-purpose organisation that supports organisations to advance the inclusion of people with disability in all aspects of business. 

Useful links:

Disability Statistics

What is a Disability

Disability Etiquette

Inclusive Language

Improving Access to your Business

You're Welcome - AccessWA

You're Welcome - AccessWA is an online access guide for people with disability and seniors. It includes information to assist businesses and community organisations to understand and meet the access needs of people with disability.

Useful links:

Accessible Toilets

Accessible Information

Banks

Beaches and Water Recreation Areas

Churches and other Places of Worship

Cinemas and Theatres

Creating Accessible Events

Health and Medical Services

Hotels, Motels and other Accommodation

Outdoor Recreation and Tourist Attractions

Pedestrian Areas

Parking Bays

Parks, Playgrounds and Picnic Areas

Recreation Centres

Restaurants and Cafes

Shops

Swimming Pools

Australian Human Rights Commission

The Australian Human Rights Commission website provides a range of Good Practice Good Business factsheets to help promote diversity and prevent discrimination in the workplace.

Useful links:

Access for all: Improving Accessibility for Consumers with Disability

Disability Discrimination

Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission

The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission website includes the online resource Come in, we're accessible: improving accessibility in retail and hospitality. It provides information to business owners, landlords, managers and staff on how they can improve accessibility to meet their obligations under the Equal Opportunity Act.

Useful links:

Accessibility Fact Sheet for Business Owners

Accessibility Fact Sheet for Staff

Guide to Communicating with Customers with Disabilities

Accessible Toilets and Changing Places

Employing People with a Disability

WA Department of Communities, Disability Services

The Department of Communities, Disability Services have developed a Disability Employment Toolkit which outlines the practical application of inclusive recruitment practices across all employment sectors.

Useful links:

Benefits of Employing People with Disability

Recruitment and Selection

Is My Workplace Inclusive and Accessible?

What Financial Support is Available?

Retention of Employees who Acquire a Disability

Frequently Asked Questions

 Australian Network on Disability

The Australian Network on Disability is a national, membership based, for-purpose organisation that supports organisations to advance the inclusion of people with disability in all aspects of business.

Useful links:

Employing People with Disability

Business Benefits of Hiring People with Disability

Interviewing People with Disability

Corporate Social Responsibility

What is an Accessibility Action Plan?

Event Accessibility Checklist

Workplace Adjustments

Evacuation Procedures

Disability Discrimination Act 1992

Employment Charter

Managing Someone Returning to Work

Getting Advice and Support

A Beginner's Guide to Accessible Content

Interviewing a Candidate Using an Interpreter