What makes Lyndon Security a cut above the rest is its persistent dedication to the leading standards in workplace safety, employee efficacy, and goal-oriented client fulfillment. Our company is committed to principles of workplace diversity and social inclusion and will continue to develop and implement workplace diversity and social inclusion principles across all of its policies, procedures, and decisions.
The Ontario Human Rights Code guarantees that every person has a right to equal treatment with respect to services, goods, facilities and employment. Lyndon’s London Ontario Security Guard Personnel are committed to excellence in serving all persons including people with disabilities, and will carry out functions and responsibilities to the foremost guidelines.
The Occupational Health and Safety Act requires that all Lyndon London Ontario Security Guard Personnel workers must be trained in the fundamentals of health and safety and in workplace-specific hazards.
Lyndon Security will provide training to all employees who participate in developing the organization’s policies and other persons who provide goods, services or facilities on behalf of Lyndon Security. Current guards will receive a Lyndon AODA training package. New guards will undergo training as part of their orientation, and training will be conducted on a continued basis when changes are made to these policies, practices and procedures.
Our London Ontario Security Guard Personnel are trained and familiar with various assistive devices that may be used by persons with disabilities while accessing our services. In the event the assistive device presents concern or when accessibility might be an issue, other reasonable measures to assist him/ her in obtaining, using and benefiting from Lyndon’s services, will be made available.
We will carry out responsibilities under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, (2005) in the following areas:
- Assistive Devices
- Service Animals
- Support Persons
- Notification of Disruption in Services
- Emergency Situations
The AODA details specific requirements and standards for accessibility in Ontario. Lyndon will make every reasonable effort to ensure that its London Ontario Security Guard Personnel, policies, practices and procedures are consistent with the principles of dignity, independence, integration and equal opportunity by:
- Ensuring persons receive the same value and quality of service.
- Using alternative methods when possible to ensure that persons with disabilities have access to the same services in the same manner.
- Taking into account individual needs when providing services.
- Communicating in a manner that takes into account the persons disability.
Approximately 1.8 million Ontarians (15.5%) of our population have a disability.
- This will increase as our population ages.
- By 2026 approximately 16% of people in Canada will have a disability.