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What your Business or Organization Needs to Know to Meet Manitoba’s Accessibility Law

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Name: What your Business or Organization Needs to Know to Meet Manitoba’s Accessibility Law
Date: June 18, 2018
Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM CDT
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:
Manitoba’s Disabilities Issues Office, in collaboration with the Brandon Chamber of Commerce, invites you to attend a free two-hour workshop on “What your Business or Organization Needs to Know to Meet Manitoba’s Accessibility Law.”

This event will begin with a 45-minute background presentation on The Accessibility for Manitobans Act and the
requirements of the Customer Service Standard, affecting all Manitoba employers by November 2018.
 
Following the presentation, participants may choose to remain for workshop activities in order to learn how to apply the Customer Service Standard to their own organizations, for example with hands-on policy development.
 
Please register by 2:00pm on June 15th with the Brandon Chamber of Commerce for this valuable learning opportunity. Let us know if you require disability accommodations in order to participate, and help us keep a scent-free environment.  Please note, the workshop capacity is 45 persons, so register early! To register, please call 204-571-5340, email info@brandonchamber.ca or go to the Brandon Chamber’s website at www.brandonchamber.ca.
 
If you are interested in learning more, but are unable to attend, please visit www.AccessibilityMB.ca or call the Disabilities Issues Office at 204-945-7613.
 
Together, we can create a more accessible and inclusive society for all Manitobans.
 
Location:
Riverbank Discover Centre
Multipurpose Facility Room
#1 – 545 Conservation Drive
Brandon, Manitoba
 
Date/Time Information:
Monday, June 18, 2018
1:00 to 3:00 pm (Registration 12:30 pm)
 
Contact Information:
Call 204-571-5340 or email info@brandonchamber.ca
Fees/Admission:
Free to attend but please RSVP
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