The hospitality industry actually employs over 600,000 people across Canada, bringing in over 78 billion in revenue. Whether it is drinks at the local bar or a weekend away, everyone enjoys a break once in a while.
Under the legislation, businesses – including pubs, bars, restaurants and hotels – are legally required to ensure equal access to their premises, including for people with disabilities or reduced mobility. If you run a public-facing business, you are required to consider the needs of disabled customers and guests, from staff training to removing potential obstacles.
One of the simplest and most cost-effective ways of maximizing accessibility to your premises is with the addition of disabled access ramps.