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The purpose of Hisense Canada Co., Ltd.’s Customer Service Standard Policy is to be proactive about the inclusion of people with disabilities in our service offerings and to align ourselves with legislative requirements, such as the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and corresponding regulations, which address the historical disadvantage suffered by persons with disabilities due to discrimination. The purpose of these types of legislation is to benefit all Canadians by:
Hisense Canada Co., Ltd. strives to provide our services in a manner that is accessible to all of our clients, and respects the dignity, independence, and integration of people with disabilities. We are committed to offering equal opportunity to access our services and to providing the benefit of the same services, in the same place and in a similar way to all clients.
In order to promote building an inclusive and accessible environment to best serve all of our clients, Hisense Canada’s employees shall be trained on:
This training is mandatory for all Hisense Canada’s employees and must be completed within the first three (3) months of joining Hisense Canada. Hisense Canada shall notify employees if there are any changes to policies, practices and procedures governing Hisense Canada’s provision of goods and services to clients, and shall assess the need to update our training on an ongoing basis.
Hisense Canada will also train employees to be familiar with any equipment or assistive devices that may be available at our offices, which may help with the provision of our services to persons with disabilities.
Providing Goods and Services to People with Disabilities
Hisense Canada is committed to excellence in serving all clients including people with disabilities and we will carry out our functions and responsibilities in the following areas:
We will communicate with people with disabilities in ways that take into account their disability. We are flexible in our approaches.
All staff must consider how people with various disabilities communicate and tailor their approaches to dealing with clients appropriately. The simplest and most effective technique is to ask clients how we can best communicate with them. If a particular method is unavailable, work expeditiously with the client to find an acceptable alternative.
We must always ask ourselves how we can make our communications more accessible. Every situation is different and depends on the individual’s needs. Options include:
We are committed to providing fully accessible telephone service to our clients. Staff are expected to communicate with clients over the telephone in clear and plain language and to speak clearly and slowly, wherever necessary.
We will offer to communicate with clients by any other appropriate means of communication if telephone communication is not suitable to their communication needs.
An assistive device is any piece of equipment a person with a disability uses to help them with their daily living. Some examples include: a wheelchair, screen reader, listening device or cane. We are committed to serving people with disabilities who use assistive devices to obtain, use or benefit from our services.
Hisense personnel shall wherever possible accommodate clients who use assistive devices in connection with their disability. Hisense personnel must ensure that they are familiar with various assistive devices that may be used by clients with disabilities, including any assistive devices available at the local Hisense office, while accessing our services.
To ensure familiarity, staff need to consider how they will address the use of a client’s assistive device. The best practice is to ask the client on the appropriate and inappropriate ways of interacting with them and their assistive devices. An example is a client who can walk short distances and uses a scooter. It is often difficult to find space in the office to park their scooter, so they will find it helpful when staff suggest parking options and make space.
Use of Service Animals and Support Persons
We are committed to welcoming people with disabilities who are accompanied by a service animal (not necessarily only dogs) on the parts of our premises that are open to the public and other third parties. Before meeting with a client who uses a service animal, we should:
We are committed to welcoming people with disabilities who are accompanied by a support person. Support people do not have to be a paid support worker but could be any family member or friend that helps a client perform daily tasks. Any person with a disability who is accompanied by a support person shall be allowed to enter Hisense’s premises with his or her support person. At no time shall 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
Hisense shall provide clients with notice in the event of a planned or unexpected disruption in the facilities or services usually used by people with disabilities. This notice must include information about the reason for the disruption, its anticipated duration, and a description of alternative facilities or services, if available.
The notice shall be placed at all receptions on our premises.
All information about a disability is personal and private and must be treated confidentially.
The ultimate goal of Hisense is to meet and surpass client expectations while serving clients with disabilities. Comments on our services regarding how well these expectations are being met are welcome and appreciated.
Feedback regarding the way provides services to people with disabilities may be made by any reasonable medium. Please contact Hisense at hrcanada(at)hisense.com.
Difficulty Accessing Services
If a person with a disability is having difficulty accessing our services, ask the person how s/he can be accommodated and what alternative methods of service provision would be more accessible.