The Ontario Power Authority (OPA) is committed to maintaining an accessible environment for persons with disabilities in the delivery of all its services.
Copies of our Customer Service Accessibility Policy are available on request by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. As part of our efforts to meet the needs of people with disabilities, this policy will be made available in additional formats as needed.
Feedback, questions, or complaints about our accessibility policy or processes
The OPA welcomes any feedback regarding the methods it uses to provide services to persons with disabilities. You can provide feedback in person, by telephone, in writing, or in electronic format.
Feedback should be directed to:
OPA General Counsel
120 Adelaide Street West, Suite 1600
Toronto, ON M5H 1T1
Complaints must be made in writing as noted above.
A representative of the OPA will acknowledge receipt of feedback and complaints within three (3) business days of receipt. A response will be provided within ten (10) business days of receipt. Replies will be provided in the format requested by the client.
eSSENTIAL Accessibility™ Web Browser
Our committment to an accessible environment is reflected in our partnership with eSSENTIAL Accessibility™, a global initiative that is helping to make the Web fully accessible for people with physical disabilities.
eSSENTIAL Accessibility™ provides a free stand alone web browser that features keyboard and mouse replacement tools useful to anyone who has difficulty typing, moving a mouse or reading a web page, including:
The browser needs no maintenance or system integration, and can be downloaded and installed quickly on PC computers with MS Windows® XP Pro, Microsoft Media Center 2005, Vista or Windows 7.
eSSENTIAL Accessibility™ was launched in association with leading advocacy groups for the disabled, in recognition of the importance of providing assistive technology free of charge. This partnership reflects the OPA’s commitment to inclusion, and helps us meet customer service, employment, and information standards mandated by the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities act (AODA).