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Employer

Audit of professional availability

Audit of existing or planned work stations in terms of their accessibility for people with disabilities. As part of this service, the employer also receives recommendations for positions that can be filled by disabled employees with specidic disability groups.

Whom is it for?

Companies or organizations planning
to employ disabled people.

What is your gain?

The professional accessibility audit indicates specific solutions that allow you to carefully plan the recruitment process for people with disabilities for specific positions. Thanks to this, the employer gains an employee with appropriate competences, and the disabled person gets a chance for professional development and improvement of the quality of life.

What does the audit involve?

1 Step one

Accessibility analysis

We analyze the availability of existing or planned work stations in terms of their adaptation to disabled people with various types of dysfunctions.

2 Step two

Professional Accessibility Report

We can prepare a report containing a description of any barriers that may occur at the employers site in connection with the employment of people with disabilities.

3 Step three

Solution recommendations

We develop recommendations for architectural solutions that allow to employ people with disabilities for various jobs.

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Consulting services

Development of guidelines for adaptation of selected positions to the needs of persons with disabilities in accordance with legal regulations, architectural and ergonomic solutions, health and safety rules, time and work mode issues.

Whom is it for?

Companies or organizations planning
to employ disabled people.

What is your gain?

Consulting services focusing on employment of people with disabilities allow to obtain a full range of information on applicable law. As a result, the recruitment process becomes even easier and more effective, and the jobs are adapted to suit the employees with various disabilities.

What does an audit involve?

1 Step one

Accessibility analysis

We analyze the availability of existing or planned work stations in terms of their adaptation to disabled people with various types of dysfunctions.

2 Step two

Accessibility report

We can prepare a report containing a description of any barriers that may occur at the employers site in connection with the employment of people with disabilities.

3 Step three

Consulting services

Development of recommendations for solutions in accordance with legal regulations, architectural and ergonomic solutions, health and safety rules as well as in terms of time and mode of work.

Order an audit