Teva Statement of Commitment
Teva Canada is committed to treating all people with respect, and in a manner that allows them to maintain their dignity and independence. Teva Canada believes in inclusiveness and equal opportunity, and is committed to meeting the needs of people with Disabilities in a supportive and timely manner. Teva Canada will prevent and remove barriers to Accessibility for all Canadian employees and meet Accessibility requirements under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, where applicable.
Teva Canada AODA Multi-Year Accessibility Plan
The Multi-Year Accessibility Plan outlines Teva’s strategy to meet its requirements under the Availability of documents: Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA), the Accessibility Standard for Customer Service (Ontario Regulation 429/07), and the consolidated Integrated Accessibility Standards (Ontario Regulation 191/11). This 2014-2021 Multi-year accessibility plan outlines the policies and actions that Teva Canada put into place to improve opportunities for people with disabilities. The multi-year plan will be reviewed every 5 years and updated regularly to ensure that our organization meets the requirements.
Respectful Workplace Policy
Teva Canada is committed to providing a respectful workplace for all employees and fostering a work environment that reflects the vibrant diversity of our community, as well as the spirit of Teva’s values and Code of Conduct.
- In person – Security or Human Resources, Re: AODA – 30 Novopharm Court Site
- In writing – 30 Novopharm Court, Toronto Ontario M1B 2K9
- By telephone – 416-940-6486
- By delivering an electronic text by email to AODA@tevacanada.com or on a diskette OR
- By fax – 416-291-1874 or Toll Free 1-800-387-4733