Disability access and inclusion plan
The Department of Transport (DoT) is committed to providing services and infrastructure to the diverse Western Australian community, including people with disability, in a fair and non-discriminatory manner.
The Transport Portfolio is committed to providing services (including employment) and infrastructure to Western Australian’s diverse community in a fair and inclusive way that provides access for people with disability, their families and carers.
Our commitment is demonstrated in the Portfolio’s DAIP which identifies a number of key strategies to improve outcomes and opportunities for people with disability. This plan is supported by agency specific detailed DAIP implementation plans that propose actions to support achievement of the strategies.
DoT’s internal Access and Inclusion Committee monitors the implementation of the plan.
|Transport Portfolio Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (2022-2027)
|Transport Portfolio Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (2022-2027) (Word version)
Please refer to contact details below if you would like a copy of the DAIP in a different format or to obtain further information.
|Department of Transport,
140 William Street,
Perth WA 6000
|13 11 56
Contractors who provide services to the public on DoT’s behalf may have obligations in relation to the Transport Portfolio Disability Access and Inclusion Plan, including to:
- implement the DAIP to the extent practicable; and
- report to DoT by 30 June each year on its activities relevant to implementation of the DAIP.
The DAIP reports are to be submitted to the relevant contact manager. There is no template for the report, however it should relate to relevant strategies listed in the DAIP. Contractors should contact their relevant contract manager for further information.
Department of Transport (DoT) is committed to ensuring our workplaces, information and services (including employment) are inclusive and accessible to all Western Australians.
Our internal Access and Inclusion Committee identifies opportunities and develops strategies to overcome access and inclusion barriers and oversees the development, implementation and review of our Reconciliation Action Plan, Disability Access and Inclusion Plan, Multicultural Plan and Workforce Diversity and Inclusion Plan.
The Committee meets three times a year. Following Committee meetings an update on the latest access and inclusion news and information is published on our website.
|Access and Inclusion Committee Communiqué: December 2023