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Disability access and inclusion plan

The Department of Transport (DoT) is committed to providing services to the diverse Western Australian community, including people with disability in a fair and non-discriminatory manner.

  Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (2017-2022)

DoT is committed to providing services to the diverse Western Australian community, including people with disability in a fair and non-discriminatory manner. The Department continually strives to provide all Western Australians with improved access to services that best meets their needs.

DoT's commitment is demonstrated in its Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) which identifies a number of key strategies in addressing the needs of people with disability.

The DAIP is reviewed every five years and progress is reported by 30 June each year to the Department of Communities.

DoT has an internal Access and Inclusion Committee which monitors the implementation of the plan.

We value your comments on our DAIP and have included a feedback form as an appendix to the plan.

DoT_P_PDF_DAIP_2017_2022.pdf icon Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (2017-2022) Kb
DOT_P_RTF_DAIP_2017_2022.doc icon Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (2017-2022) (text only version) Kb

Please refer to contact details below if you would like a copy of the DAIP in a different format or to obtain further information.

Street address Postal address Telephone Fax Email
  Department of Transport,
140 William Street,
Perth WA 6000
13 11 56   Email

  Reporting requirements for State Government contractors

The Department of Communities Disability Services team website, provides resources for State Government Contractors and Contract Managers. These resources explain the reporting requirements for State Government contractors under the Disability Services Act 1993.

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  Access and Inclusion Committee Communiqué

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 and Workforce Diversity and Inclusion Plan.

Committee meets three times a year and following committee meetings we will be updating you on the latest access and inclusion news and information.

ABOUT_US_P_Access_and_Inclusion_Communique_2021.pdf icon Access and Inclusion Committee Communiqué: September 2021 Kb

  Related links and publications

For examples of Disability Access and Inclusion Plans visit the websites of the Public Transport Authority or Main Roads WA.
External Link Main Roads WA
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