Accessibility

Executive Summary

The Accessibility for Manitobans Act seeks to identify, remove and prevent barriers in key areas of daily living. Read more about The Accessibility for Manitobans Act.

In response to this Act, Manitoba Public Insurance created an Accessibility Plan, which will be used as a roadmap to ensure that the Corporation has a clear and comprehensive road map towards universal accessibility. The Corporation’s goal is to ensure all Manitobans feel welcome and accommodated according to their needs.

Click here to review Manitoba Public Insurance’s Accessibility Plan.

Universal accessibility means that all people, regardless of their physical or developmental abilities have access to all information and services. The Accessibility Plan outlines a long-term process for Manitoba Public Insurance to achieve this goal and comply with the standards identified in The Accessibility for Manitobans Act. This strategy document will be updated with an overview of achievements and progress every second year.

The Accessibility Standard in Customer Service is the only accessibility standard that has been enacted to date. Information about Manitoba Public Insurance compliance with this standard is available upon request.

To continue to document progress on its Accessibility Plan in a transparent and consistent way, the Corporation has created the Manitoba Public Insurance Accessibility Update. This report highlights the successes Manitoba Public Insurance has achieved over the past year in creating more accessible everyday experiences for customers and employees.

Statement of Commitment

Manitoba Public Insurance is committed to ensuring equal access and participation for people with disabilities. We believe in inclusion and are committed to treating people with disabilities in ways that allow them to maintain their dignity and independence. We will meet the requirements of The Accessibility for Manitobans Act.

Contact Us

Manitoba Public Insurance encourages feedback about its Accessibility Plan as well as any feedback related to accessibility. Feedback can be made in writing, by telephone, TTY or emailed to:

Manitoba Public Insurance
Accessibility Coordinator
820 - 234 Donald St.
Winnipeg, MB. R3C 4A4
Phone 204-985-8117
Toll-free 1 800 665 2410
TTY 204-985-8832
Email: accessibility@mpi.mb.ca