Ensuring equal access to both our spaces and our services is a priority for RBC. As we make ongoing accessibility improvements, we involve our employees, clients, industry specialists and other stakeholders in the process.
To better accommodate clients and staff with disabilities, we're committed to providing barrier-free accessibility where we operate. This is reflected in the design of all our new branches, and, where possible, in our renovations. For example, we provide:
We're also working with our landlords to reduce barriers to accessibility in the buildings we lease.
We've put accessible furniture in office spaces where our representatives meet with clients. For example, some of our tables have tops that can be easily raised, lowered or tilted to adjust to the needs of people in wheelchairs.
RBC strives for improved accessibility across its branch network and recognizes that further steps can and will be taken to help RBC become barrier free by, for example, engaging in initiatives to identify and eliminate physical barriers including annual proactive branch renovations as needed.
We are constantly looking for ways to improve. Please share your thoughts about Accessibility at RBC through our Feedback Form.
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