Disability Policy

The South Australian Genealogy & Heraldry Society Inc (SAGHS / The Society) is committed as far as is reasonably practicable to identify and minimise unlawful direct, indirect and systemic discrimination from its structures, practices and operations and will ensure that people with disabilities are afforded reasonable opportunity to participate in all aspects of the Society's activities.

The Society will provide reasonable assistance to people with disabilities to access its facilities and services.

The Society will provide reasonable adjustments to ensure that people with disabilities can successfully participate in all aspects of the Society's activities.

People with disabilities who require service or adjustments have a responsibility to provide timely and appropriate information to assist the Society to fulfill its obligations.

All Society officers, employees and volunteers shall, within their areas of responsibility, take reasonable steps to remove any barriers that exist to facilities, programs, services and activities, and the physical, social and virtual environment in which the Society operates, consistent with the Society's Disability Plan.

This policy will be regularly evaluated and revised using consultative mechanisms and practices to maintain relevant continuous improvement in programs, services and facilities for people with disabilities.