Wednesday, August 05, 2015
Arizona Bridge to Independent Living ("ABIL") authorizes environmental policy to be followed by staff and clients/consumers to their facilities and events.
From Susan Molloy
Snowflake, AZ 85937
Arizona Bridge to Independant Living ("ABIL"), the Phoenix disability advocacy and education agency, authorized an environmental policy July 14 to be followed by staff and clients/consumers to their facilities and events.
Staff violating the policy will face disciplinary measures, although we don't know yet what that means.
Primary focus is to curb fragrance-emitting personal care products (like fabric softeners) worn by employees, and in facility cleaning and maintenance products.
Also it includes instructions to shut off cell phones and non-essential electronic equipment, and to use an incandescent lamp or daylight when requested to do so by consumers or co-workers. Staff already meets with consumers off-site or at home when the facility is inaccessible for any reason.
When requesting a copy specify whether you need regular print or large print (on paper), disk or e-mail.