Do you require any special assistance?
The Labour Court is committed to ensuring effective communication with all of our customers. We will endeavour to ensure that all possible assistance is given to all of our customers in accessing information on the services that we provide.
Access Officers are specially assigned staff members who are responsible for co-ordinating assistance and guidance for persons with disabilities, to access to the widest possible extent, the full range of services that we provide. In addition, our Access Officers also act as a point of contact for people with disabilities seeking advice on a range of issues, including how best to access our buildings, as well as publications in alternate formats that we have available.
Who is the Access Officer for the Labour Court?
In accordance with section 26(2) of the Disability Act 2005, the Access Officer for the Labour Court is Bernie Byrne.
Bernie may be contacted by phone on 0874086902
Or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and/or email@example.com
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Can I make a complaint under the Disability Act?
Sections 25, 26, 27 or 28 of the Disability Act, 2005 relate to access by persons with disabilities to:
- the Labour Courts public building;
- the Labour Courts services;
- services supplied to the Labour Court; and
If you feel that the Labour Court has not complied with any of these sections you may make a complaint in writing in accordance with Section 38 of the Disability Act 2005.