We are committed to ensuring our online services are accessible to all users. The information below suggests how to obtain the best user experience on our website and explains what we have done to make the website accessible.
Adjust your computer's settings for a better experience
You can improve your online experience by customizing your computer's settings to meet your individual needs. For example, you can increase the size of all fonts or change the colour scheme.
Keep your browser updated
We recommend you keep your browsers up-to-date. Newer browsers tend to provide more display options to make content accessible, and may work better with assistive technologies.
How we have made our website accessible
We have created our website in accordance with the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0. These guidelines assist website developers by describing best practices for creating websites that are accessible to all users.
Some of the ways we achieve online accessibility include:
Building webpages in a way that allows you to disable the CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) on your browsers or modify the text size using browser controls if the colours or fonts make content difficult to read.
Providing a 'skip to content' link at the top of all pages, allowing you to quickly access the body content on each page while avoiding headers and navigation.
Creating webpages that allow visually impaired users to navigate the site effectively with a screen reading aid. For example, images have text-based descriptions, title attributes tell users where a link will take them if they click on it, and structured headings provide an overview of the site that lets users jump quickly to desired sections.
Contact us if you have trouble using our website
If you experience difficulties in accessing any content or functionality on our website, please contact us. We are always open to making improvements to provide the best possible online experience for our users.
Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA)
Notice of Disruption
OCCU will provide Members with notice in the event of a planned or unexpected disruption in the facilities or services usually used by people with disabilities. This notice will include information about the reason for the disruption, its anticipated duration, and a description of alternative facilities or services, if available.
The notice will be placed at all public entrances and service counters on our premises. In the case of an extended disruption notice will also be placed on our website.
We are committed to welcoming people with disabilities who are accompanied by a service animal on the parts of our premises that are open to the pubic and other third parties. We will also ensure that all employees, volunteers and others dealing with the public are properly trained on how to interact with people with disabilities who are accompanied by a service animal.
Support persons are welcome at OCCU. At no time will a person with a disability who is accompanied by a support person be prevented from having access to his or her support person while on the premises. Where confidentiality is important, OCCU employees are required to obtain the consent of the member and may require the support person to sign a confidentiality agreement.
Feedback regarding the way OCCU provides products and services to people with disabilities can be made by email, verbally on-site or by phone, by mail, or by filling out a Member Feedback Form
Toll Free: 1-855-576-4200
214 King Street E.
All feedback should be addressed to John Remillard, General Manager. Members can expect to hear back within 10 business days.
To maximize your Internet banking experience and for your Internet security, we recommend using the latest supported browsers. Please note that we do not support Beta or test versions of browsers.
- Microsoft Internet Explorer
- Google Chrome