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The Guide to Creating and Maintaining a Safe Learning and Work Environment at UW-Madison: Responsibilities, Resources, and Reporting Requirements provides you with this information on how to report and respond to acts of criminal behavior including sexual assault, sexual violence, and child abuse and neglect; and non-criminal behavior including sexual harassment and consensual relationships between employees. Training information and campus and community resources are also included.

The Guide to Creating and Maintaining a Safe Learning and Work Environment at UW-Madison: Responsibilities, Resources, and Reporting Requirements provides you with this information on how to report and respond to acts of criminal behavior including sexual assault, sexual violence, and child abuse and neglect; and non-criminal behavior including sexual harassment and consensual relationships between employees. Training information and campus and community resources are also included.

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The Guide to Creating and Maintaining a Safe Learning and Work Environment at UW-Madison: Responsibilities, Resources, and Reporting Requirements provides you with this information on how to report and respond to acts of criminal behavior including sexual assault, sexual violence, and child abuse and neglect; and non-criminal behavior including sexual harassment and consensual relationships between employees. Training information and campus and community resources are also included.

File: Safe-Learning-and-Work-Guide-Spring-FY18-Highlights-Spanish.pdf

Guide to Accessible Tagline Statements for Event Announcements

This guide provides examples of accessible tagline statements that can be used to inform program participants how they can request an accommodation or make their needs known.

File: Accessible-Tagline-Statements.docx

(Last updated: June 15, 2021)

Introduction

This guide provides examples of accessible tagline statements that can be used to inform program participants how they can request an accommodation or make their needs known. Including tagline statements on event announcements and communications are a great way to create an inclusive and accessible experience.

Disability-Accommodation Request Tagline Examples

    • “(UW-Madison/College/School/Department/Program) is committed to creating an inclusive and accessible event. If you need a reasonable accommodation to attend this event, please contact (name, event host/coordinator) at (phone number/email). All reasonable accommodation requests should be made no less than (insert number here) weeks before the event. We will attempt to fulfill requests made after this date but cannot guarantee they will be met.”
    • “We value inclusion and access for all participants and are pleased to provide reasonable accommodations for full participation in this event. Please contact (name, event host/coordinator) at (phone number/email).”
    • “This event is wheelchair accessible. For questions about other accommodations or other needs, please contact (name, event host/coordinator) at (phone number/email).”

Alternative Formats Statement for All Publications or Handouts Related to the Event Example

    • “This document, along with all publications or handouts used in this event, is available in alternative formats upon request by contacting (name, host department) at (phone number/email).”

Dietary Needs Tagline Example

    • “If you have dietary needs, please contact (name, host department) at (phone number/email).”

Other Tagline Examples

    • “We strive to host inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals to engage fully. To be respectful of those with allergies and environmental sensitivities, we ask that you please refrain from wearing strong fragrances. To request an accommodation or for inquiries about accessibility, please contact (name, email, phone).” (Adopted from accessibility.cornell.edu)
    • “If you need anything in order to participate in this program, please contact (name, event host/coordinator) at (phone number/email).”

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