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Suppliers & partners

We expect our suppliers and corporate partners to reflect and enable us to meet our commitment to disability best practice.

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Suppliers & partners | PDF

At BDF we know that one functional area where businesses report being less equipped in how to secure good disability performance is in their relationships with suppliers and partners. We have developed advice and guidance on different aspects of working with suppliers and partners such as in recruitment and information and communication technology and this includes sharing great practices of UK businesses. And one such organisation that has great experience to share is the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC).

Suppliers & partners | PDF

This guidance sets out a practical, step by step approach that can be applied to different purchasing categories bringing together the learning from: IT, recruitment, training and development and call centres. 

Suppliers & partners | PDF

Links to the appendices for our latest guidance, 'Achieving disability-smart outcomes with suppliers and partners: A step by step approach'.

Suppliers & partners | Word

How to choose a web developer with the right skills, knowledge and enthusiasm for accessibility to help you to meet your commitments

Suppliers & partners | Word

A list of quality commitments that contact centres should adopt in order to deliver a ‘best practice’ service.

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The following guidance gives general principles for how you can ensure your suppliers and partners deliver accessible and usable products and services to enable the needs of disabled people to be met whilst delivering value for money for your business.

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The Disability Standard covers ten business areas and this resource explains the criteria for Section 7 - Suppliers & partners. Although individual business areas may want to look at this criteria and use it as part of their business and work plans, it is important to recognise that the following assessment criteria has been developed alongside nine other business areas; the Disability Standard is designed to be undertaken as an organisation working together rather than individual business areas working in isolation.

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Guidelines for developing accessible e-learning material based on process used by Partner organisation Barclays

Suppliers & partners | Word

Presentation given at Business Disability Forum’s annual conference on Disability-smart suppliers an partners, 11th April 2017

Suppliers & partners | PDF

BDF aims to equip our Partners and Members with the know-how to secure good disability and inclusion outcomes through its engagement with suppliers and partners.  Working with a small group of BDF Partners including American Express, HSBC, KPMG and Royal Mail, with some involvement of the Cabinet Office too, we identified value in establishing a picture of what businesses self-report as key aids and barriers to effectively engaging suppliers and partners in their business’ disability priorities.

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