Standards under public review

When the first draft of a standard is completed, we make it available for public review. The public review process gives you a chance to provide your feedback on our standards before they are finalized. This ensures that our technical committees consider as many perspectives as possible. It also helps to ensure our standards meet the needs of as many people as possible. Once the draft standard is online, you will normally have at least 90 days to provide feedback.

This page lists all of our accessibility standards under public review. We will add draft standards that have already undergone public review, when completed. This is your chance to contribute to our collective goal of a barrier-free Canada!

Standards under public review

There are currently no standards under public review.

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Draft standards that have completed a first public review

  • CAN/ASC - EN 301 549:2024 - Accessibility requirements for ICT products and services (EN 301 549:2021, IDT) (public review took place from December 20, 2023 to February 5, 2024)
  • CAN-ASC-5.1 Standard on emergency measures (public review took place from on January 17, 2024)
  • CAN-ASC-1.1 Standard on employment (public review took place from July 19, 2023 to November 14, 2023)
  • CAN-ASC-2.1 Standard on outdoor spaces (public review took place from June 5, 2023 to August 11, 2023)
  • Draft: A Model Standard for the Built Environment – Accessibility for federally regulated entities as defined in the Accessible Canada Act (public review took place from November 9, 2022 to January 6, 2023)