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Reasonable adjustment passports make working life better and fairer for disabled people. They set out clearly what adjustments have been agreed to between a line manager and worker. This means that disabled members who move roles, or there is a change in line manager, do not have to re-explain or renegotiate their reasonable adjustments.

Unions and workplace reps can help ensure that adjustments that are put in place aim to eliminate any workplace barriers. In addition, they can negotiate for inclusive policies and practices that address inequalities.

Who is this guide for?

This guide is for trade union reps and members who want to learn how to support disabled members and encourage the use of reasonable adjustment passports.
 

How will it help me?

This guide will:

  • explain why we need reasonable adjustment passports
  • what can be included in them and who gets a copy
  • where do unions come in and what can you do

How do I complete it?

All you need is an internet-enabled mobile device (a phone or tablet) or a computer. Do as little or as much as you like each time you log on — your progress will always be saved. Next time you log on just pick up where you left off, this one will take you about 20 minutes to complete. 

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