Dial-a-Cab is committed to promoting equality and diversity, providing an inclusive and supportive environment for all.
In the implementation of this policy we will:
By Law, all of London's licensed taxis must be wheelchair accessible.
Dial-a-Cab have considerable experience in transporting disabled
adults, disabled children and non-emergency Hospital patients.
We have for many years been the sole supplier of this service to several senior
Our commitment to supplying taxis for the disabled has been an integral
part of our service and we will endeavour to continue giving equal priority
to disabled customers as we do the able bodied.
Included in our drivers initial training is a section devoted strictly to
disability awareness, and such is our concern for our clients welfare and
safety, that we encourage our drivers to take courses in first aid, which
we organise with 'The St John's Ambulance'.
Dial-a-Cab has been an active participant in The Mayor of London's
"Safer Travel at Night" initiative from the start, joining the
"One Number Taxis" consortium which allow the public to call one
telephone number to order the closest taxi from a collective group of
7,000 safe and reliable licensed taxis. Dial-a-Cab also designed the
One Number Taxis Web site (www.onenumbertaxis.com)
to promote the consortium and ensured it is compliant with the same accessibility standards of our own
Web site (see below).
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