Peel Mutual - Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act

Peel Mutual Insurance Company is constantly striving to improve our accessibility for our clients with disabilities. We would like to hear your comments, questions and suggestions about the provision of our goods or services to people with disabilities. Please use the AODA Feedback Form to share your comments or concerns.

View our AODA Customer Service Policy (PDF, 163kb)

View the AODA Feedback Form (PDF, 51kb)

View our AODA Policy Document Availability notice (PDF, 50kb)

Alternatively you may contact us directly at 905-451-2386 or 1-800-268-3069.

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“ From the first time I spoke with her on the phone, to the last e-mails we exchanged, customer service was of the utmost professional and courteous. I am very impressed with the service I was provided. ”

Katie

LOSS PREVENTION TIPS

Insurance and loss prevention go hand in hand. We are owned by our policyholders and our primary goal is to help our policyholders.
Loss prevention is an important part of that help.

Manure Storage Facilities

Manure Storage Facilities

Manure storage facilities have become a serious concern. No one wants to be responsible for loss of life or pollution of our valuable water supply.

  • Livestock producers should plan, design, construct and manage their manure storage facilities in a manner that does not create a risk of contaminating ground water.
  • All open liquid manure storages should be enclosed with a permanent safety fence or wall extending not less than five feet (1.5 meters) above the adjacent grade and having gates with latches to restrict access by children or livestock.
  • Signage indicating the danger due to toxic gases should be installed at every access to a liquid manure storage tank or under-floor manure transfer chamber.
  • A liquid manure tank should never be entered unless proper precautions have been taken for confined space entry (contact the Farm Safety Association for more information on confined space entry).
  • Runoff controls should be in place for any facility where runoff from manure storage leaves the owner's property or adversely affects surface or ground water.