Dublin, Ireland - Office Accessibility

Accessibility is fundamental to Salesforce culture. We make our spaces as inclusive as possible, but also know that some of our offices still have some restrictions and limitations.

We want to make sure that visitors, guests, and employees are aware of any constraints in our office spaces, as well as highlight some of the accessible provisions that can be expected when visiting us. That way, everyone is empowered to plan their visit and make their time with us easy and enjoyable.

Getting to and from the office

Transport for Ireland provides local public transport in rural areas nationwide where other services are limited. The services are low-cost and available for anyone wishing to travel to or from their local town, village or parish.
- Transport for Ireland website

Use Salesforce Tower as your 'to' to access direct options: 60 R801, North Dock, Dublin, Ireland.

A taxi is the easiest and quickest way to get to your destination. Dublin taxis run on a meter. You can flag one down, order a taxi via our Welcome Desk, or ask where the nearest rank is. This will also cut out any stops that would be made along the way via public transport. Uber is operational in Dublin, but the best app to use to order a taxi is call FreeNow.

The Luas is a tram system in Dublin and stops at all central stops, including Dundrum shopping center. This is a quick way of getting around Dublin city center and the southside.
Luas website

Both of these services are fully accessible.

The Dublin Bus is fully accessible. There is a bus stop directly outside and across from the main entrance. These buses bring you throughout the City Centre. These are 10 meters and 20 meters away.
G1 and G2 timetable (PDF)

There is a bus that goes directly to the airport, it is an 8–10-minute walk from the office.
These buses run every half an hour.
Dublin Express timetables

A number of train stations are located near the Tower.
Connolly station is a 10-minute walk from the office. Connolly station offers train and DART services all across Ireland.
Pearse Street station is a 16-minute walk from the office. Pearse station offers train and DART services all across Ireland.
The train stations, toilets, turnstiles, and trains are all fully accessible.
You can also request or order a taxi for pickup directly outside our office.
Our Welcome Desk teams are always happy to assist you with any bookings.

In the office

The building features six elevators which service all floors (Lower ground floor to 9th floors). The lifts are each a spacious 21-person occupancy limit size and are labeled A-F.

Accessible restrooms are available on all staff floors from the lower ground floor to the 8th floor.

Four gender-neutral toilets are available on all floors from the lower ground floor to the 6th floor.
These also include two accessible toilets.

Braille signage is located in all social lounges.

Tactile signage is available in this building.

All desks are sit/stand.

The library will be introduced in October ’23. More details forthcoming.

All counters have approachable sections.

All handles are accessible.

All crockery drawers and microwaves in social lounges are accessible. Cold drinks and snacks are located on the lowest level of the refrdigerators.So as to be accessible.

A section of accessible cubbies have a push-to-open door and located in the lower rows.