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Statement on the accessibility of the pit.uke.gov.pl service

The Office of Electronic Communications undertakes to ensure access to the pit.uke.gov.pl website pursuant to the Act of 4 April 2019 on the Digital Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications of Public Sector Bodies.

The statement on accessibility applies to the pit.uke.gov.pl internet portal.

Website publication date: 14 February 2019

Date of the most recent major update: 30 September 2019

The website is only partially compliant with the Act on the Digital Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications of Public Sector Bodies on account of inconsistencies in the following areas:

Success criterion

Error description

Status

1.1.1. Non-text content

No alternative for some of the non-text content

Executed, verification in progress

1.3.1. Information and reports

Incorrect hierarchy and structure of headings. Lack of subheadings in the contents.

Executed, verification in progress

2.4.4. Purpose of the link (in a given context)

Ambiguous links.

Executed, verification in progress

2.4.6. Headings and labels

Unclear heading names.

Executed, verification in progress

3.3.2. Labels or instructions

Insufficient button labels/tooltips. Lack of labels for fields and buttons in certain forms

Executed, verification in progress

4.1.1. Parsing

Errors during HTML validation

Executed, verification in progress

 

Statement drawn up on 30 October 2019. The statement was drawn up based on the self-assessment carried out by UKE and the site audit carried out by the Widzialni Foundation.

All the aforementioned errors are addressed as they arise, however, some of them may still occur on the pit.uke.gov.pl. website. Once the post-audit recommendations are implemented, the site will undergo another audit in order to confirm its compliance with the Act on the Digital Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications of Public Sector Bodies.

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Feedback and contact details

Please contact us should you encounter any problems with accessing the website.

The contact person is Tomasz Hupało, available at the e-mail address tomasz.hupalo@uke.gov.pl. You can also contact us by calling the telephone number 22 534 93 07.

The same procedure can be used to submit applications requesting access to unavailable information and to lodge complaints should accessibility not be ensured.

Everyone has the right to request digital accessibility of a website, mobile application or any of their components. Alternative forms of requesting access to information can also be employed, e.g. reading out a document that cannot be accessed digitally, describing the contents of a film that does not feature audio description etc. The request should include information on the person submitting it, indication of the relevant website or mobile application and the preferred mode of contact. If the person submitting the request communicates their need to receive information in an alternative form, they should also specify that form.

The Office of Electronic Communications should comply with the request promptly and not later than within 7 days. If meeting this deadline is not possible, UKE will without delay communicate the date on which it will be able to comply with the request, whereby this date cannot be more than 2 months away. If accessibility cannot be ensured, UKE may propose an alternative way of accessing the information.

In the case of refusal to comply with the request for ensuring accessibility or providing an alternative form of access to information, it is possible to lodge a complaint against such an action.

After exhausting all other measures, the complaint can also be sent to the Polish Ombudsman.

Architectural accessibility

Detailed information related to the architectural accessibility of UKE buildings can be found on the UKE website in the Accessibility in the UKE buildings tab.

More information on the accessibility of the Office of Electronic Communications is available on our website uke.gov.pl, in the Accessibility tab.