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The Jastrzębie-Zdrój City Hall undertakes to ensure the accessibility of its website in accordance with the Act of April 4, 2019, on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities. The statement on accessibility applies to the website www.jastrzebie.pl of the Jastrzębie-Zdrój City Hall.
Website publication date: July 5, 2018. No significant changes have been introduced since then.
This website is partially compliant with the Law on Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications of Public Entities due to incompatibilities or exclusions listed below: Unavailable content:
The content listed below is not available for the following reasons:
non-compliance with national regulations:
Some videos on the website do not have subtitles for deaf people.
Some non-text documents may not have alternative text.
In unusual cases, the websites contain unclear descriptions of links.
Some PDF documents are not fully read correctly by programs for the visually impaired (e.g. incorrectly prepared tables, charts, pictures, missing navigation sections, title, etc.).
Not all downloads come with format and size information.
Some documents may not meet the formatting rules compliant with WCAG 2.1 guidelines.
the content does not fall within the scope of applicable law:
Maps are exempt from accessibility obligations.
Preparation of an accessibility statement
The statement was prepared on 17.09.2020. The statement was made on the basis of a self-assessment conducted by the public entity.
You can use standard keyboard shortcuts on the website.
Feedback and contact details
In case of problems with accessibility of the website, please contact us. The person responsible is Halina Humeniuk, e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org. You can submit requests for unavailable information in the same way, and submit complaints about non-availability. You can also contact us by phone 32 4785 371.
Some documents may not meet the formatting rules compliant with the WCAG 2.1 guidelines. The public entity should process the request immediately and no later than within 7 days. If it is not possible to meet this deadline, the public entity shall immediately inform when it will be possible to fulfil the request, and the deadline may not be longer than 2 months. If accessibility cannot be ensured, the public entity may propose an alternative way of accessing the information.
The public entity should fulfil the request immediately and not later than within 7 days. If it is not possible to meet this deadline, the public entity shall immediately inform when it will be possible to fulfil the request, and the deadline may not be longer than 2 months. If accessibility cannot be ensured, the public entity may propose an alternative way of accessing the information.
In the event that the entity refuses to comply with the request to ensure accessibility or alternative access to information, a complaint may be made against such action.
After exhausting all possibilities, the complaint may also be sent to the Ombudsman.
Persons experiencing permanent or periodic communication difficulties may contact the Jastrzębie-Zdrój City Hall via e-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, fax: 32 47 17 070, 32 47 85 371 and in person at the general office (room 020A) of the Jastrzębie-Zdrój City Hall. Simple official matters are dealt with directly by employees of the Jastrzębie-Zdrój City Hall, who use sign language. Settlement of such a case by an authorized person does not require prior notification.
In particularly complicated matters, an authorized person should report their willingness to use an interpreter at least 3 working days ahead, except in emergencies. The service is free of charge for the entitled person who is a disabled person within the meaning of the Act on Vocational and Social Rehabilitation and Employment of Disabled Persons.
There is one entrance with a sliding door to the building of the Jastrzębie-Zdrój City Hall. There is an information terminal in the entrance hall. It is a terminal with colour underprint, with easily palpable convex elements and a clear, contrasting graphic layout supplemented with black-printed texts and Braille pins. Thanks to it, blind or visually impaired people, as well as the elderly and those with hearing problems, will obtain information about the space in which they are located. The terminal is equipped with a convex plan of the office building, a sound system that reads messages, a keyboard and signs in Braille, raised and enlarged.
Deaf and mute people can obtain all the necessary information at the City Hall, as well as report a matter, using an SMS text message. In order to provide an alternative way of communication with people unable to provide voice information, the City Hall has launched a special telephone line number 516 844 320. SMS messages are received 24 hours a day by employees of the Municipal Police, who answer a given question or take appropriate action in response to a received notification . In front of the stairs in the office building there are so-called fields of attention - yellow stripes informing the visually impaired that there is a step. There are overlays with information in Braille on the handrails. There are warning tapes on the glazed surfaces (all glass doors).
There are two elevators in the building that allow wheelchair users to move between floors. The buttons are backlit, making it easier for people with visual impairments to use them. Red back light is used for the standby mode of a button, and when pressed, the colour changes to green. The alarm buttons are permanently backlit in yellow. In addition, the instruction buttons with a numerical designation have information in Braille. There are 2 disabled parking spaces in the parking lot of the City Hall office.