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Accessibility Statement


Introduction to the Statement

NASK-PIB, the publisher of ACIG, is committed to making its website accessible, in accordance with the Act of April 4, 2019 on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public bodies. The accessibility statement applies to the ACIG Journal website.
Date of website publication: 2024-03-21
This statement was prepared on 2024-03-25
The Accessibility Statement was created based on a self-assessment carried out by the public sector body.

Compliance status

This website is partially compliant with the Act of April 4, 2019 on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public sector bodies due to the following non-compliances or exclusions.

Non-accessible content

There may be situations where, despite the efforts of the website editors, certain content published on the page is unavailable due to the fact that it comes from other entities.
The site contains context links with content that does not provide unambiguous information about their purpose.
Some alternative texts are missing or flawed. In some places, there are missing form labels.
There are a few validation errors or outdated, unused HTML elements on the page.

Content exempt from accessibility

There is some content from other entities that was not created or acquired by our entity or for it, or which our entity is not authorized to modify.

Additional information

We strive to ensure that the website is readily accessible upon entry. However, in some cases, enabling specific settings may enhance user experience. The button to adjust contrast or highlight links is situated in the lower right corner of the screen.

Keyboard shortcuts

No keyboard shortcuts have been specified on this website.

Feedback and contact information

The person responsible for accessibility and for processing requests: Katarzyna Nakonieczna,
email:, phone number: +48532519711.

The procedure

Everyone has the right to:
submit comments on the digital accessibility of the website or its elements,
submit a request to ensure the digital accessibility of a website or its elements,
request that non-accessible information be made accessible in an alternative form.

The request must include:
contact details of the reporting person,
indication of the website or its element which the request relates to,
indication of a convenient form of providing information if the request concerns disclosure of inaccessible information in an alternative form.

Consideration of the notification should take place immediately, at the latest within 7 days. If it is not possible to provide accessibility or an alternative form within this period, it will take place no later than 2 months from the date of notification.

Complaints and appeals

If the public sector body refuses to comply with the request to provide accessibility or an alternative method of access to information, the person submitting the request may submit a complaint regarding the provision of digital accessibility of a website, mobile application or their elements. After exhausting the above-mentioned procedure, it is possible to submit an application to the Ombudsman.

Architectural accessibility

The building is adapted for people with mobility disabilities. There are 2 entrances to the building, from ul. Kolska (main entrance) and from ul. Spokojna. The main entrance allows easy access for wheelchairs.

There are 2 disabled parking spaces near the main entrance. After entering the building there is a reception desk. The further passage is secured with gates through which a person in a wheelchair can pass.

Corridors and rooms on all floors of the building are accessible to wheelchair users.

There are two elevators in the building. The elevator doors are automatic sliding. Optical and acoustic signals enable easy identification of the lift, all visual markings are accompanied by an equivalent voice message informing about the location of the cabin.

The button panel in the elevator car is located on the left side of the car, at a height of approx. 1 m from the floor. The buttons in the elevator are clearly visible, contrasting, with a diameter of approx. 20 mm, additionally marked in Braille, and acceptance of the call is signaled by their backlight.

A toilet for disabled people is located on the ground floor, near the reception. An induction loop is installed in the building.

At the reception and in any other place you can use an online Polish Sign Language interpreter (PJM). The service is available during NASK-PIB's working hours. The service is free for Deaf people.
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