The Podlasie Museum in Białystok ensures the accessibility of its website in accordance with the regulations of the Act of 4 April 2019 on the digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities (Journal of Laws 2019, item 848).
The declaration of accessibility applies to the website: http://sztukabezgranic.muzeum.bialystok.pl.
Website publication date: 11 December 2020.
Date of the last major update: 11 December 2020
The website mentioned above has been prepared in accordance with the WCAG 2.1 standards and meets the requirements of digital accessibility of public entity websites.
Despite the best efforts, certain materials published on the website are insufficiently accessible, due to the fact that:
– they have been made before the entry of the Accessibility Act into force;
– adaptation thereof requires greater financial expenses.
The declaration has been prepared on the basis of a self-assessment conducted by the public entity.
Feedbackand contact data
In case of any problems with accessibility of the website under consideration, please contact us. The contact person is Katarzyna Malinowska, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact may also be made by calling the telephone number 509 336 862. Applications for disclosure of inaccessible information and complaints against failure to ensure accessibility may be lodged by the same means.
A user has the right to request ensuring digital accessibility of the website under consideration or any part thereof. One may also request disclosure of information via an alternative mode of access, e.g. through reading out of the digitally-inaccessible document or description of the contents of a film lacking audio description.
The request should include: the data of the person submitting the request, indication of the element chosen for disclosure, mode of contact.
The public entity should comply with the request immediately, no later than within 7 days. If meeting of this deadline is impossible, the public entity shall notify the user immediately when the execution of the request becomes possible, whereas this deadline cannot be longer than 2 months. If ensuring of accessibility is impossible, the public entity may propose an alternative mode of access to the information.
In the event that the entity refuses to execute the request to provide accessibility or alternative access to the information, one may lodge a complaint against such an action.
Upon exhaustionof all options, a complaint may also be submitted to the Commissioner for Human Rights.