The National Information Processing Institute undertakes to make its website https://opi.org.pl available under the Act of 4 April 2019 on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities.
Date of publication of website: 2020-01-20
Date of last major update: 2020-09-22
The website partially complies with the Act on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities.
The declaration was made on 2020-03-01 on the basis of self-assessment of a public entity.
- contrast of some elements is inadequate
- focus is invisible
- alternative text for some images might be missing
- structure of headlines must be standardised
The website is being modified to make it more accessible. With enhancements introduced on a regular basis, accessibility will improve gradually. By the end of 2020, the websites will meet the WCAG 2020.1 level AA requirements.
Feedback and contact data
Any website accessibility issues should be reported. All queries should be sent to Marcin Pietrzak at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Any requests to make unavailable information available, as well as any complaints regarding inaccessibility should be submitted via e-mail to the address above.
Each person has the right to request digital access to the website, mobile application or any element thereof. It is also possible to request that information is made available with the use of an alternative access method, e.g. for reading out a document that is digitally inaccessible, describing the content of a video without audio-description etc. In his/her request, the requesting person should include his/her data, specify a website or a mobile application to which the request pertains, and indicate the preferred method of contact. If the requesting person requests that information be provided with the use of an alternative access method, they should additionally specify the preferred method.
The public entity shall fulfill the request as soon as possible, but not later than within 7 days of the date of the request. Should meeting the said deadline prove impossible, the public entity shall, without delay, notify the requesting person when it will be possible to fulfill the request – the new deadline not exceeding 2 months as from the date of the request. Should it prove impossible to ensure digital accessibility, the public entity may propose an alternative access method.
If the entity refuses to fulfill the request to ensure accessibility or an alternative information access method, the requesting person shall have the right to submit a complaint.
Once the procedure specified above has been exhausted, the requesting person will also have the right to file a complaint with the Commissioner for Human Rights.
National Information Processing Institute, al. Niepodległości 188B, 00-608 Warszawa.
Each building can be accessed via two entrances. Guests should use the main entrance, which can be accessed via steps or a wheelchair ramp. There are two parking places for the disabled in front of the building. The reception desk is located opposite the front door. Other parts of the buildings are inaccessible without an electronic security pass. Wheelchair users can access only the corridor and the rooms on the ground floor. There is no elevator in the building. The disabled toilet is located on the ground floor. Assistance dogs and guide dogs are allowed in all areas of the building.