Pecespa is committed to making its websites accessible in accordance with Royal Decree 1112/2018 of 7 September on accessibility of public sector websites and applications for mobile devices.
This website is partially compl iant with RD 1112/2018 due to the exceptions and non-compliance of the aspects listed below.
CONTENT NOT ACCESSIBLE
The content below is not accessible because of the following:
- Failure to comply with RD 1112/2018:
- The portal may contain content in other languages in which the language change is not correctly labeled.
- There is textual content without sufficient contrast
- It is observed that in some cases the focus does not meet the minimum contrast ratio required.
- In some cases there may be overlapping of content
- Disproportionate burden:
- Content does not fall within the scope of applicable law:
There may be documents in PDF format published prior to September 20, 2018 that do not fully meet all accessibility requirements.
PREPARATION OF THIS ACCESSIBILITY STATEMENT
This statement was prepared on July 18, 2023.
The method used for this statement was a self-assessment carried out by internal resources.
COMMENTS AND CONTACT INFORMATION
Communications on Accessibility Requirements
You can make communications on accessibility requirements (article 10.2.a of RD 1112/2018) such as, for example:
- to report any possible non-compliance by this website
- transmit other difficulties in accessing the content
- ask any other questions or make any suggestions for improvement regarding the accessibility of the website
by sending us your notification to email@example.com
Accessible Information Requests and Complaints
To email firstname.lastname@example.org you may submit:
- a Complaint regarding compliance with the requirements of RD 1112/2018 or
- a Request for Accessible Information related to:
- contents that are excluded from the scope of application of RD 1112/2018 as established by Article 3, paragraph 4.
- content that is exempt from compliance with accessibility requirements because it imposes a disproportionate burden.
In the Request for Accessible Information, the facts, reasons and request must be clearly stated to show that it is a reasonable and legitimate request.
If once a request for accessible information or complaint has been made, it has been rejected, the person concerned does not agree with the decision adopted, or the response does not meet the requirements referred to in Article 12.5 of RD 1112/2018, the person concerned may initiate a complaint. A complaint may also be filed if no response has been received.
- has been designed in accordance with current standards and regulations regarding accessibility, complying with the priority 2 (AA) checkpoints defined in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1) specification.
- is optimized for the latest current versions of Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Safari and Opera
- is designed to be displayed correctly in any resolution and on any desktop, tablet or mobile device ( responsive design).
- has been realized using WordPress.
In addition, a continuous audit and revision of content is carried out to facilitate its interpretation and improve navigation through the web portal.