The State Labour Inspectorate Chief Labour Inspectorate is committed to ensuring 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 accessibility statement applies to the website of the State Labour Inspection.
- Website publication date: 2014-08-29
- Date of last significant update: 2023-07-28
The website is partially compliant with the Act on Digital Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications of Public Entities due to the following inconsistencies or exclusions.
- documents published on the website as PDF files are not digitally accessible in full,
- some images do not have a text alternative,
- some videos do not have captions for deaf users or do not have a text description,
- some files are not digitally accessible,
- some pages do not have correct article heading structure,
- input elements on some pages do not have a specific purpose,
- some content is emphasized only with colour,
- font size of some text elements cannot be changed,
- lack of possibility to change spacing between words or lines,
- some information is only presented in graphic form,
- some text elements are presented in graphic form.
- text and text-graphic documents, documents created with the use of presentation or spreadsheet programs, published before 23 September 2018, are excluded from the obligation to ensure accessibility,
- maps are excluded from the obligation to ensure accessibility,
- files created by entities other than the State Labour Inspection and provided for publishing in paper form or as scans are not accessible due to the lack of access to source data,
- archived content, which is not used for carrying out ongoing tasks, is excluded from the obligation to ensure accessibility.
Drawing up of the accessibility statement
- The statement was drawn up on: 2020-09-22
- The statement was last reviewed and updated on: 2023-07-28
The statement was based on self-assessment.
Feedback and contact data
- The person responsible for processing complaints and requests is: Jerzy Wlazło.
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Telephone: 22 391 83 22
Everyone has the right to:
- submit remarks concerning digital accessibility of the website or any element thereof,
- request digital accessibility of the website or any element thereof,
- request that otherwise unavailable information be made available in an alternative form.
The request should:
- include contact data of the person filing the request,
- indicate the page or the element of the page to which the request is related,
- indicate a preferred form of making information accessible, if non-accessible information is requested to be provided in an alternative form.
Requests should be processed without delay, not later than within 7 days. If it is not possible to ensure accessibility or provide access in an alternative form within this time limit, the processing should take place at the latest within 2 months from the date of the request.
Complaints and appeals
If the deadlines are not met or the request is refused, a complaint may be filed to the supervising authority by post or e-mail at the following address:
- Supervising authority: State Labour Inspection Chief Labour Inspectorate
- Address: State Labour Inspection Chief Labour Inspectorate, ul. Barska 28/30, 02-315 Warszawa
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: 22 391 82 15
A complaint may also be filed with the Commissioner for Civil Rights Protection.
Building A, located in Warsaw at ul. Barska 28/30, which is the seat of the State Labour Inspection Chief Labour Inspectorate, is adapted to the needs of persons with disabilities. There are stairs with railings, leading to the entrance to building A in Warsaw, ul. Barska 28/30. Directly in front of the entrance door there is a paved access way (landing). On the left side of the entrance there is a lift for people with disabilities, which allows access to the seat of the SLI CLI for wheelchair users. Next to the door of the lift there is a button allowing a person with disability to call the lift down without help. The on/off button is located inside the lift for people with disabilities. On the ground floor of the building there is a toilet facility adapted to the needs of wheelchair users. There are no thresholds in the building. Entrance doors to all the rooms are 90 cm wide. Lifts in the building are 90 cm wide and have buttons in Braille. It is possible to enter the building and all its rooms with assistance dogs and guide dogs. There are no induction loops in the building. Directly in front of building A there is one parking place for persons with disabilities, marked with a P-20 blue box and a P-24 symbol.
Building B, located in Warsaw at ul. Barska 28/30, which is the seat of the State Labour Inspection Chief Labour Inspectorate, including the State Labour Inspection Counselling Centre, is adapted to the needs of persons with disabilities. There are no stairs leading to building B; there is paved access to the building on the ground level. There are no thresholds in the building. Entrance doors to all the rooms are 90 cm wide. The lift in the building is 90 cm wide. It is possible to enter the building and all its rooms with assistance dogs and guide dogs. There are no induction loops in the building. There is no parking place for people with disabilities directly in front of building B, but the parking place for people with disabilities in front of building A is approximately 50 m away.
Lifts located in building A have buttons in Braille and loudspeakers announcing on which floor the lift has stopped – convenient for visually impaired people.
Toilet facilities for people with disabilities are located in corridors for public use; they are equipped with additional amenities facilitating personal hygiene procedures for wheelchair users or parents of young children.