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Website Accessibility Policy

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Website Accessibility Policy for Companies to ensure the content and services available on a website accessible to all people, including people with disabilities.

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Website accessibility means enabling the content and services available on a website accessible to all people, including people with disabilities. This ensures all users have a good user experience and are able to access your website.

A Website Accessibility Policy sets out the steps a Company will take  it will undertake to achieve the accessibility goals i.e. removing the accessibility barriers and complying with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (“WCAG”) 

The WCAG was introduced by the World Wide Web Consortium to provide guidelines on how to make the website content and service more accessible to people with disabilities. It applies to all web content and applications.

It is important to refer to the local laws for web accessibility to ensure compliance

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This document should be carefully read by all the employees.

This policy can apply to internal websites of the organisation (such as intranets) and to the websites for external users.

You may make your policies available to the public by posting them on your website.  You may also share your policy with your employees (e.g. by posting on the intranet) so they are aware of the organisation's commitment to accessibility.

 

This Letter should be sent to the Human Resources Department, if applicable.

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