The Landschaftsverband Rheinland (LVR) aspires to make its Web pages accessible to all. They should be designed in such a way that they are consistent with the national legislation relating to the implementation of standard procedure (EU) 2016/2102 issued by the European Parliament. The following Accessibility Statement applies for the Web page LVR-Industriemuseum with its subchapters.
Status of Compliance of the Web page with the requirements for accessible information technology
We are currently working to improve the accessibility of the Web pages of Landschaftsverband Rheinland. We much appreciate your being patient as the Landschaftsverband Rheinland with its schools, clinics, museums, cultural institutions, remedial facility networks, youth welfare facilities and the State Youth Welfare Service operates a large number of Web pages which require optimisation in respect of accessibility as well as changes in the programming. At the time that the pages were compiled the topic of accessibility was not yet developed to the extent it is today. We are making every effort to remove the barriers as soon as possible.
In particular the following deficits exist:
The statement was issued on 21st August 2020.
The statement was drawn up based on a self-assessment by the LVR-Zentrum für Medien und Bildung on 06.08.2019
If you would like to contact the LVR-Industriemuseum, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We would be pleased to receive your comments, ideas and questions on the topic of “Accessibility”. In particular we would appreciate your informing us of any deficits and drawing attention to details about the contents excepted from the EU standard procedure.
Your contact at the LVR Zentrum für Medien und Bildung (Centre for Media and Education):
Please note that when sending an email the indicated data relating to your person and the specific data based on Article 6, para. 1 EU-GDPR sent to Landschaftsverband Rheinland will be used to respond to the enquiry. Please refer also to our Datenschutzhinweise. (Data Protection Information)
The Regulatory Authority for Accessible Information Technology North Rhine Westphalia regularly checks whether and to what extent Web pages and mobile applications of state public bodies meet the accessibility requirements.
Purpose of the work of the regulatory authority is to guarantee compliance with the requirements for accessible information technology and to ensure comprehensive implementation of the legal regulations.
Should you not receive satisfactory answers to communications or enquiries about accessible information technology relating to the Web pages of the “LVR-Industriemuseum“ you can call on the ombudsman for accessible information technology. Together with all parties involved, the ombudsman tries to establish the causes for the missing accessibility so that the provider can eliminate them.
The ombudsman is assigned to the authorised representative for the needs of persons with disabilities in acc. with § 11 of the Act on Equal Opportunities for Disabled Persons (BITVNRW).