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Information on accessibility
This website is designed for all users. It enables access to information with no limits for reasons of disability or handicap, and without prejudice to the devices used or the context of use. In its management, we start from the premise that accessibility is not only a benefit for the disabled, it improves the query and browsing process in general, and provides advantages for users who are visually impaired or have difficulty reading or understanding or have low-performance devices.
This website has been developed in compliance with UNE standard 139803:2012 and with the guidelines defined by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) permanent working group of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) conformance level Double-A.
All of the pages on this website meet all of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 requirements established by the WAI of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). The site has passed the web accessibility test (TAW), a tool for analysing web page accessibility.
Given the huge volume of information published on this site and the frequency with which some pages are updated, accessibility measures have been incorporated gradually. In some news sections content is being adapted, from the most recent to the oldest. In the case of available documents, these will be also be adapted gradually, particularly by user request, with the aim of providing a website that is as accessible as possible in its entirety.
This declaration of conformity includes pages under the domain www.tmb.cat and excludes destination pages of external links and content embedded in this website that comes from other servers. Also excluded from the declaration is the section TMB Connection, as it is essentially based on a summary of our activity on the social networks.
Given their volume and/or complexity, the accessibility measures for documents in PDF format are being incorporated gradually. Documents created prior to the date of certification have largely been kept in their original state. An adapted version may be sent to users who so require and request one from firstname.lastname@example.org.
In many cases a text equivalent of the PDF document will be provided on the corresponding pages of the website. Documents from external organisations are supplied according to the terms in which they were generated by such organisation.
We work to improve accessibility daily and invite you to take part in the process of continual improvement by sending your suggestions to (email@example.com).
All the pages on this website have been programmed in HTML version 4.
Minimum requirements: 1280 × 1024 screen resolution, thousands of colours.