Declaration of accessibility
The Faculty of Civil Engineering and Resource Management of the University of Krakow in Kraków undertakes to ensure the website’s accessibility in compliance with the provisions of the Act of 4 April 2019 on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities. The accessibility statement applies to the homepage of the website.
Website publication date: 2018-12-01Date of last significant update: 2021-05-31
STATUS IN TERMS OF COMPLIANCE WITH THE ACT
The website is partially compliant with the Digital Accessibility of Public Entities’ Websites and Mobile Applications Act due to the non-compliances or exclusions listed below.
- The website contains films with no subtitles for deaf users. The subtitles are provided for new film productions.Publications in the form of PDF files are partially accessible. There are two versions of files uploaded on the website: PDF and DOC.
- Some published photos do not have an alternative caption, they are for illustrative or promotional purposes and are not used for current assignments.
Preparation of the Declaration on Accessibility
- The Declaration was prepared on: 2020-09-21
- The Declaration was last reviewed and updated on: 2023-09-01
The Declaration has been prepared on the basis of a self-assessment.
The website can use standard browser keyboard shortcuts.
FEEDBACK AND CONTACT DETAILS
If you have any problems with the website’s accessibility, please contact us.
The contact person:
Telephone: +48 12 888 21 00
The same method can be used to submit requests for inaccessible information and to submit complaints about the unavailability.
Each individual has the right to:
- submit comments on the accessibility of a digital website or its component,
- submit a request to ensure accessibility of a digital website or its component
- request accessibility of the non-accessible information in another alternative form.
The request must include:
- the contact details of the person making the request,
- an indication of the website or feature to which the request relates,
- an indication of a convenient form to make the information available if the request is for alternative forms of non-accessible information.
- The request should be processed without delay, and at the latest within 7 days. If it is not possible to provide access or provide access in an alternative form within this deadline, the request shall be dealt with at the latest within 2 months of the submission date.
Complaints and appeals
A complaint about the failure to meet these deadlines and about the refusal to comply with the request may be submitted to the supervisory authority by post or by e-mail to:
Administrative Director of the Department
mgr Elżbieta Sura
Address: al. Mickiewicza 30, paw. A-4 30-059 Kraków
A complaint may also be submitted to the Human Rights Ombudsman.
ACCESSIBILITY OF THE DEAN’S OFFICE AND FACULTY OFFICES IN THE AGH A4 BUILDING
The main entrance to the A-4 building is located on the AGH campus. There is a porter’s lodge located at the entrance which supervises people entering the building. There are stairs (11 steps) at the entrance to the building. This entrance is not accessible for the wheelchair users. The entrance on the side of the building, to the right of the main entrance, has been adapted for wheelchair users. There is a ramp leading to the entrance. An additional entrance to the building with a ramp for wheelchair users is located in the inner courtyard of buildings A3 and A4.
Accessibility of corridors, stairs and lifts
The corridors in the building ensure free movement. There are no level differences in the circulation area.
Stairs do not have any special facilities for people with disabilities.
The building is equipped with a passenger lift moving between floors -1 (low ground floor) to the 4th floor, partially adapted to the needs of people with disabilities with dimensions: 1,1×1,3 m. The lift is equipped with voice announcements and labels in Braille alphabet.
Information on the location and use of parking spaces designated for the disabled.
There is a parking space designated for persons with disabilities in the internal car park, located on the side entrance adapted for persons with disabilities. There is an entrance to the car park from 7 Reymonta Street (Main Gate). The car park entrance is restricted by a security barrier with an intercom and a staff station. It is possible to apply for a pass to open the barrier or assistance from the AGH security guard.
ACCESS TO THE FACULTY LIBRARY AND FACULTY OFFICES IN BUILDING A1
The main entrance to the A-1 building is located on the AGH campus. There are stairs (6 steps) at the entrance to the building. This entrance is not accessible for wheelchair users. People who use wheelchairs can get to the building through the entrance to building C1. A wheelchair ramp leads to the entrance. There is a lift in the building, which should be taken to the first floor and with the use of the ramp in the building C1 and A1 connector to enter building A1. The access to the rooms of the Faculty Library is ensured by a side entrance from the exit between the A0 and A1 buildings on Reymonta Street and a lift located in this part of the building.
Accessibility of corridors, stairs and lifts
The corridors of the building ensure free movement. There are no level differences in the hallways, except in the connecting passage between building C1 and A1, where the ramp is available, and at the stairs in front of the entrance to the library premises. The library rooms are accessible via the side entrance of the building.The staircase does not have any special facilities for people with disabilities.Building A1 is equipped with 2 passenger lifts. One goes between floors -1 (low ground floor) to 3rd floor, and the other in the library building between floors -1 (low ground floor) to 2nd floor. The lifts are partially adapted to the needs of people with disabilities, with dimensions: 1,1×1,3 m. They are equipped with voice announcements and labels in the Braille alphabet.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND OTHER NOTICES
Information on access with an assistance dog and possible justifiable restrictions.You may enter the building with an assistance dog.
Information on the provision of sign language interpreters on-site or online.
If you need a sign language interpreter on-site or online, please contact the Disability Services Office
Telephone: +48 12 617-46-30