The Silesian Culture Centre in Nakło Śląskie is committed to making its website accessible in accordance with the Act of 4 April 2019 on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities. The accessibility statement applies to the website

Date of website publication: 11.03.2013

Last major update: 08.08.2019

The website is partially compliant with the Digital Accessibility of Public Entities’ Websites and Mobile Applications Act due to the incompatibilities or exemptions listed below.

  • There are films on the website for which subtitles have not been added for the hearing impaired and Deaf.
  • Some of the images do not have alternative descriptions – this applies mainly to digital reproductions of paintings presented in the exhibition descriptions.
  • Some of the PDF documents are based on MS Word documents (the logical structure is not well marked). As far as possible we will correct this and make efforts to prepare new documents correctly.

This statement was prepared on: 23.09.2020 r. The statement was updated on: 22.03.2024 r. The statement was based on a self-assessment carried out by the public sector body.

Enhancements to the entity’s website:

  • increased contrast (black background, yellow letters),
  • greyscale or negative setting,
  • option to increase the size of letters on the page,
  • site map,
  • focus around navigation elements,
  • underlining of links,
  • change to a legible font,
  • ability to navigate without using the mouse,
  • search engines,
  • standard keyboard shortcuts can be used on the website.

Feedback and contact information

In case of accessibility problems with the website, please contact us.

The Silesian Clulture Centre in Nakło Śląskie
ul. Parkowa 1
42-620 Nakło Śląskie
+48 32 441 60 28 lub  + 48 505 802 207

Requests for inaccessible information and complaints about failure to provide accessibility can be made using the same means.

Everyone has the right to request the provision of accessibility to a digital website, mobile application or some element thereof. It is also possible to request that information be made available in alternative forms, for example, reading a digitally inaccessible document, describing the content of a film without an audio description, etc. The request should include the identity of the person making the request, an indication of which website or mobile application is being requested and how to contact it. If the person making the request wishes to receive the information in an alternative form, he or she should also specify the form in which the information is to be provided.

Everyone has the right to request digital accessibility to the website, mobile application or any elements thereof. You can also request information to be made available using an alternative means of access, for example by reading out a digitally inaccessible document, describing the content of a video without audio description, etc.

The request should contain the particulars of the person filing the request, indication of the website or mobile application it concerns and contact information. If the requesting person reports the need to receive information by means of an alternative method of access, they should also specify a convenient mode of presenting such information to them.

The public entity should promptly satisfy the request, not later than within 7 days from the date the request was filed. If meeting this deadline is not possible, the public entity will promptly notify the person filing the request about the time when the request can be satisfied, however, this deadline may not exceed 2 months from the date of filing the request.

If the provision of digital accessibility is not possible, the public entity may offer an alternative access to the information. If the public entity refuses to comply with the request to provide accessibility or an alternative method to access the information, the person filing the request may lodge a complaint regarding the provision of digital accessibility to the website, mobile application or an element of the website or mobile application. After exhausting the above-mentioned procedure, an application may be filed with the Commissioner for Human Rights.


Architectural accessibility

The Silesian Culture Centre is located in a single historic building, which is situated at 1 Parkowa St. in Nakło Śląskie. The main entrance at the front of the building is accessible to people with disabilities through access to the interior directly from street level, with wide manually-opening doors and a ramp allowing wheelchair users to enter freely. The entire area of the building can be navigated unhindered by wide corridors without thresholds with light switches located at an accessible height: the corridors also have light boards (marking the escape route) and sound signals (informing of fire hazards). The building is equipped with an internal lift suitable for transporting people with disabilities from the reception and ground floor to the first floor. The lift has illuminated buttons at an accessible height and an alarm signal.

There are two disabled-accessible toilets in the building: the first, smaller one on the ground floor and the second on the first floor. Both toilets have additional handholds and free access to the washbasin. The toilet on the first floor additionally has an area adapted for mothers with small children (changing table). The building is equipped with CCTV and has a first aid kit. It is possible to enter the Centre with a guide dog, for which a place has been arranged at the main entrance.

The building has secure parking spaces, which are located in the park area, from where you can safely (limitation of car traffic by appropriate signage) walk to the Centre building. It is also possible to drive directly up to the main entrance and leave the car in the car park. The building has no parking spaces for people with disabilities. There are two bus stops in the immediate vicinity of the Centre, one of which has to be accessed via a road with traffic lights.

The Centre does not have facilities for the blind and deaf in the form of specialised tools, i.e. labeling of rooms in Braille, tiffographic plans or induction loop. There is no Polish Sign Language interpreter at the Centre, persons wishing to use the services of a Polish Sign Language (PJM) interpreter are requested to contact the secretariat in advance.

The Silesian Culture Centre pledges to help anyone who needs to access the offer more easily. In order to do so, for example, a ‘video guide’ has been prepared with subtitles for the deaf and hearing-impaired, with English subtitles and with translation into Polish Sign Language (PJM).