Naktuinbouw is committed to ensuring everyone is able to use this website. Have you tried to use a page that isn't accessible? Please report any issues to us.
What is an accessible website?
An accessible website can be used better by all target groups. For this reason, functional, technical and editorial accessibility requirements apply to websites of public authorities and other public sector bodies. These are established in EN 301 549: The European Standard for Digital Accessibility.
Naktuinbouw also wants to be consistent with the accessibility requirements that public authorities and other public sector bodies must satisfy. We ensure good accessibility through various measures within our (daily) processes:
- Accessibility ‘by design’: from the start, accessibility is included in all the steps in the design, construction and editorial processes of our website.
- Testing: we use software that tests accessibility. This extends to functional, technical and editorial aspects. Any bottlenecks that are identified are solved for long-term functionality.
- Employee knowledge: our employees update their knowledge of accessibility and apply this knowledge where necessary.
Sections of the website that do not comply
We do expect our entire website to fully comply with the requirements. At the moment, we have taken the decision not to make a complete inventory of sections of our website that do not yet comply. In 2021, we will start working on a new website. During this process we will ensure that the (new) accessibility requirements are intermediately taken into account during the design and construction process.
Reporting accessibility issues
Do you have any questions or comments? Or would you like to use a page that is not accessible? Please contact Naktuinbouw. Please select ‘Other or general question’ in the ‘I have a question about’ part of the form.