Achieving Website Compliance in line with the DDA
Is your organisation compliant with The Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (the DDA)? The act makes it unlawful to provide a service that is not accessible to everybody. It is irrelevant whether the service is provided with or without payment and is clearly applicable to information and services supplied via the Internet.
A government agency have rigorously researched the regulations, making significant changes to their underlying structure, striving to ensure that they meet the AA standard for the web, implementing different software, that checks accessibility and allows access for users that otherwise might not be able to access their site.
This presentation-led online discussion will provide you with the opportunity to:
- Gain a greater understanding of what others are doing or have done to achieve compliance
- Understand what you need to have on your website to be compliant
- Compare different tools
- Help to ensure your organisation is compliant with the letter of the law.
Who should attend
Business Alignment / Buy-in
Creating a Supportive Infrastructure
Change Management - Identifying Risks and the Impact on Services
Measuring & Reporting Toolsets
Managing 3rd Party Services
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