The Faculty for Health Sciences is engaged in ensuring digital accessibility for people with disabilities. We are constantly improving the user-friendliness of all applications and strive to harmonise our provision with the Brandenburg Accessible Information Technology Ordinance (BbgBITV).
This accessibility declaration applies to the central web presence of the Faculty for Health Sciences – fgw.test.uva.de and its intranet.
This declaration does not apply to project websites and web services of organisational units of the Faculty, which operate their own web presences.
The Faculty for Health Sciences has taken the following measures to ensure accessibility:
Partially compliant: this application is partially compliant with the requirements of EN 301 549.
Assessment method: self-assessment
Date of creation: 2021
Last inspection: 2021
Despite our efforts, certain problems may arise during use.
This is a description of the known non-accessible content. Please contact us if you find a problem that has not been listed.
As a Faculty, we have an extensive, diverse web presence and operate complex, central web applications with many participants. Our web presence and central applications were published in 2021 and do not meet the current standard for accessibility.
Various documents for office use (e.g. PDF files) have not been able to be fully converted, because of their variety and complexity.
We are working on providing our web content and documents in an accessible format.
Support for students and employees
You can tell us about existing defects in our compliance with accessibility requirements. Non-accessible information can be requested in an accessible format.
If a question about accessibility remains fully or partially unanswered for three weeks or if the answer is not acceptable to you, the public ombudsman can be requested to determine if measures relating to official monitoring are required.
Ministry for Social Affairs, Health, Integration and Consumer Protection of the State of Brandenburg
State Officer for the Needs of People with Disabilities – Enforcement Office –
Henning-von-Tresckow-Straße 2-13, Bldg. S, 14467 Potsdam
Chief Information Officer (CIO)
Dr. Peter Kostädt
Potsdam, 16 September 2020