Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center undertakes to ensure the availability of the SELF website in accordance with the Act of 4 April 2019. informing about the availability of websites and mobile applications of public entities. This statement applies to SELF service self-all.eu.
PELOSHA website publication date: 2019.10.17
Date of the last major update of the PELOSHA website: 2019.10.17
The website in the current version complies with the Act on digital accessibility for websites and mobile applications for public entities. Standard keyboard shortcuts apply on the website.
Feedback and contact details
If you encounter problems with digital accessibility on the website for people with disabilities please contact us. The person responsible is Michał Kosiedowski, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact us by calling phone number (+48 61) 858-2001. Please use the same route to submit requests for information that is not available, and file complaints for non-availability. Anyone has the right to request compliance with the website accessibility requirements if an element still does not meet the specified requirements.
Requests for digital objects on the page
The applicant may request the information to be provided in an alternative format, such as reading a document. The person making the request should write:
your data such as name and surname, e-mail address
indicate the page or page element it relates to
specify the format of providing alternative information, if requested
specify your preferred method of contact
The public entity undertakes to fulfill the request immediately after receiving it, no later than 7 days. If it is not possible to meet this deadline for some reason, the public entity will inform the person submitting the request about it, when it will be possible to fulfill it. If ensuring the availability in the required format, the public entity will not be able to achieve it, it will propose an alternative method of delivering the content.
In the event that the entity refuses to comply with the request due to the impossibility of fulfilling the request, a complaint may be made against such action.
Complaints can finally be sent to Commissioner for Human Rights.
Statement of architectural accessibility
Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center, ul. Jana Pawła II 10, 61-139 Poznań, Poland.
There is an entrance to the building from Jana Pawła II Street. There are stairs, a ramp or an elevator leading to the entrance (in the case of an elevator – the entrance from Prof. J. Rychlewskiego Street, please contact the reception in advance by phone +48 61 858 20 01). The reception is located in front of the entrance. A wheelchair user can access the reception desk. There is no sign language interpreter at the reception, but if the visit is announced in advance and requires an interpreter, PSNC undertakes to provide one or organize an alternative form of communication (MJP).
A disabled toilet is available within the building. However, in the building, outside the main hall, you should move around in the presence of a person who works for PSNC. The entrance to the parking spaces for disabled people to the PSNC premises is from Jana Pawła II Street.
You can enter the building with a guide dog.
There is no Braille information in the building.