Accessibility statement

Accessibility statement

JAZMP is committed to making its websites accessible in accordance with the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications Act and Directive (EU) 2016/2102 of the European Parliament and of the Council. This accessibility statement applies to the website


JAZMP aims to ensure that services are accessible to the widest possible range of users. The website therefore provides an appropriate choice of functionalities with the aim of making it easier and more accessible to use.

The accessibility menu on the website can be enabled by clicking on the menu icon which appears by default on the right-hand side. After activating the accessibility menu, please wait a moment for the full menu for people with disabilities to load. If you are not contend with the default icon location, you can change it by clicking the Move/Hide button. You can also hide the tool in the same place by clicking on the selected time period.

Level of compliance

This website complies as far as possible with the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Apps Act.

Range of accessibility services

The website allows you to:

  • use keyboard navigation
  • select the colour scheme (contrast, reverse colour, dark contrast, light contrast and desaturation),
  • highlight links,
  • select font size,
  • select the spacing of text,
  • stop animations,
  • choose dyslexic-firendly or readable fonts,
  • select the cursor size,
  • use reading assistance,
  • enable on-screen hints;

Inaccessible content

Notwithstanding the above, some of the content published does not meet all the accessibility requirements of the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications Act. This is due to the disproportionate burden that would be placed on the Authority.

Examples of such content include:

  • PDF documents,
  • online forms that are not part of the JAZMP website,
  • There is no sign language content on the website;

Preparation of an accessibility statement

This statement was prepared on 22 September 2020.

The method used in the preparation of the Accessibility Statement was the method referred to in Article 3(1), first indent, point (a) of Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2018/1523 – Self-assessment of the public sector authority.

The statement was last reviewed on 20. 4. 2023.

Feedback and contact information

We accept notifications of instances of non-compliance, requests for information and content that falls outside the scope of the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications Act at . We will respond to the notice or request within 8 days of receipt of the notice or request. If we are unable to provide an appropriate response within this timeframe, in light of the content requested, you will be advised when a response will be provided and the reasons for the delay in responding.

Enforcement procedure

If you become aware of any non-compliance with the provisions of the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications Act, you may lodge a complaint with the Information Society Inspectors by post or by email to:

Information Society Inspectorate of the Republic of Slovenia
Davčna ulica 1
1000 Ljubljana
01 555 5848

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