Narodowy Bank Polski is committed to making its website accessible in accordance with the provisions of the Act of 4 April 2019 on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities (Journal of Laws 2019, item 848). This accessibility statement applies to the website Technical Cooperation Programme (tct.nbp.pl).
Publication date of website: 2007-03-01.
Date of last significant update: 2013-09-01.
This website is partially compliant with the Act of 4 April 2019 on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities due to the non-compliances listed below.
At the time of publication of the accessibility statement, the following success criteria defined in the annex to the abovementioned Act have not been satisfied:
- not all non-text content has its text alternative (1.1.1),
- certain webpages have incorrect information and HTML element relationships (1.3.1),
- the website and its content do not fit the width of the screen of the end-user device (1.4.10),
- selected elements of the website might not be accessible with the sole use of a keyboard interface (2.1.1),
- webpages do not have links that allow to bypass blocks (2.4.1),
- page titles are not unique and do not describe their content (2.4.2),
- selected pages might not preserve focus order (2.4.3),
- not all links provide sufficient information about their purpose (2.4.4),
- not all required elements have appropriate headings and labels (2.4.6),
- selected website elements might not be highlighted while navigating with visible focus (2.4.7),
- certain interface components might not have a correct label in their names (2.5.3),
- pages are not fully parsed nor free of errors at the HTML level (4.1.1),
This statement was prepared on: 2020-08-26.
The statement was prepared on the basis of a self-assessment made by Narodowy Bank Polski.
Standard browser keyboard shortcuts may be used on the website.
Feedback and contact information
Please contact us in the case of problems with the accessibility of the website. The contact person is Wiktoria Matyska, who may be contacted at the email@example.com e-mail address. You can also call the +48 22 185 20 37 phone number. Requests for non-accessible information may also be made in the same way and so may complaints about the failure to ensure accessibility.
Information on the procedure for requesting digital access
Everyone has the right to submit a request for digital access to the website or one of its elements. You may also request information to be made available through an alternative means of access, for example by having a digitally unavailable document read out, or having the content of a film lacking an audio description described to you, etc. The request should contain the following information:
- contact details of the person making the request,
- an indication of the website or the element of the website which you are seeking digital access to,
- an indication of the method of contact with the person making the request.
If the person making the request requires information provided via an alternative means of access, they should also indicate the method of presentation of the information that is convenient for them.
Narodowy Bank Polski processes requests immediately, no later than within 7 days of the date the request is made. Should it prove impossible to meet such a deadline, NBP will immediately inform the person making the request of this and indicate when it will be possible to process the request; however, the deadline may not be longer than 2 months from the day the request is made. Should it prove impossible to ensure digital accessibility, NBP may propose an alternative means of accessing the information.
In the event that NBP refuses to comply with the request to ensure access or an alternative means of accessing the information, you may file a complaint about the digital accessibility of the website or an element of the website. The complaint may be submitted via e-mail to the following e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org, or by post to the address: Narodowy Bank Polski, ul. Świętokrzyska 11/21, 00-919 Warszawa. After exhausting the above-mentioned procedure, it is possible to submit a request to the Polish Commissioner for Human Rights.
The Head Office of Narodowy Bank Polski is located in Warsaw at Świętokrzyska 11/21. The public does not have unlimited access to the premises of the Head Office. In the case of any person invited to the Head Office of NBP, prior notification by the NBP employee is required as well as registration at the reception desk. Upon presentation of identity documents, guests receive a temporary pass.
Guests can access the Head Office of NBP through the main entrance. The main entrance to the Head Office of NBP is located in the courtyard in Świętokrzyska Street accessed through the second and third gates (the building has four gates). Stairs lead up to the main entrance. At the stairs there is a ramp for wheelchairs. Above the entrance there is a sign: Narodowy Bank Polski.
Automatic sliding doors lead into the main hall. The reception desk is located to the right of the entrance. Further access to the building is via revolving doors. Wheelchair access is provided by an additional entrance operated by an officer of the NBP Bank Guard.
There is no sign language translator in the NBP Head Office.
The building has elevators adapted to transport people in wheelchairs.
A toilet for disabled people is located on the ground floor opposite the main entrance on the left. There is free access to the toilet.
Publicly accessible parking for disabled people is located in Powstańców Warszawy Square (on the same side of the square where the NBP Regional Branch in Warsaw is located): there are three parking spaces directly in front of the main entrance to the Regional Branch and three spaces closer to Świętokrzyska Street. Besides this, NBP also allows invited disabled guests to use the parking spaces in the NBP courtyard, which is accessed through the second and third gates in Świętokrzyska Street. Please notify in advance the NBP employee who invited you if you wish to use such a parking space.
It is possible to enter the Head Office of Narodowy Bank Polski and all its rooms with an assistance dog and a guide dog. There are no induction loops, braille signs, contrast markings or signs in large print for the blind and visually impaired.