The Maritime Institute of UMG tries to provide its own information and services online, in accordance with the Act of April 4, 2019. on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities.
This declaration of accessibility applies to the content of the Marine Institute website.
main domain:
subdomains and other domains belonging to the website: (not applicable)
Compliance status: partially compliant
In accordance with the temporary regulation on digital accessibility, it has been established that the website of the Maritime Institute of MUG has the status of partially compliant.
Declaration of consent: This declaration was signed in order to "see and understand" on October 21, 2022 by the authorized signatory of the Maritime Institute of UMG.
Position: Product Owner, Maritime Institute.
Topicality, completeness and correctness of this statement were last reviewed on 10/21/2022.
Feedback and Contact Details Having a problem with accessibility? Or maybe you have a question or comment about availability?
Contact us at:
What can you expect from us? You will receive an acknowledgment of receipt within 5 business days. We will inform you about the progress and the result. Your request will be processed within 3 weeks. Enforcement Procedure Are you unhappy with the way your complaint has been handled? Did we not respond in time?
Then you can contact: the Ombudsman.

Additional information from Instytut Morski UMG Justification of the statement Page status Maritime Institute UMG: partially compliant.
The website is largely compliant with the guidelines for the accessibility of internet content in terms of accessibility for disabled people (Annex to the Act of April 4, 2019, item 848). The website of the Maritime Institute has been checked for accessibility and according to the Maritime Institute of the Maritime University of Gdańsk, the report shows that all the following features are met:
• Perceptibility
• Functionality
• Understandability
• Reliability

While working on the website of the Maritime Institute of the Medical University of Gdańsk, a wide range of techniques was used. The best practices applied at a given moment of the development of the Internet were also searched for to make the content as accessible as possible for people with various disabilities. Metadata can help users find the content that best suits their needs. Keep in mind that even content that is AAA compliant will not be accessible to people with all types and degrees of disability, or with multiple disabilities, especially in terms of language learning and comprehension problems.

The scope of the analysis
• The website is equipped with a mechanism by which users with basic degrees of disability are able to navigate through it. On the left side (at the height of the Institute's logo and the main menu) there is an expandable button with the disability icon. After pressing the button with the disability icon, the User may use the following functions:
– "Increase Text"
– "Reduce text"
– "Grey scale"
– "High contrast"
– "Negative contrast"
– "Reset" (return to basic settings)
– "AVAILABILITY" (information)

The tool "remembers" the User's settings for 12 hours, after this period the appearance of the website returns to its basic parameters.
• Users using only the keyboard can freely navigate through the site using the Tab key.
• Links - also those leading to external websites - in the vast majority of them open in the same window. Thanks to this, the user has full control over his browser.
• People posting texts on the website make every effort to ensure that they are understandable and formatted in a manner consistent with the principles of accessibility,
• Photos and graphics on the website have properly defined alternative descriptions so that their content is understandable for blind people and people who do not display graphics, for example on mobile devices.
• Traffic, animations, banners - no element of the website flashes faster than 3 times per second.

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