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Declaration of Accessibility

Declaration of Accessibility by the Home Front Command

The Home Front Command works to prepare the entire, diverse population of the State of Israel for various emergency situations.
People with disabilities make up 20% of the total population and for that reason they are an inalienable part of the public that we work to promote and prepare for emergencies.
Due to our commitment to equality and to accessible service, we have been working for years to adapt the contents we publish as well as the services we provide to the public and to all populations in accordance with various disabilities.


The services provided by the Home Front Command include:

Information for the public during emergencies and in routine - Information is provided to citizens on a wide range of platforms, including:

● The website of the Homefront Command (the Declaration of Accessibility for the website appears further on) and the silent radio channel for home audio alerts
● Facebook, Twitter, Telegram - Platforms for instant information transfer, including breaking news alerts.
● Flyers - Usually issued in multiple languages.
● Training sessions for schools and organizations led by soldiers of the Homefront Command - May be scheduled with advance coordination. To arrange accessible training sessions, present your needs in detail to the district officer in charge.
● Telephone hotline available 24/7 - For a human response to any question, including service by SMS.

The Homefront Command’s District Engineering Service, as a regulator of the issue of protection in the State of Israel by the power of the 1951 Civil Defense Law for construction dilemmas - Offers service by telephone or appointments (must be scheduled in advance.)

Contact information for the engineers is available on the site. All offices are located in civilian environments and are accessible to people with physical disabilities (accessible paths to the buildings, elevators, accessible washrooms, and disabled parking.) When scheduling your appointment, notify the Engineering Office of your disabilities if you require adjustments to the service provided.

The Homefront Command website has been made accessible according to the AA Standard in accordance with the User1st supplier declaration.

You can find the accessibility menu on the upper right of the site page with a variety of accessibility options.
Note: Press the accessibility button for accessible service.

 
The options available include using a screen reader, navigating the screen with your keyboard, changing the color contrast, viewing the site in shades of grey, stopping elements from moving, increasing the size of the screen, and adding explanations to the screen.


In addition to the site, you can contact the Home Front Command for information in a variety of ways:


1. By email through the National Emergency Portal
2. Via the telephone hotline at 104, available in a variety of languages
3. By SMS at 052-9104104

We work at all times to improve our services for people with disabilities, but it should be noted that despite our efforts to make all the pages on the site accessible, parts of the website may still be inaccessible to you. If you have any comments about the service, we invite
you to contact the Home Front Command representative in charge of accessibility:

Major Keren Adiv. Email address:

This accessibility declaration was updated on the date: 15.07.2020

Declaration of Accessibility for the User1st product

 This website makes use of the services of the User 1st site accessibility software for users with disabilities.

User1st’s accessibility system (see “software”) allows the site to be in compliance with the WCAG 2.0 Standard at the AA level created by the W3C international organization, as well as to do what is required by the Internet Clause of the Service Accessibility Regulations, the manufacturer’s restrictions, User1st’s Terms of Use, and User1st’s customer commitment.


Responsibility

It should be noted that despite our efforts to make all the pages accessible on the site, some parts or functions on the site may turn out to not have been made accessible yet. We continue to make efforts to improve the accessibility of this site as part of our commitment to enable its use by the entire population, including people with disabilities.

The responsibility for use of this software and the manner in which the software is implemented is solely the website owner’s or that of any third party on behalf of the website owner’s which shall perform the process of implementing the product.

Public affairs

If you encounter a problem on the site, please report the malfunction through the alert mechanism on the accessibility menu, under the Feedback tab.
You can reach the User1st software firm directly by .


 General information

What is online accessibility? A link to more information at the Access Israel website

Link to a Hebrew translation of version 1.0 of the Accessibility Guidelines

Use of the software

The following is a detailed description of how to use the accessibility software. User1st’s accessibility software makes it possible to correct the site’s coding, configuration, and content:
1. Profile/user features which require a screen reader for a number of functions:

Before activating the software

● When entering a page and at the top of a page, there are instructions for using the software
● After activating the software, links to the top of the page will be added within the page itself
● The software will alert you when it is activated and will appear in front of you on each page; wait for the page to finish loading.
● There are two menus at the top of the page: the page map and the site map, which will allow you to navigate directly to the page/area you want.
● You can use keyboard shortcuts - please see the Keyboard Shortcuts section.

2. After activating your profile/user features which require keyboard navigation or assistive devices which emulate keyboards
● Shortcuts will be added at the top of the page. Press the TAB key to find them.
● There are two menus at the top of the page: the page map and the site map, which will allow you to navigate directly to the page/area you want.
● Continue using the TAB key to move to the next area/element; use SHIFT+TAB together to go back to the previous area/element; use ENTER to activate an element or enter an area; and press the arrow keys to switch between options in a multiple-choice area, and use SPACE to make a selection.
● The software will alert you when it is activated and will appear in front of you on each page; wait for the page to finish loading.
● You can use keyboard shortcuts - please see the Keyboard Shortcuts section.


3. After activating your profile/user features which require color changes
● Change monochrome colors: The color scheme on the site will change when the page finishes loading. Please note that this can also be helpful for users of Microsoft Desktop’s “Invert Colors” function.
● Changing colors in sharp contrast will change the sharpness of the color scheme to meet all the standards for single-value identification of elements.


4. After activating your profile/user features which require assistance
● When you focus on an element, additional information describing the nature of the element will appear.

Note: You can create a profile for yourself instead of relying on an existing profile.

Keyboard shortcuts


0 - Shortcut to the accessibility menu
2 - Shortcut to the center of the page
3 - Shortcut to the site map
4 - Shortcut to the search area
S - Shortcut to the page map
There are two menus at the top of the page: the page map and the site map, which will allow you to navigate directly to the page/area you want.