Accessibility report

What is digital accessibility?

An accessible website is one that allows all users to access its pages without constraint. People with disabilities who use specialised software or hardware also have unrestricted access to the site.

An accessible site allows, for example

  • Navigate with voice synthesizers or Braille displays 
  • Customise the display and contrast of the site according to your needs 
  • Navigate easily with the keyboard only or via a touch screen

To do this, the site must comply with regulatory standards during its design and its development.

Compliance status makes every effort to improve the accessibility of the site during its updates and functional developments.

The website is not compliant with the General Accessibility Guidelines (GAAR). The non-conformities and exemptions are listed below.

Test results

The compliance audit carried out by Arneo reveals that 37.5% of the RGAA criteria are met.

This percentage corresponds to :

  • 65 compliant criteria
  • 12 non-compliant criteria
  • 29 criteria not applicable

Non-accessible content

1.2: Is each decorative image correctly ignored by assistive technologies?
1.5: For each image used as a CAPTCHA, is an alternative access solution to the content or function of the CAPTCHA present?
3.2: In each web page, is the contrast between the colour of the text and the colour of its background sufficiently high (excluding special cases)?
5.4: For each data table with a title, is the title correctly associated with the data table?
6.2: Does every link on every web page have a title?
7.1: Is each script, if necessary, compatible with assistive technologies?
7.5: In each web page, are status messages correctly rendered by assistive technologies?
8.2: For each web page, is the generated source code valid for the specified document type (excluding special cases)?
8.9: In each web page, tags should not be used for presentation purposes only. Is this rule respected?
9.1: In each web page, is the information structured by the appropriate use of headings?
9.3: Is every list on every web page properly structured?
10.14: In each web page, can additional content appearing via CSS styles only be made visible by keyboard and any pointing device?

    Contentions not subject to the accessibility obligation

    Third party content that is not funded or developed by the organisation concerned and is not under its control (e.g. reCatpcha);

        Establishment of the accessibility report

        Technologies used for the realisation of the website :

        • HTML5
        • CSS3
        • JavaScript
        • SVG


        User agents, assistive technologies and tools used to verify accessibility.

        The web page tests were carried out with the following combinations of web browsers and screen readers:

        • Firefox 105.0 + NVDA 2022.2.3 on Windows 11
        • Firefox 105.0 + Text Zoom Tools
        • Chrome 105.0.5195.127

        Pages of the site that have been subject to the compliance check :

        • Home:
        • Our locations:

        Recourse to appeal

        This procedure should be used in the following case:

        You have notified the website operator of an accessibility defect that prevents you from accessing content or services on the portal and you have not received a satisfactory response.