The Digital Services Act, which regulates the accessibility of public web services, applies to bodies that receive from any official entity, for example, the Ministry of Education and Culture and the municipality, general subsidies that fund at least 50% of their operations.
The regular subsidies from the State and the City of Helsinki to Into liikkeessä ry – the organization that runs Tero Saarinen Company – do not exceed this limit, but we see the aims of the law as being important and want to ensure that all the relevant parts of our content are accessible.
The version of the terosaarinen.com website on its current platform was released on October 1, 2017. This Accessibility Statement was published in Finnish on September 2, 2020. The website’s accessibility was evaluated by TSC, in collaboration with the website’s technical provider, Server Side Oy, in 2020. The evaluation was done using the ARC accessibility toolkit.
Current accessibility of the terosaarinen.com website
The terosaarinen.com website largely complies with the requirements of the Act. The main contents that guide users through transactions on the website, such as ticket sales, are accessible. We train our staff to produce accessible content and continually monitor the website’s accessibility.
The most significant defects in the terosaarinen.com website are in the accessibility of linked files containing visual material (videos and images with artistic content) and the archive material in the media bank (such as scanned newspaper cuttings and other PDFs). Most of the website’s linked files were, however, posted before September 23, 2018, and do not come under the accessibility legislation. If you want the information in these files in accessible format, please contact: email@example.com
Feedback and contact details
Have you noticed any accessibility problems on our websites? Let us know by sending an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to fix it!
When there is reasonable cause, you have the right to get in accessible form any information that you need to clarify or fulfil your interests, rights or obligations. If you do not get this information in accessible form from our online service, you can submit a request by e-mail to: email@example.com. We will reply within 14 days. If your request affects a large amount of content, we can extend the response time by at most two weeks. We will let you know if the response time is being extended. If we do not provide the information in an accessible form, we will provide you with our reasons in writing.
Filing an accessibility complaint and request for clarification
If you detect any accessibility problems on our website, please always provide feedback to us first by sending an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are not satisfied with the response you receive, you can send a request for clarification to the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland: email@example.com. The Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland supervises compliance with accessibility requirements in Finland.
If we do not comply with the requirements and obligations as set out in the Digital Services Act, you are entitled to file an accessibility complaint to the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland.