The Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism has pledged to make accessible its website in accordance with Royal Decree 1112 / 2018, 7 September, on the web accessibility and applications for mobile devices in the public sector.
This statement of accessibility applies to the website sede.minetur.gob.es
(b) this website is partly as with the "1112 / 2018 due to the lack of conformity of the aspects that shown below.
Content does not accessible
The content contained below is not accessible by:
Lack of conformity with the "1112 / 2018
There may be specific bugs editing in any web page.
Content does not fall within the scope of the legislation apply
Could exist in PDF office files or other formats issued before 20 September 2018 that do not comply in its entirety all accessibility requirements. Although it has sought to that most of them they fulfilled.
Preparation of this statement of accessibility
This statement was prepared on 5 November 2018.
The method used to prepare statement has been a self-assessment carried out by the agency itself.
Last revision of the statement: 5 November 2018.
Comments and contact details
Should you have any difficulty in accessing the information contained on this website, please contact us using the following contact form. We will carry out the necessary improvements as soon as possible.
Communications are received and processed by the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism.
The complaints procedure laid down in Article 13 of "1112 / 2018 will enter into force on 20 September 2020.
This website meets the requirements of the standard UNE-EN 301549 v1.1.2:2015 considering the exceptions of "1112 / 2018.
One of the main objectives of the ;Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism is to ensure that its website is as accessible and user-friendly as possible. In this respect, the site has been set up complying with the current standards and regulations related to accessibility. Therefore, it has been designed to adapt to the standards and regulations regarding accessibility, complying with all points of verification of priority 2 (AA) defined in the specification of accessibility guidelines to content on the Web ( WCAG 2.1 ) by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) of the World Wide Web Consortium ( W3C ), for which checks are carried out prior to each publication of new content. However, you may come across a page that has not been 100% adapted to these standards, since some of the sections in the portal are in the process of being edited and improved. Should you have any difficulty in accessing the information contained on this website, please contact us using the following contact form. We will carry out the necessary improvements as soon as possible.
Shortcut keys (Accesskey)
One may access the browsing help contents by using shortcut keys or accesskey.
The use of this tool depends on the user's browser and operating system. Depending on the browser, the most frequent shortcuts use the following key combinations:
- Internet Explorer: Alt + acceskey + Intro
- Mozilla, Firefox and Chrome: Alt + acceskey
- Opera: Shift + Esc + acceskey
- Safari: Cmd + acceskey
The quick access keys are:
- Key S : Skip browsing (go directly to content)
- Key 1 : Home page
- Key 3 : Site map
- Key 4 : Search
- Key 5 : Contact
- Key 6 : Legal notice
- Key 0 : About Accessibility
Date of last review
Last review website: 11/19/2018.
The accessibility of the pages on this site are reviewed prior to publication.