Disability is defined as "any limited activity or restriction on participation in life in society affecting a person in his or her environment due to a significant, sustainable or permanent impairment of one or more physical, sensory, mental, cognitive
or psychological functions, a multiple disability or a disabling health disorder" (Article L. 114 of the French Social Action and Family Code).
Digital accessibility consists of making online public communication services accessible to all people with disabilities and benefits everyone: the elderly, people with temporary disabilities, people with limited Internet skills, people with medical constraints.
At Orano, we think that diversity is an asset and a performance factor. Digital accessibility is a cross-cutting issue relevant to everyone involved in the creation, maintenance and use of digital devices: decision-makers, project managers, graphic designers, developers and content producers.
Officially committed since 2008 to the employment, inclusion and retention of people with disabilities, Orano is pursuing its strategy aimed at making its digital content accessible everywhere and to everyone. As Orano committed to in the 2021/2023 company agreement, signed on February 2, 2021, by all the trade unions, digital accessibility is valued in the company: “To ensure its proper application, Orano is implementing a three-year scheme (2021-2023) including an action plan to bring digital media into compliance with the RGAA. Orano is also integrating the RGAA into its business processes for purchasing, diversity, training, communication and IS, etc.”
In addition, a manifesto for the inclusion of people with disabilities in economic life was signed on November 13, 2019 by Philippe Knoche, Orano’s Chief Executive Officer, with around a hundred executives from large companies.
In 2020, the rate of employees with disabilities was 4.58%; or 697 employees integrated into Orano teams.
Raising awareness, exchanging and sharing about the work of people with disabilities is essential. To find out about Orano's approach to this subject, please visit our Commitments page.
Orano undertakes to make its website accessible in accordance with Article 47 of Law No. 2005-102 of February 11, 2005.
To this end, it shall implement the strategy and actions detailed in its multi-year plan which is currently being drawn up.
Accessibility statement supplies on Company Website.
The Orano web site is in partial compliance with RGAA 4.1 Double-A (AA) level due to the non-conformities and deviations listed below.
Contents listed below are not accessible for the following reasons:
No exemption has been identified
Some videos are from embedded content and are not fully accessible, especially to the screen reader.
This statement was made on 15/02/2022.
Technologies used for the website development:
The tests of the web pages were performed with the following combinations of user agents and screen readers:
The following tools were used in the evaluation:
Audited RGAA 4.0 pages:
If you are unable to access any content or service, you can contact the website manager to be directed to an accessible alternative or to obtain the content in another form.
If you have any trouble operating this website, please do not hesitate to contact us at the following email address:
This procedure is to be applied in the following case:
You have reported to the website manager a lack of accessibility that prevents you from accessing any of the content or services of the portal and you have not received a satisfactory response.
Whether visual, motor or cognitive, disability does not prevent you from consulting the internet. We wanted to make the orano.group website more accessible by integrating the FACIL’iti digital solution.
Thanks to a customizable profile, this solution provides browsing comfort for people with: