Ensuring equitable access for everyone requires, first and foremost, a good understanding of the plurality of disabilities, whether permanent or temporary.
Digital accessibility means making online content and media such as websites, mobile applications, documents and videos usable for all.
In an increasingly connected world, the accessibility of digital content has become an ethical and legal imperative. With nearly 15% of the world's population living with a disability, companies have a responsibility to make their online content accessible to all. As a leader in the nuclear energy sector, the Group is resolutely committed to this path to full accessibility, recognizing its importance for an inclusive and equitable society.
A set of rules and best practices are detailed in the RGAA, the French accessibility improvement framework (Référentiel Général d’Amélioration de l’Accessibilité). This is mainly applicable for websites and mobile applications. The RGAA aims to ensure that these platforms are equally accessible, whatever the user's disability.
With an official commitment since 2008 to the inclusion and continued employment of people with disabilities, we are pursuing our approach and have made our external and internal digital content accessible to all as of 2021.
Reflecting a recruitment policy in which skills alone count, in 2022 Orano has achieved an employment rate of over 5% for people with disabilities.
The Group's annual magazine Yellow Tomorrow is available in an accessible digital version, including vocalization for screen readers and keyboard navigation.
Our visual and audio media are enhanced by a transcription system.The IPEDIS consultancy is working alongside Orano to deploy digital accessibility for the group's content.
To enhance users' browsing comfort, the group uses the FACIL'iti digital solution, which adapts the website display thanks to a customizable profile.
All the measures we are taking can be found in our 2021-2023 multi-year plan, and reflect the application of the French law decree (no. 2019-768 of July 24, 2019), which makes equitable accessibility of digital content compulsory, particularly for companies with annual revenue in excess of 250 million euros.