The ICC website has been built to facilitate universal access, regardless of technical, physical, sensory or intellectual limitations of users and of the context in which they use it (type of device, software, connection speed, environmental conditions, etc.).
To this end, we work to adapt the entire web following the recommendations of the World Wide Web Consortium - W3C in order to remove barriers that may hinder access to the information and communication. These recommendations are described in the accessibility guidelines in the contents of the WCAG 1.0 website.
ICC is committed to fulfilling at least the priority 1 and 2 checkpoints in the WCAG guidelines, and thus comply with the conformance level "Double-A", as the European and Spanish legislation (law 34/2002) require from public authorities. Whenever possible, we try to fulfil priority 3 checkpoint.