This accessibility report describes how efterlevandeguiden.se complies with the Swedish Act on Accessibility to Digital Public Services (SFS 2018:1937). The website is a collaboration between the Swedish Social Insurance Agency, the Swedish Pensions Agency and the Swedish Tax Agency. We are aware that parts of the website are not fully accessible. Please report any deficiencies you come across to us.
What can you do if you cannot use parts of the website?
Please contact us if you require access to any content from efterlevandeguiden.se that is inaccessible to you but that is exempt from the Act’s area of application as described here.
Contact the supervisory authority if you are dissatisfied
If you are dissatisfied with how we fulfil accessibility requirements, please contact the Agency for Digital Government (DIGG) with your complaint. This may, for example, be because you are dissatisfied with how we have dealt with your comments or that we have wrongly interpreted applicable legislation. DIGG is the supervisory authority for the Swedish Act on Accessibility to Digital Public Services.
Complaint regarding inadequate accessibility, DIGG (in Swedish) External link.
We have tested the accessibility of the website
We conduct ongoing self-evaluations, including internal testing of efterlevandeguiden.se.
The most recent evaluation was performed on 18 September 2020.
Report deficiencies to us
We continuously work to improve our website. On this page we list the accessibility issues and deficiencies that we are aware of.
Please inform us if you come across any additional problems or if you feel that we are failing to comply with our legal obligations. This facilitates our ongoing efforts to correct flaws and adapt the website for even greater accessibility.
Technical data on website accessibility
As a visitor to efterlevandeguiden.se, you are important to us. As we develop and adapt the website, we strive to meet your needs and address the feedback we receive from you and other users. We prioritise measures to rectify deficiencies that affect many users.
This website is not in compliance with the Swedish Act on Accessibility to Digital Public Services. Inaccessible sections are described here.
Problems for blind users or users with impaired vision
- Documents are not fully accessibility adapted. This may cause problems for those who use a screen reader; for example, the reading order may be lacking in meaning. Measure: rectification during autumn 2020 through the publication of new document versions that comply with legal accessibility requirements.
- Error handling in form instructions is performed in several steps; we do not provide comprehensive information about what you need to do when information is missing in several fields. This may cause problems for you use the website with a screen reader. Measure: this will be rectified when the form is updated to a new version. You will then receive an error message.
- Background images on certain article pages do not work satisfactorily on certain screens, as the text flows out over the image.
Measure: to be rectified on an ongoing basis.