This page is not a help page.
It aims to present the Lesaffre group’s accessibility policy and define the general accessibility level observed on the website, in accordance with the applicable protocols and regulations.
What is digital accessibility?
Digital accessibility is a set of standards and best practices covering functional, graphic, technical and editorial aspects.
Digital media (websites, mobile applications, PDF files, etc.) must adhere to particular standards and best practices in order to be accessible by people with disabilities.
For example, an accessible website allows users to:
- Customize its display via the operating system and/or browser (enlarge or shrink characters, change typography, modify colors, turn off animations, etc.).
- Browse using assistive technologies such as text-to-speech or Braille.
- Navigate without having to use a mouse, just a keyboard, switches or a touchscreen.
- Watch videos and audio content with subtitles and/or transcriptions.
- And more.
Lesaffre group is committed to make its websites (Internet, intranet, and extranet), its software packages, mobile applications and urban digital infrastructure accessible in accordance with article 47 of French law no. 2005-102 of 11 February 2005.
RGAA compliance declaration
This accessibility declaration applies to the ” lesaffre.com” website.
An RGAA compliance audit is currently underway. The compliance status of this site will be published on this page.
Establishment of this Accessibility Declaration
This accessibility declaration has been established on November 3rd, 2023 and will be updated once the compliance audit has been completed.
Feedback & Contact
If you don’t manage to access a content or service on this website, you can contact us by any of the following means to be oriented to an accessible alternative or obtain the content in another form.
- Send us a message through https://www.lesaffre.com/contact/.
- Write us to:
137 rue Gabriel Péri F-59703 Marcq-en-Barœul Cedex
This procedure should be used in the following case: you have reported to the website administrator a lack of accessibility, which prevents you from accessing a content or one of the website services, and you haven’t received a satisfying reply.
- Write a message to the Defender of Rights
- Contact the delegate of the Defender of Rights in your region
- Mail a letter (free of charge, no need to put a stamp) to:
Défenseur des droits
Libre réponse 71120
75342 Paris CEDEX 07