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In the Strategy, the Commission has proposed to use legislative and other instruments, such as standardisation, to foster accessibility. Captions and subtitles provide a written transcript amministrazione.filetpye the dialogue and other important sounds contained in the programme. These industry players have to learn several sets of rules if they want to trade cross-border within the EU, which constitutes a barrier to the smooth functioning of the internal market.

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Divergence of national accessibility requirements across the EU impedes European industry from enjoying the full potential of the internal market. The products produced for a limited number of consumers are more expensive since the operators cannot benefit from larger markets which would allow them to absorb the fixed costs of accessibility features.

Currently, all Member States require built amminiistrazione.filetype elements to be designed to be accessible for persons with disabilities but the detailed technical specifications for the amministrazione.filetgpe requirements vary across Member States. In other cases, EU legislation addresses only the situation of persons with disabilities with a focus on a specific area focusing on an assistive approach.

Television is moving in the EU from analogue to digital and access services also move to second-screens.

The objective of such initiative would be to facilitate for companies operating in the internal market the development of accessible products and services by reducing costs related to fragmentation and barriers in the market. First and foremost, by increasing the potential of the internal market through the elimination of obstacles to trade, the initiative would be beneficial for the exercise of those two rights. Voluntary standards to promote web-accessibility among private businesses have also been identified in Italy and the United Kingdom.

The contractor carried out a significant number of interviews with economic operators in order to get data in particular about the costs of making their products accessible but they were not able to provide systematic costs information hence the need for the contractor to make estimations and approximations for the economic analysis.

In the absence of EU legislation, while Member States might get inspiration from these documents, experience shows that in the process of making national rules, modifications are often introduced.

A public consultation was held from Some of those concrete examples are further described below. The UN Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in a Communication on their “views” 16 on accessibility of banking card services provided by ATMs in Hungary ruled that, in order to comply with the UN Convention, it is necessary ” to create a legislative framework with concrete, enforceable and time-bound benchmarks for monitoring … ” the gradual implementation of accessibility.


Terminal equipment is necessary in order to be able to effectively communicate using a telephony service Divergent national accessibility requirements exist for many goods and services, but especially in the areas of the built environmenttransport and information and communication technologies as well as in public procurement 24 as, they also play a role as key enablers for the accessibility of services.

All policy options will therefore be assessed on their compliance with the proportionality principle and options that would not be in line with this principle will be discarded. The following accessibility problems have benchhmarking highlighted both in the public consultation and by the other sources of information consulted: Economic operators acting on the EU market are directly affected by the problems. Furthermore, in the area of ICT the presence of European companies in trade fairs for new accessible products is very limited lack of innovation.

It provides for a number of measures related to the single market for electronic communications like inter alia a single authorisation for operating in all 28 Member States instead of 28 authorisations and enhanced end-user protection and empowerment measures in the electronic communications sector. Under the principle of subsidiarity, in areas which do not fall within its exclusive competence, the Union shall act only and insofar as the objectives of the proposed action cannot be sufficiently achieved by the Member States, either at central level or at regional and local level, but can rather, by reason of scale or effects of the proposed action, be better achieved at Union level.

Annex 6 provides examples of divergent technical accessibility requirements in the built environment with regard to ramps, doors, toilet room free space and staircases in 6 Member States.

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Action at the EU level is the most efficient way of addressing the main problem: Based on the current legislative situation described in Annex 6, it is estimated that all Member States will maintain diverging technical accessibility requirements for the transport-related built environment by Websites operating across the EU would need pubblica conform to different requirements related for example to the navigation and structure of pages.


Currently, 11 Member States have adopted specific accessibility requirements for the built environment of banks.

These mentioned EU legislation provisions on public procurement and on the structural and investment funds are among the current horizontal regulation at EU-level addressing issues relating to accessibility.

After resubmission on 4 Junea positive opinion was issued on 9 July Accessibility problems also concern the limited accessibility of EPGs electronic programme guides and navigation menus, and the availability of accessible information to facilitate complementarities with assistive services. There is a need for EU action, since Member States alone cannot tackle the problem.

Safeguard clauses amministrazione.filetypf be used to ensure proportionality of the requirements for the companies, in particular SMEs and micro enterprises.

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Such costs are time consuming and more burdensome amministrazione.flletype SMEs. Specification of the technical accessibility requirements is left to the individual contracting entities 99 which makes it even more difficult for potential bidders from other Member States to participate in cross-border amminidtrazione.filetype procurement.

Websites are nowadays an essential component of service delivery in several economic sectors. This could lead to a strongly fragmented regulatory landscape. Guidelines are in place in Ireland. The related positive assessment of the costs and benefits of having accessibility requirements in the built environment of the rail transport services is included in the Impact Assessment Report of the PRM TSI, conducted at the time of its revision and scope extension.

For these reasons, many eBook industry players consider that the incentives are very limited to invest in accessible products, leading bennchmarking fewer than one benhcmarking three eBooks being accessible Impact assessment on Proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on the harmonisation of the laws of the Member States relating to accessibility requirements of goods and services.

It is expected that those requirements will be different with respect to the type of technical rules they follow given that national rules for public sector websites already differ in Member States. Annex 6 identifies different national approaches regarding accessibility in the area of public benchmarkkng.