Fischer is committed to creating products and services that are broadly accessible and contribute to the productivity of the persons who use them, including users with disabilities, hearing or vision loss. Fischer products and services conform to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0. WCAG guidelines are very similar to Section 508 guidelines and are expected to replace those in Section 508 since the older guidelines do not apply to some of the newer technologies.
Fischer solutions enable content to be presented in multiple ways without losing meaning, including presentation by assistive technologies, which makes it easier for users to see and hear content. Text alternatives are provided for non-text content. Users of assistive technology can complete forms as well as use information in the forms. All functionality is available from a keyboard and enough time is provided to read and use the content. Text is readable and understandable, operates in predictable ways and helps users to avoid and correct mistakes. The use of WCAG also provides compatibility with current and future user tools.
Download the Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) for Fischer Identity