Effective Date: January 1, 2020
Web Accessibility Policy
Defensive Tactical Training, LLC (DTTHQ.com) Web Accessibility Policy
Do you need assistance accessing something on our website?
At DTTHQ.com, we’re committed to accessibility. It is our policy to ensure that everyone, including persons with disabilities, has full and equal access to our digital offerings.
DTTHQ.com strives to meet the following accessibility standards: Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 AA, PDF/Universal Accessibility (PDF/UA) to ensure our digital offerings are ADA Compliant.
Here are just some of the many ways that DTTHQ.com is accessible and meets the above accessibility standards:
- Descriptive alt text is assigned to every meaningful image on our website
- Our website is navigable without a mouse, by keyboard only
- We use a focus indicator to highlight interactive elements on our website
- We provide closed captioning on all videos
- We provide a text transcript for all video and audio
- We ensure that all text to background color contrast meets a 4.5:1 ratio
- All PDFs hosted on our site meet the PDF/UA minimum standards
- We try to include a skip navigation link on all pages of our website
- We maintain a consistent and predictable layout throughout our website
Beyond our existing remediation measures, we continually review our website (internally and independently) to ensure we adhere to best practices in web accessibility.
To ensure DTTHQ.com is accessible, we have taken the following steps:
- We have appointed an internal web accessibility coordinator to oversee all of our digital operations and ensure the best commercially reasonable approach is taken to assure they are accessible
- We invite feedback from all users of our website to improve accessibility
Through our genuine and good faith commitment and devotion to accessibility, we believe we applied our best commercially feasible efforts to meet the digital accessibility requirements imposed by Title I, II, & III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 & 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, for which there may not even be a web-accessibility standards. We also remind you that the organizations that have impacted web accessibility are not made testing or services freely available to those taking a diligent step in bringing compliance to their websites and electronic media. We ask that if you are seeking change on the web, direct as much efforts on the organizations to assist small companies come into compliance by providing clear guidelines and testing platforms to assure compliance on those truly seeking to make the web more accessible.