Accessibility statement

We see great importance in providing equal service to all customers and improving the service provided to customers with disabilities.

Accordingly, we invest a lot of effort and resources in making the website accessible in order to allow the majority of the population to use the website easily and comfortably, as well as to make the company’s services more available for people with disabilities.
Our company joins the overall effort to make websites accessible to people with special needs.

Accessibility on the company’s website is enabled using the “Sense Force” software, hereinafter “the software”.

The Sense Force system makes it possible to provide the general public browsing the site with accessible content as much as possible. We are working to update and implement the accessibility rules as much as possible, in accordance with the WCAG 2.0 level 2 AA accessibility requirements compiled by the international organization W3C, and to comply with the requirements regarding the internet section of the service accessibility regulations .
Most of the pages on the site meet AA level accessibility criteria. It is important to note that despite our efforts to make all the pages on the site accessible, it is possible that parts or capabilities of the site may be discovered that have not yet been accessed, or that the technological solution has not yet been found. The responsibility for the use and application of the website applies to the owners of the website, including the content presented on the website, subject to the terms of use of the software.

Website accessibility is optimized for the leading browsers:

  • chromium
  • Firefox
  • Explorer 10 or higher
  • opera

How does accessibility work on the website?

An accessibility menu is posted on the website. Clicking on the menu with the mouse or navigating with TAB allows opening the accessibility buttons. Choose from the menu on the Customize button. To close the menu you can press the close button or press the “ESC” button on the keyboard or by clicking with the mouse.

How to browse the site?

  • You can navigate forward on the site using the TAB button. To navigate back, press the SHIFT + TAB key combination.
  • Support for NVDA screen reader software for Windows users and the Mac OS X operating system
  • Change color contrast: You can change the background to light or dark.
  • Changing the font size and type: You can increase or decrease the text. The font type changes to Arial for easier reading.
  • Navigation to content areas: You can skip to the content areas on the site. The site is divided into the main content areas. You can skip to the central content area from the top of the page. To enter the content area, press Enter on the keyboard. The bottom of each page, before the putter you can jump to the top of the page.
  • Navigation using H headings: H2 headings are used for side menu and page content.
  • Forms: There is broad support for making contact forms accessible, subject to the terms of use.
  • Adaptation to assistive technologies. For example: support for reading errors by screen reader software. Support for assistive technologies: broad support for assistive technologies by using ARIA rules.
  • Interface language in 4 languages
  • Compatibility for browsing on tablets and smartphones.
  • Images – All images on the site have an Alt set

Problems and inaccessible content

At the moment, there are no known accessibility problems on the website, except for YouTube videos and pdf files of the producers from Hol, which we could not access since the source files are from the producers from abroad.
If you need any help, please contact our accessibility officer.
Did you encounter a problem? Tell us!

We try to keep and maintain the site at the best level.

Public inquiries on accessibility

We will be happy to receive inquiries for information and/or suggestions to improve the accessible service experience.
Please include as many details as possible:
Phone: 09-9521666
Email: [email protected]

Please write down the description of the problem.

  • What is the action you were trying to perform?
  • What page did you browse? (Browser type and version)
  • Operating System.
  • The type of assistive technology (if you used it).
  • The assistance you need