This document specifies accessibility guidelines to be considered when planning, developing and designing electrophotographic copying machines, page printers and multi-function devices. These guidelines are intended to improve accessibility required when primarily older persons, persons with disabilities and persons with temporary disabilities (hereafter referred to as older persons and persons with disabilities) use office equipment.

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This document identifies a collection of user accessibility needs that diverse users have of ICT systems to make these systems accessible to them. Each user accessibility need might be required of a system by an individual. Different users can have different sets of user accessibility needs in different contexts. While this set of user accessibility needs was developed for the domain of ICT, many of the user accessibility needs in this set also apply in other domains. This document does not provide requirements or specific processes and methods for the application and evaluation of user accessibility needs. However, it could inform the development of such requirements (see 5.4). This document is not designed for certification purposes or regulatory or contractual use. The user accessibility needs in this document are intended to inform and encourage those responsible for accessibility to go beyond the minimum provisions of accessibility legislation and regulations.

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IEC 62944:2016(E) specifies a set of principles and considerations for digital television products in support of older people and persons with disabilities in addition to mainstream users. The effect of following the principles and considerations as set out in this document is to ensure that the widest range of users can access, understand and use digital television products. These principles and considerations cover four main user profiles such as individuals with hearing impairments, individuals with sight impairments, individuals with mobility impairments and individuals with cognitive impairments.

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IEC 62944:2016 specifies a set of principles and considerations for digital television products in support of older people and persons with disabilities in addition to mainstream users. The effect of following the principles and considerations as set out in this document is to ensure that the widest range of users can access, understand and use digital television products. These principles and considerations cover four main user profiles such as individuals with hearing impairments, individuals with sight impairments, individuals with mobility impairments and individuals with cognitive impairments.

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ISO/IEC TR 13066-2:2016 specifies services provided in the Microsoft Windows platform to enable assistive technologies (AT) to interact with other software. One goal of this part of ISO/IEC 13066 is to define a set of application programming interfaces (APIs) for allowing software applications to enable accessible technologies on the Microsoft Windows platform. Another goal of this part of ISO/IEC 13066 is to facilitate extensibility and interoperability by enabling implementations by multiple vendors on multiple platforms. ISO/IEC TR 13066-2:2016 is applicable to the broad range of ergonomics and how ergonomics apply to human interaction with software systems.

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ISO 17966:2016 specifies requirements and associated test methods for assistive products for personal hygiene (APPHs) that support users and which are intended by the manufacturer to alleviate or compensate for disability. The work environment and safety aspects for assistants are also included. It specifies safety and performance requirements that apply during normal use and foreseeable misuse and failure. It also specifies methods of measurement of the forces necessary to operate controls and specifies limits on the forces needed for some operations. This International Standard specifies requirements and test methods for assistive products within the following divisions of ISO 9999:2011: 09 12 03 Commode chairs; NOTE This covers mobile and static products. 09 12 06 Toilets with built in raising and height adjustable mechanism; NOTE This excludes toilets with built-in douche and air dryers. 09 12 09 Toilet seats; 09 12 12 Raised toilet seats mounted on frame; 09 12 15 Toilet seats inserts; 09 12 18 Raised toilet seats fixed to toilet; 09 12 21 Toilet seats with built-in raising mechanism to help standing up and sitting down; 09 12 24 Toilet arm supports and toilet back supports mounted on toilet; 09 12 25 Toilet arm supports and toilet back supports, free standing; 09 12 36 Douches and air dryers for attachment to a toilet; 09 33 03 Bath/shower chairs (with and without wheels), bath boards, stools, back supports and seats; 09 33 12 Bathing stretchers, shower tables and diaper-changing tables; 18 15 06 Height adjustable plinths and brackets; NOTE Refers to height adjustable plinths and brackets when used as an assistive product for personal hygiene (APPH). Height adjustable mechanisms for other items such as basins may be included. 18 18 03 Handrails and support rails; 18 18 06 Fixed grab bars and handgrips; 18 18 10 Removable grab rails and handgrips; NOTE This excludes removable grab rails and handgrips which are static as defined in 3.27. 18 18 11 Hinged rails and arm supports; ISO 17966:2016 does not encompass requirements regarding: - safe mounting in building structures; - requirements regarding fixed building installations e.g. water and electricity; - bathtub hoists that are covered by ISO 10535; - 09 33 21 Bathtubs of ISO 9999:2011; - stability and friction issues in relation to slippery surfaces due to soap; - products that have been customised or custom-made for an individual user.

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ISO/IEC TR 13066-4:2015 provides an overview to the structure and terminology of the Linux/UNIX graphical environments accessibility API. It will provide the following: - a description of the overall architecture and terminology of the API; - further introductory explanations regarding the content and use of the API beyond those found in ISO/IEC 13066‑1:2011, Annex A; - an overview of the main properties, including - of user interface elements, - of how to get and set focus, and - of communication mechanisms in the API; - a discussion of design considerations for the API (e.g. pointers to external sources of information on accessibility guidance related to using the API); - information on extending the API (and where this is appropriate); - an introduction to the programming interface of the API (including pointers to external sources of information). It will provide this information as an introduction to the Java API to assist the following: - IT system level developers who create custom controls and/or interface to them; - AT developers involved in programming "hardware to software" and "software to software" interactions.

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ISO/IEC TR 13066-6:2014 provides an overview to the structure and terminology of the Java accessibility application programming interface (API) It will provide: A description of the overall architecture and terminology of the API; Further introductory explanations regarding the content and use of the API beyond those found in Annex A of ISO/IEC 13066-1; An overview of the main properties, including of: user interface elements; how to get and set focus; of communication mechanisms in the API; a discussion of design considerations for the API (e.g. pointers to external sources of information on accessibility guidance related to using the API); information on extending the API (and where this is appropriate); an introduction to the programming interface of the API (including pointers to external sources of information); an introduction to the Java Access Bridge for Windows and the Java Access Bridge for GNOME. It will provide this information as an introduction to the Java API to assist: IT system level developers who create custom controls and/or interface to them; AT developers involved in programming "hardware to software" and "software to software" interactions.

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This document provides the reference criteria of essential competences for guide dog mobility instructors in the following general and specific areas: - professional behaviour and professional ethics; - interpersonal management and communication competences; - appreciation of the various forms of visual impairment and their impact on humans; - methods of orientation and mobility; - appreciation of the needs of clients with additional requirements; - dog care and welfare assessment; - general dog management and training; - guide dog training; - client and partnership training and after care.

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ISO/IEC TR 13066:2012 provides an overview to the structure and terminology of the IAccessible2 accessibility API. It provides: a description of the overall architecture and terminology of the API; further introductory explanations regarding the content and use of the API beyond those found in Annex A of ISO/IEC 13066-1; an overview of the main properties, including: of user interface elements, of how to get and set focus, of communication mechanisms in the API; a discussion of design considerations for the API (e.g. pointers to external sources of information on accessibility guidance related to using the API); information on extending the API (and where this is appropriate); an introduction to the programming interface of the API (including pointers to external sources of information). It provides this information as an introduction to the IAccessible2 API to assist: IT system level developers who create custom controls and/or interface to them; AT developers involved in programming "hardware to software" and "software to software" interactions.

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ISO/IEC 29136:2012 provides requirements and recommendations for the accessibility of personal computer hardware, to be used when planning, developing, designing and distributing these computers. While it does not cover the behaviour of, or requirements for, assistive technologies, it does address connectivity of assistive technologies as an integrated component of interactive systems. Some requirements or recommendations in ISO/IEC 29136:2012 require software support; however, requirements and recommendations that solely focus on software are not included in ISO/IEC 29136:2012.

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ISO 11156:2011 provides a framework for design and evaluation of packages so that more people, including persons from different cultural and linguistic backgrounds, older persons and persons whose sensory, physical, and cognitive functions have been weakened or have allergies, can appropriately identify handle and use the contents. It considers varying aspects of the packaged product lifecycle from identification of the product and purchase and use of the product to the separation and disposal of the package. ISO 11156:2011 does not apply to dimensions, materials, manufacturing methods, or evaluation methods of individual packages.

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Interoperability involves the ability to use assistive technology (AT) to add to or augment existing components of information technology (IT) systems. Interoperability between AT and IT is best facilitated via the use of standardized, public interfaces for all IT components. ISO/IEC 13066-1:2011 provides a basis for designing and evaluating interoperability between IT and AT. It formalizes the layered architecture of hardware-to-hardware, hardware-to-software, and software-to-software connections that have long been implicit in the IT definitions of ISO/IEC JTC 1. It also recognizes the central role that accessibility application programming interfaces (accessibility APIs) play in aiding this interoperability. ISO/IEC 13066-1:2011 identifies a variety of APIs that are described further in other parts of ISO/IEC 13066. These APIs can be used as frameworks to support IT-AT interoperability. ISO/IEC 13066-1:2011 does not define or require specific technology, commands, APIs, or hardware interfaces. It defers to other existing standards and supports the development of new standards in these areas. It identifies a variety of common accessibility APIs that are described further in other parts of ISO/IEC 13066.

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Within the context of the ISO/IEEE 11073 family of standards for device communication, this standard establishes a normative definition of communication between personal telehealth independent living activity hub devices and compute engines (e.g. cell phones, personal computers, personal health appliances, set top boxes) in a manner that enables plugand-play interoperability. It leverages appropriate portions of existing standards including ISO/IEEE 11073 terminology, information models, application profile standards, and transport standards. It specifies the use of specific term codes, formats, and behaviors in telehealth environments restricting optionality in base frameworks in favor of interoperability. This standard defines a common core of communication functionality for personal telehealth independent living activity hubs.

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ISO/IEC TR 29138-2:2009 identifies a collection of documents (which it refers to as standards even though they encompass more than traditional ISO and ISO/IEC standards) that provides guidance on meeting the needs of people with disabilities. While its primary audience is standards developers, it can also be helpful for developers of information technology products and services, policy makers, procurers and for accessibility advocates to consider. In addition to identifying user needs, ISO/IEC TR 29138-2:2009 identifies problems that people with disabilities experience with information technologies that lead to these user needs and identifies the relationship of these user needs with the accessibility factors for standards developers to consider found in ISO/IEC Guide 71: Guidelines to address the needs of older persons and people with disabilities when developing standards.

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ISO/IEC TR 29136-3:2009 provides guidance on the mapping of the set of user needs with the provisions of a particular standard, technical report, or set of guidelines. It provides both basic guidance that should be used for all user needs mapping and optional guidance that may be added to the basic guidance. User needs mapping is a voluntary activity intended to help improve accessibility for all users and in particular for users with special needs that might otherwise be overlooked. User needs mapping is not intended to be used to evaluate, certify, or otherwise judge a given standard or set of guidelines.

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ISO/IEC TR 13066-2:2012 provides information about the Microsoft® Windows® Automation Frameworks, including Microsoft Active Accessibility, User Interface (UI) Automation, and the common interfaces of these accessibility frameworks including the IAccessibleEx interface specification. It provides information on application programming interfaces (APIs) needed to use these frameworks. A primary goal of ISO/IEC TR 13066-2:2012 is to ensure that accessible software applications can be written in such a way that they are fully compatible with the Microsoft Accessibility APIs available on the Microsoft Windows operating system.

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This standard specifies essential requirements and related test methods for non-electrically and electrically operated adjustable beds, including detachable bed boards, bed lifts, side rails, grab handles and lifting poles intended to be used by disabled persons to alleviate or compensate for a disability or handicap. The standard also applies to stand up beds. The standard does not apply to lateral tilt beds.

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This standard specifies essential requirements and related test methods for non-electrically and electrically operated adjustable beds, including detachable bed boards, bed lifts, side rails, grab handles and lifting poles intended to be used by disabled persons to alleviate or compensate for a disability or handicap. The standard also applies to stand up beds. The standard does not apply to lateral tilt beds.

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This standard specifies essential requirements and related test methods for non-electrically and electrically operated adjustable beds, including detachable bed boards, bed lifts, side rails, grab handles and lifting poles intended to be used by disabled persons to alleviate or compensate for a disability or handicap. The standard also applies to stand up beds. The standard does not apply to lateral tilt beds.

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ISO/IEC TR 29138-1:2009 identifies a collection of user needs of people with disabilities for standards developers to take into consideration when developing or revising their standards. These user needs are also useful for developers of information technology products and services and for accessibility advocates to consider. In addition to identifying user needs, ISO/IEC TR 29138-1:2009 identifies problems that people with disabilities experience with information technologies that lead to these user needs and identifies the relationship of these user needs with the accessibility factors for standards developers to consider found in ISO/IEC Guide 71: Guidelines to address the needs of older persons and people with disabilities when developing standards.

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ISO/IEC 10779:2008 specifies accessibility guidelines to be considered when planning, developing and designing electrophotographic copying machines, page printers and multi-function devices. These guidelines are intended to improve accessibility required when primarily older persons, persons with disabilities and persons with temporary disabilities use office equipment.

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Different users of information technology products possess different sets of abilities. Some abilities may not ever be present in a user as they may have been born without them. Some abilities are acquired, developed or deteriorate over time due to education, maturity, injury, illness or age. Just as it is possible that a user possesses a combination of abilities, it is also possible that they may lack a combination of abilities. ISO/IEC TR 19765:2007 presents icons and symbols currently used to provide access to facilities and tools to support the needs of elderly and disabled users of information technology (IT) products, and could form the basis of a future International Standard which would provide a recommended collection of icons and symbols. These icons and symbols have been collected from a variety of sources including other standards, contemporary software products, web sites and hardware devices. These sources are cross-referenced and listed in a bibliography. The icons and symbols presented in ISO/IEC TR 19765:2007 are categorized by modality and method of use.

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ISO/IEC TR 19766:2007 provides recommendations relating to the design of icons to support accessibility by the elderly and people with disabilities. These recommendations assist accessible implementation of all icons for users. While these recommendations were developed to meet the needs of the elderly and people with disabilities, they can also provide greater accessibility to a wider range of users in a variety of different contexts. ISO/IEC TR 19766:2007 introduces a set of attributes and operations that can be implemented as features of graphic icons to make the functionality of these icons accessible to the widest possible range of users. Textual attributes are emphasized because they can be rendered in various alternate modalities. ISO/IEC 11581-1 provides guidance on the graphic aspects of icons. Specific renderings of these attributes (or of icons in general) are not dealt with as part of ISO/IEC TR 19766:2007.

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