Leag Oifig an Choimisinéara um Fhaisnéis Comhshaoil beartais agus straitéisí amach chun na ceanglais atá uirthi mar chomhlacht poiblí faoi ailt 25, 26, 27 agus 28 den Acht um Míchumas 2005 (an tAcht) a chomhlíonadh.
Is é Peter Tyndall, an Coimisinéir, an tOmbudsman agus an Coimisinéir Faisnéise agus is comhalta é den Choimisiún um Chaighdeáin in Oifigí Poiblí agus den Choimisiún um Cheapacháin Seirbhíse Poiblí. Tá Oifig an Choimisinéara um Fhaisnéis Comhshaoil comhlonnaithe le hOifig an Ombudsman, le hOifig an Choimisinéara Faisnéise, leis an gCoimisiún um Chaighdeáin agus leis an gCoimisiún um Cheapacháin Seirbhíse Poiblí. Sa rannán seo den suíomh Gréasáin, folaíonn tagairtí don eagraíocht gach ceann de na hoifigí sin.
The organisation operates from 18 Lower Leeson Street. The following works have been carried out:
The organisation has appointed Mr. Peter Mahony as its access officer. Peter is the point of contact for people with disabilities wishing to access services provided by the organisation. The contact details for Peter are as follows:
Postal Address: 18 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin 2. D02 HE97
Telephone: 01-639 5625
These contact details should only be used where the query relates to the provision of accessible services. General office queries will not be answered at this number/email address.
For general office queries the contact details below should be used:
Telephone: 01-639 5689 or LoCall: 1890 253238
The organisation ensures that relevant accessibility requirements for people with disabilities are, where appropriate, included as part of the organisation's procurement procedures. This applies to both the provision of services and the supply of goods. Section 27 requires public bodies to ensure that unless it would not be practicable or justifiable on cost grounds or would result in an unreasonable delay, goods or services supplied to the body are accessible to people with disabilities. Section 27 applies when tendering for equipment, materials, information technology, conference facilities etc. The aim of this organisation is, where it is practical and cost-effective to do so, to achieve as high standard of accessibility as possible for people with disabilities. It is the policy of this organisation to ensure that relevant accessibility requirements for people with disabilities are, where appropriate, included in all stages of the tender process. The following procedures have been adopted:
This website is maintained by the Office of the Information Commissioner. The website of the Information Commissioner has been constructed to be as accessible as possible, and we are continually striving to improve accessibility to the site.We have tried to ensure that our site meets the following technical standards:
The website has also been designed to be compatible with most browsers. Older browser versions which lack CSS compatibility can still access the site although the content may display without its graphical layout.
If you have a difficulty accessing information on this site or have any suggestions as to how we could improve the accessibility of our website please contact our Access Officer. The contact details are as follows:
Postal Address: 18 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin 2.
Telephone: +353 1 6395711
De réir alt 39(1) den Acht, cheap an eagraíocht beirt oifigeach fiosrúcháin chun críche imscrúdú a dhéanamh ar ghearán i dtaca le mainneachtain ag an eagraíocht ailt 25, 26, 27 nó 28 den Acht um Míchumas a chomhlíonadh. De réir alt 39(2) den Acht, dhréachtaigh an eagraíocht nósanna imeachta le haghaidh imscrúdú gearán ag oifigigh fiosrúcháin.