Would it not be better to place the remit of informing those who are disabled of such information and with that they would be best suited to identify and communicate such information as blind people might have a few points to raise upon this.
Currently it sounds great, depends upon those pulling the information and as disabilities covers a whole spectrum of which many restrict communication's thru physical or mental capacity then, well this falls far short of the standards and level of attention towards detail in addressing such area's.
That is if you are serious about this +European Union
and actually breaking down barriers as you term it instead of solidifying them as this does.
Not even translated into all EU languages, seriously I was under the impression you had a `One Europe` vision and yet you do something like this.
Take the approach I outlines, spend your time and our money enforcing it and auditing members to see compliance and be open to feedback.
But this, sorry but it is somewhat an example of barriers on many levels, able or not body wise.