This website’s conformance with official accessibility guidelines
The website currently has Level AA conformance to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0. We have audited this website’s accessibility continually while designing and developing it.
We welcome feedback on the accessibility of this website.
Some accessibility features of this website
Those who prefer to read larger text may adjust the text size using the browser controls
All modern browsers support shift and hold Ctrl key and then press '+' or '-' to zoom in or zoom out.
Some also support the following: 'Alt v', 'z' then 'i'.
Or using the browsers menus select View > Zoom > Zoom In / Zoom Out.
This site has been designed with style sheets and it has been optimised for colour blind and partially sighted individuals. However, if the design colours or layout present a problem, the style sheet can be turned off.
In most browsers except Chrome use 'Alt v', 'y' and 'n' to disable style sheets. To use the menu, select View > Page Style / Style > No Style.
For Chrome, install the Web Developer plugin, and in the CSS tab select Disable All Styles.
Responsive web design
The design of this website will respond to the width of your screen, so that you can easily find and read what you’re looking for. the design will also respond to the size of the text, so you can increase the size as much as you need to.
WAI-ARIA (web accessibility initiative accessible rich internet applications) landmark roles
This website’s code will identify the different areas of each webpage (banner, search, navigation, and content information) for users with assistive technology.
WAI-ARIA (web accessibility initiative accessible rich internet applications)
This website’s code will identify the different areas of each webpage ( banner, search, navigation, and content information such as header in a hierarchy) for users with assistive technology.
Items that sit out of assistive technology
Some pages contain Adobe PDFs. Please visit the Adobe website for information on PDF accessibility