We are committed to providing all of our users with equal access to our information. We make accessibility an integral and essential aspect of the design and build of our website, employing universal design principles to ensure our web pages can be viewed and navigated effectively by all of our users, independent of the device they are using.
Our accessibility standards are in accordance with the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) - the internationally recognised standard produced by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
We welcome your feedback
Whilst we make every effort to ensure our website is accessible, please feel free to send us any feedback you may have.
Tips for Accessing Our Website
If you are having trouble accessing our website, we hope these tips will be helpful to you.
A hidden "skip navigation" link at the top of each page, when selected, allows screen reader users to jump directly to the home page, main content of the current page, the main navigation menu or the search facility.
Adobe Acrobat (pdf) Files
Our content may contain links to PDF files - you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to open these. This can be downloaded from Adobe at www.adobe.com.