This website has been designed to be both accessible and compatible with common adaptive technologies used by visitors with disabilities, including screen readers and screen enlarging software. To improve accessibility we have developed the website, wherever possible, in accordance with guidelines recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) guidelines.
We continue to test and modify this website against accessibility guidelines. If you would like further information about our accessibility standards or have problems accessing this website, please contact us.
Navigating the Website
We endeavour to make sure that our website has useful content that is laid out in an easy-to-navigate way.
All contextual images used in this website incorporate brief alternate text descriptions readable by common adaptive technologies, such as screen readers (via ALT attributes). Purely decorative graphics may not incorporate such descriptions (i.e. empty ALT attributes). Complex images may include more meaningful descriptions via LONGDESC attributes or captions to explain the significance of each image to screen readers.