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Web accessibility and this website

We endeavor to help people with a range of disabilities to understand, perceive, navigate and successfully interact with our web site. We understand there are many ways people interact with websites and would very much appreciate any feedback you may have on our site by letting us know  of problems you may face while navigating this site. You may use our contact us form which is available on on our contact page

Our commitment

We’re committed to making the content of this site accessible to the widest possible audience, including those:

​Using assistive technology such as screen readers and screen magnifiers

  • Who are unable to use the mouse

  • Dependent on the accessibility features of their web browser


​We strive to conform to the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and to comply with Level AA of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, Version 2.0. Our site depends on the use of JavaScript for security purposes and some other functions.


All images contain alternative (ALT) text. This ALT attribute is displayed when the site is visited with images "off" and voiced by screen readers. The null (or empty) ALT attribute used for ‘non-functional or brand-type’ images should be ignored by screen readers.

Tables and forms

​Forms and tables use accessibility features that enable them to be used with screen readers.

The JavaScript used has been designed to be accessible to most assistive technologies in common use today. With a few pages however, JavaScript is used to show or hide portions of some pages. When these pages are accessed with devices that do support this function, all information will be presented.

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