An accessible website can be accessed by as many people as possible, using any web browsing technology, regardless of disability, geographic location or cultural background. Accessibility aims to provide true universality in access to information.
This site complies with priority 1, 2, and most of 3, of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. The W3C is the international body coordinating standards on the World Wide Web.
Accessibility is an ongoing concern. Please contact us if you are experiencing any difficulties with this site, or have any suggestions for improving its accessibility.
We’ve listed some of the accessibility features and standards we comply to below.
You can override the default style sheet with your own preferences.
We’ve structured the information on this site using logical markup.
Standards Compliant Web Pages
Pages validate to the HTML5 standard.