We aim for our site to be accessible to all.
Our website has been designed and built to make it accessible to as wide a range of visitors as possible.
The site aims to meet W3C standards for HTML 5 and CSS 3.0 to allow users with specific access requirements to override style settings. All pages are designed to meet WAI WCAG 2.0 guidelines.
The site should function correctly across multiple browsers and has been tested on a range of popular browsers and devices used today. This site should render correctly on text only browsers, audio browsers, using generic accessibilty settings, with style sheets turned off and using high contrast settings.
If you have suggestions, comments or incur any issues with regards to accessibility please contact us. We welcome all feedback on how we can improve our user experience.