We have attempted to make this website accessible to all users and to make it both easy to read and easy to use. The site is designed to meet the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 laid down by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI). These guidelines are intended to make web content accessible to people with disabilities.
Changing the size of the text
You can change the size of text on this site by using your web browser settings. For example, in Internet Explorer you can set this by going to the menu ‘View’ » ‘Text Size’. If your mouse has a wheel you can change text size by holding down CTRL and rotating the wheel. Some browsers have a separate zoom function. In most instances the page layout will not change.
Access keys have not been assigned for every page, but …
We have defined each page of the website on the Site Map.
Access key for Site Map = m
Please use the Site Map for key navigation.
Access keys let you navigate to a particular page without using a mouse.
How you use access keys depends on your browser …
Hold down the ALT key and press the character you require and then press ENTER,
hold down the ALT and SHIFT key and press the character you require,
hold down the CTRL key and press the character you require.
Once you have entered a page any links on that page can be reached by repeated use of the TAB key and can then be activated by pressing ENTER.
Access keys have been defined for form elements, for the form page only, and are indicated by an underlined letter on the label.
Where we have provided external links we try to alert you by passing you to a new window. We are not responsible for the content of external websites.
If you have any comments or suggestions as to how we can improve accessibility, please Contact Us.