Accessibility

To enable this website to be accessible to as many people as possible, it has been designed and developed in accordance with the guidelines issued by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). This means that visitors to the site can:

  • use assistive device technologies, such as screen readers
  • adjust the size of the text using their browser
  • change the colour scheme by applying their own stylesheet to the site using their browser
  • navigate the site easily.

If you have any difficulties using this site, as a result of disability or otherwise, please contact us.

This report contains some links to PDF documents. To read these documents, you will need the Adobe® Reader® software. Adobe also provides accessibility tools for PDF documents.