We are committed to making the information we publish on the Internet accessible to as many users as possible. All our pages are designed to work across different platforms, screen sizes and browsers. They are printer friendly and have been designed to work with assistive technologies. If you experience any difficulties with a page on our site please contact us and provide us with information such as the address of the page (URL), the platform you are running (such as Windows XP), and the name and version of your browser.
To the best of our knowledge, pages comply with all Priority 1 checkpoints of the W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 1.0).
Valid CSS and HTML
The pages on this site are periodically tested as valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional and validCSS, using the W3C’s mark-up validation service, and conform to the W3C’s recommendations and standards.