We are committed to providing a website that can be accessed by all users whatever their disability. We understand the importance of communicating information in an easy, user friendly format. It is our responsibility, under the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA), to ensure our website achieves this.
We have built our website to meet the guidelines set by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Conforming to these standards means our website has:
The provision to be viewed in Internet Explorer or Netscape and by users of Apple Macintosh computers as well as PCs
For more information about W3C guidelines to make web content accessible to people with disabilities, visit www.w3.org.