We understand how important it is that our website is accessible to everyone. Which is why we’ve carried out an accessibility evaluation of all our sites, in accordance with Web Content Accessibility guidelines set out by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). We have taken recommendations from the results, and are currently working to improve our sites.
To help anyone using screen readers or other assistive technologies, we have designed the site to allow simple and safe access to all information. For instance, we have used contrast to reduce problems for people with impaired vision, and avoided any flashing elements that may be harmful. Labels or instructions have been provided for user input fields, as well as Alt Tags that support screen readers. You will also be pleased to know, that there are no timing limits when viewing content or inputting information.