This accessibility statement applies to

Compliance Status

This website is compliant with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 level AA

Accessibility features of this website:

Visual design

This site uses cascading style sheets for visual layout.

All font sizes are relative, and can be increased using the user-specified “text size” option in visual browsers.

If your browser or browsing device does not support stylesheets at all, the content of each page is still readable.

Page titles

Good page titles are particularly important for orientation — to help people know where they are and move between pages open in their browser. The first thing screen readers say when the user goes to a different web page is the page title.

Image text alternatives ("alt text")

Text alternatives ("alt text") convey the purpose of an image, including pictures, illustrations, charts, etc. Text alternatives are used by people who do not see the image. (For example, people who are blind and use screen readers can hear the alt text read out; and people who have turned off images to speed download or save bandwidth can see the alt text.)



Headings are marked up as headings so people can navigate to the headings — including people who cannot use a mouse and use only the keyboard, and people who use a screen reader.

Resizable Text

Some users need to enlarge web content in order to read it. Some need to change other aspects of text display: font, space between lines, and more

Contrast ratio ("colour contrast")

Web pages have a minimum contrast by default: a contrast ratio of at least 4.5:1 for normal-size text.

Accessible Images

Images that are not purely decorative include descriptive ALT text to inform screen reader users about the contents of an image. 


Keyboard access and visual focus

This website enables users to access all content and functionality — links, forms, media controls, etc. — through a keyboard. Keyboard focus is visible and follows a logical tab and reading order through the page elements. Skip-to-content links assist users who prefer to navigate with a keyboard or assistive technologies. 

Forms, labels, and errors (including Search fields)

A form label is present and associated with a form control. A properly associated form label is presented to a screen reader user when the form control is accessed. Additionally, a label can be clicked with the mouse to set focus to the form control. ARIA roles, states, or properties are present. ARIA provides enhanced semantics and accessibility for web content.

Link Text

Link text accurately represents its destination or function without the requirement to read surrounding text.

Preparation of the Statement

This statement was last reviewed and updated on 13 March 2024. The assessment was performed using teh following tools:

  • Chrome & Edge Browsers
  • NVDA Screen reader
  • Keyboard navigation
  • Manual Testing
  • Automated testing - SiteImprove audit tools

Feedback and Contact Information

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  • Wish to provide feedback on the accessibility of this website;
  • Require access to any information or document that is not available in an accessible format; or
  • Are dissatisfied with our response to any notification or request and wish to submit a complaint.