We try to make our website user-friendly for you, regardless of your ability or cultural, linguistic, or religious background, by following worldwide web standards and providing publications in multiple formats for you to download.
We are working to comply with Level AA of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, a technical standard which describes how to make web content more usable and accessible for everyone.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0
If you would like to provide feedback about our website's accessibility or useability, or require assistance is accessing our website, please contact us.
We provide information, such as publications and forms, in Adobe's Portable Document Format (PDF). To view or print a PDF file you need the Adobe Acrobat reader on your computer. You can download a free copy from the official Adobe website.
If you have difficulty accessing PDF files we have, wherever possible, included other formats such as HTML. We are working towards ensuring new PDF files added to this website have accessibility features applied, such as alternate text, bookmarks, correct reading order and tagging.