Web accessibility makes it possible for users to interact, navigate and understand a website regardless of platform, browser or any disability, physical or cognitive, that may affect the way they access the internet.
In order to deliver our services to the largest possible cross section of users, this site incorporates recommendations from the W3C's (World Wide Web Consortium) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI).
This website is optimised for the use of the following operating systems when used in conjunction with a supported internet browsers:
- Windows 10 +
- Mac OS X +
Note: Other operating systems will work but due to security issues with these platforms we do not support these.
This website has been optimised for the use on:
- Microsoft Edge
- Mozilla Firefox (latest version -1)
- Google Chrome (latest version -1)
- Apple Safari on OS X (latest version -1)
- Opera (latest version -1)
Other browsers may work, but may not provide the same level of experience.
Note: All versions Internet Explorer are no longer supported. Although these browsers may still work, for your security we would recommend upgrading to a newer browser such as Microsoft Edge, Chrome or Firefox.
Tablets and mobiles
This website has been designed to optimise the presentation of content and imagery to suit whichever device you wish you use. However, we cannot test every device available to visitors, so we are unable to guarantee a perfect browsing experience for every device. If do you experience problems with your device please let us know so we can work on providing a better user experience for your device.
Recommended software for viewing documentation
We recommend using the latest versions of the following software to view documentation that has been downloaded from this website:
- Adobe Acrobat Reader
- Microsoft Word
- Microsoft Excel.
[Updated: June 2022]