The Society’s website is an important information resource for our customers and members and we strive to ensure it is accessible to everyone. Care and consideration has been put into making sure that it is compatible with technology which aids accessibility; for example, screen readers. Further, amends to our website, including the introduction of new pages, are made with accessibility in mind to ensure fair and proper use for each and every one of our customers.
The Society’s web development team actively works towards the Society’s website meeting the AA level of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. These internationally recognised guidelines are the benchmark for building accessible websites, detailing how websites should be built to ensure accessibility for people with disabilities.
We're committed to increasing the accessibility of this site and all of our materials, and we welcome your feedback on this. Please contact us if you have experienced any problems in accessing the content on this website, or if you have any suggestions for how we could improve its accessibility.