Accessibility has been designed to be accessible to all users, irrespective of browser type, speed of connection or physical ability, and to meet conformance level Triple-A of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 (WCAG). Conformance to these Guidelines will help make the Web more accessible to users with disabilities and will benefit all users.

If you have any problems with our website, please contact us and tell us about the problem and what you experience.


One of the recommendations in the W3C-WCAG is the provision of Accesskeys on all web pages.

Accesskeys are keyboard shortcuts which allow users to navigate around the website without having to use a mouse or similar device.

To use these accesskey shortcuts, Windows users should press the "alt" key together with the relevant number below, then "enter". Macintosh users should press the "Ctrl" key together with the accesskey, then "enter".

This website uses the following accesskeys:

Access Key 1
accesses the Homepage
Access Key 0
accesses this Accessibility page and the Accesskey details
Access Key 3
accesses the Site Map
Access Key 7
accesses the Contact Us page
Access Key 8
accesses the Terms of Use page
Access Key P
accesses the Privacy Policy

Note that accesskeys will not work on older browsers which do not support the W3C HTML 4.0 standards.

W3C Web Standards

An integral part of conforming to the W3C Accessibility Guidelines is the adherence to W3C Web Standards in the design and coding of all web pages on

By designing to Web Standards, the informational content of web pages becomes accessible to many more people, irrespective of their physical ability or the internet browsing device that they may be using.