Accessibility policy features and content have been designed to be universally accessible by users and user agents/devices.

We strive to meet the WC3 Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Version 1.0.

Our User Centred Design team frequently conducts usability testing of navigation, flow, labels, and consistency. Furthermore, we will produce a version – post this prototype phase – for blind individuals.

Some of the accessibility features of our site include:

  • Meaningful page titles to help with orientation
  • Almost all images have either a meaningful alt-text (text equivalent)
  • Minimal use of frames
  • Use of resizable fonts
  • Use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to separate content from presentation
  • Notifying a user when a link opens a new window
  • The (core) functionalities are usable without JavaScript

Please send us any feedback or questions on the accessibility of with the feedback form.