We try to make our site accessible to as many users as possible and to comply with 'AA' level of the World Wide Web Consortium's Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI).
Visually impaired users
The site has been tested by an independent expert to make it as usable as possible for blind and partially-sighted users. Users of JAWS screen reader software should note that these tests were carried out with version 9.6.
If you are unable to use a mouse, you can move around this site using your keyboard only. Keyboard shortcuts may vary across the different web browsers so follow the links below:
Viewing PDF files
This site contains a large number of downloadable PDF files which may present issues to users of earlier versions of JAWS screen reader with Adobe Reader. You should, if possible, use the latest versions of both applications.
Read Out Loud
Find out more about using the Read Out Loud feature with PDF files at http://www.adobe.com/enterprise/accessibility/reader6/sec2.html. Please note that this feature may only be available in Adobe PDF Reader. You should check for a similar tool if you use other PDF reading software.
Customising your own computer
The Web Accessibility Initiatve (WAI) provides guidance on how to customise your particular browser and computer for better web browsing: http://www.w3.org/WAI/users/browsing#type.
A number of open source accessibility toolbars are available to help you set how you want to view web pages. Please note that these are third party tools and SFC has no responsibility or control over them.
We advise you to upgrade to the most recent version of your chosen browser (they are all free upgrades).
Apple Mac users:
If you still have any problems viewing pages on the site using any of the above browsers please email email@example.com.
If you have any comments that could improve this site please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to receive any document in an alternative format, including braille, please email us at email@example.com.