The Toolbox website is easy to use, quick to access and has been built to provide for a wide variety of technologies and browsers in mind – including assistive technologies.
As a commitment to ensuring that all content on the website is accessible to everyone, our website utilises Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for page layout and formatting, and we continue to improve our compliance with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) web accessibility standards.
We understand that some file formats can be difficult to access, that is why, where possible, we have provided alternative formats. However, some documents on this website, such as scanned or archival documents, cannot be made fully accessible.
If you experience any web accessibility difficulties with the website or with any of the information or documents contained within, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Extensive research and community consultation has been conducted to ensure the current website design is easy to use. The design of the site employs user centred design principles to ensure a positive and consistent customer user experience.
We also welcome any feedback on how we can continue to improve the site for you.
While the website has been designed to provide access to a variety of technologies and browsers, some visitors may encounter visual differences or technical issues depending on the operating system and browser used. As a result, we recommend visitors ensure they are using a standards-compliant browser.
Where possible, the website will provide information and services in HTML format to ensure maximum accessibility. However, sometimes it is more accessible to provide some documents in Adobe Portable Document (PDF) format. To view these documents you will require the free Adobe Acrobat Reader, which can be downloaded from http://www.adobe.com/.
If you have a suggestion, criticism or request for the Toolbox Team concerning this website, we would like to hear from you! Please visit our feedback form and register your comments.