At the Health and Safety Authority (HSA), we recognise the importance of ensuring that our website is accessible to the widest possible range of visitors.
We are committed to achieving a minimum of conformance level Double-A with the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and complying with the National Disability Authority IT Accessibility Guidelines.
Improving accessibility has been a priority in the redevelopment of the HSA website during 2007. Some legacy content - particularly documents - may not yet meet our accessibility targets, but we we intend to rectify this as resources permit.
If you encounter difficulties in accessing our site, please let us know.
Our website contains a number of features to enhance accessibility. Among them are:
- Link to skip to main content in the header of each page
- A text to speech facility at the top of each page called ROKTALK
- Valid HTML and cascading style sheets
- Descriptive Alt texts for images that convey information and null alt text for decorative images
- An alternative, high-contrast style sheet
- A number of pdf documents (Some of our forms require the latest download of Adobe Reader)
Please note that you can resize text using your browser:
- For Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox, select Text size from the View menu
- Or hold the Control key and use the scroll wheel on your mouse
- If you are using another browser, please refer to your browser help to learn how to resize text