Last updated: 
24 April 2019

Web standards

We are committed to providing information and services to the widest possible audience and aim to meet the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 to Level AA. 

If you have any problems using this site or have any suggestions, feedback or questions, please contact us.

Downloadable documents

This website has a limited number of documents that cannot be provided in HTML format. To assist users to download and share web content, some documents are available in Portable Document Format (PDF) and/or Microsoft Word (DOC, DOCX). We have taken steps to ensure, where possible, that alternate formats are available. 

For downloadable documents, an icon appears alongside the document link to indicate the file type and size.

Please contact us if you have difficulty accessing a document on our site we will endeavour to provide it to you in format that meets your needs.

Portable Document Format (PDF)

These files contain both text and images. A PDF file always ends in .pdf.

You need a PDF viewer such as Adobe Acrobat Reader to read and access the information contained within PDF files. If you do not have a PDF reader you can download Adobe Acrobat Reader, a free PDF reader.

Microsoft Word (DOC, DOCX)

These files contain both text and images. A Word file name always ends in .doc or .docx.

Most word processing applications can open .doc and .docx files. If you do not have a word processing application that can view .doc or .docx files, you can download  Word Viewer, a free document reader.

Databases and online services

Some of the databases and online services accessed via this site do not currently conform to WCAG Level AA. We are working to address this. 

If you have difficulty accessing a database or other service on our site we will endeavour to assist, please contact us.

Data visualisation

Information presented as data visualisations may not always meet accessible requirements. We will provide alternate data sources to assist you in accessing the information in a suitable form. If you have difficulty accessing the information presented, please contact us.