Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information/material contained on the website, the Departments, or servants or agents assume no responsibility for and give no guarantees, undertakings or warranties concerning the accuracy, completeness or up to date nature of the information provided in the web site and does not accept any liability whatsoever arising from any errors or omissions.
The site sometimes links to external sites over which the Department has no control and accepts no responsibility.
No document on the site is a legal interpretation and should not be seen as such. If you need professional or legal advice you should consult a suitably qualified person.
The material featured on this site is subject to Government copyright according to the Copyright and Related Rights Act, 2000. The material may be downloaded to file or printer for personal use only. Where this material is being issued to others, the source (including URL) and copyright status must be acknowledged.
The permission to reproduce Government copyright material does not extend to any material on this site which may be the property of a third party. Authorisation to reproduce such material must be obtained from the copyright holders concerned.
The Departments recognise the importance of ensuring that this site is accessible to everyone and is committed to achieving a minimum of conformance level Double-A with the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
If you have any difficulty accessing this website please let us know by e-mailing us at email@example.com
The website has been created using modern HTML/CSS techniques. CSS (cascading stylesheets) has been used for the presentation layer. Graphics are only used for visual purposes. Any graphics used on buttons etc are created within the CSS.
HTML5 roles have been used on the main blocks. For example role=”navigation” is used on the primary navigation, this helps assistive technologies to highlight the correct content for the user.
Web Aria elements have been applied to form fields. For example aria-required=”true” will ensure that the field is marked as required in modern browsers and will be read aloud by screen readers.
The text size on the website is relative. If you increase/decrease the page zoom or font the website content will change accordingly.
The colours used on the website are based on Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).