At Accidents Happen we actively work towards making our online applications and web sites accessible to everyone. By using latest web standards and accessibility guidelines set out by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), we endeavour to make our site accessible across a range of browsing platforms and assistive technologies.
If you have any questions or suggestions regarding the accessibility of this site, please contact us, as we are continually striving to improve the experience for all of our visitors.
The Accidents Happen site uses a logical heirarchy of headings and paragraphs to ensure compatibility with most browsers old and new, and assistive technologies such as screen readers.
The pages have a consistent layout which comprises of main navigation under the company logo and images, with sub menu in the left column, and feature links and information in the right column.
This site uses a link to go straight to the content of a page, which is for the use of screen readers and other technologies. This enables them to skip the menus and other content.
Accidents Happen does not use access keys due to potential conflicts with the access keys of browser and assistive technologies.
Instructions on how to change the size or colour of text on this and other web sites can be found at the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative site.