Accessibility

CILEX Accessibility Statement

The CILEX website has been developed, in order to promote accessibility, in accordance with W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. The site is constructed so that screen readers can navigate the site successfully. This includes adding descriptive text to navigable images and summary text in the website code for tables included on the site. Also, the content of the site can be read in a logical manner, even when styles are disabled.

Headers

We use header elements to structure the pages and to make information clearer.

Navigation

There are several ways to navigate our site, which are via a search engine, the navigation bar or the sitemap.

Text Size

Some users might find the site easier to read by increasing the size at which the text is displayed. To do this you can adjust your browser's settings by going to the View menu, then selecting either 'text size', 'text zoom' or 'zoom' and then increasing the size of the text.

Colours

The colours of the text and background contrast sufficiently, so that legibility is optimised, and navigable links use visual identifiers that are not reliant on the colour alone.

Documents

Some of the files on this website are supplied in PDF format. Other documents are supplied in the Microsoft Office Word format. 

Our aim is to ensure that all our documents are accessible. If you would like to read the documents in a large print size, you can request them by completing the Enquiry Form available on our website or by emailing: privacyofficer@cilex.org.uk.

Problems Accessing the Site 

If you have difficulty accessing the site or have any comments, please email: privacyofficer@cilex.org.uk or complete the Enquiry Form available on our website.

Statement Approval

Date of Issue:

April 2021

Last Review Date:

New

Version:

Version 1.0

Owner:

Corporate Compliance

Approved By:

Corporate Policy Review Panel (CPRP)

Review Date:

September 2022