Accessibility involves making web pages more accessible
to those with impaired vision (includes blindness and
colour blindness), mobility and hearing impairments.
Increasingly governments around the world are legislating
to ensure that the web becomes more accessible to those
with various impairments.
In May 1999 the World Wide Web (W3C) released a document entitled 'Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0' for the primary goal of promoting accessibility.
and Planning Services
(G&PS) has done it's best
to ensure that our templates
are compliant with these
If you feel that any component of this site does not meet the requirements please contact us and we will attempt to remedy the problem.
Most documents loaded
on the G&PS website will
be in PDF format. You can
download free the Adobe
Acrobat Reader software
for most platforms from www.adobe.com and
selecting "Free Adobe
Reader" from their
Edith Cowan University Accessibility web page.