At epsys we take web site accessibility very seriously, to ensure all users can enjoy our web sites and services. It is our aim that any user, regardless of disabilities, can view our work in a manner that makes sense. We also go to a great deal of effort to ensure that our web sites can be viewed by any current browser on any current system and platform. Please note that we do not support legacy browsers, as web browsers such as Mozilla Firefox are available for free download for any platform or operating system.

All the menus on this site have been given a logical tab index order, so by pressing the tab key you will be able to follow the order of all links on this web site.

All pages of this site conform to the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) web accessibility initiative (WAI) of Level AA conformance and many pages achieve, as far as technically possible, Level AAA conformance.

The whole of this site does not use tables for layout whatsoever, instead the presentation is handled by cascading style sheets (CSS). This enables this site to be read with the content semantically written, marked-up and placed for browsers that do not support CSS, tabled layouts or images.

This web site has also been designed to be compatible with current screen readers and Braille browsers as well as being compatible for future Aural browsers. This web site will also function correctly and will still be useable and readable with JavaScript turned off in your browser or if not supported. The dimensions of this web site have been designed to work fully in screen resolutions from 1024×768 pixels and above.