What is web accessibility?
Web accessibility is about making web content available to all web users, including those with disabilities such as auditory, visual, physical, speech, cognitive, and neurological disabilities. It is also about making websites as accessible as possible regardless of what technology is used to browse.
TasALERT and Accessibility
TasALERT is committed to making this site accessible to all members of the community. The TasALERT website seeks to meet Level AA accessibility standards as defined in the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. Meeting these standards is an ongoing process.
If you encounter any web accessibility issues or have some feedback about the site's accessibility, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try to resolve this issue or provide the information in an alternative format and advise you of the outcome.
National Relay Service
If you are deaf or have a hearing impairment or speech impairment, contact us through the National Relay Service.
TTY users should phone 133 677 then ask for 131 444 (for non-emergencies). In an emergency, TTY users dial 106 directly on their TTY.
Speak and Listen users phone 1300 555 727 then ask for 131 444 (for non-emergencies) or 000 (in an emergency).
Internet relay users connect to the NRS, then ask for 131 444 (for non-emergencies) or 000 (in an emergency).
Further information can be obtained from the National Relay Service website.
Accessibility of PDF Files
Adobe provides online conversion tools to help visually impaired users read PDF documents. They convert PDF documents into either HTML or ASCII text, which can then be read by screen reader programs.
Visit Adobe's accessibility site for more information on how to make PDF files more accessible to people with disabilities.
There are also a number of free online PDF to Word converters that can be found by typing PDF Converter or similar into your preferred search engine. TasALERT does not endorse the use of any free conversion sites.