This statement outlines our UK standards of compliance and provides additional instructions on how to make the most of your visit to oegoffshore.com.
If you have a general problem with the size of text on websites you can change settings within your browser to increase the default size of "normal" text - this has the effect of enlarging the page on all the websites that you visit (provided those websites have been built in an accessible way)
- Chrome, Mozilla, Firefox and most other browsers (PC): Hold down the CTRL key and press + or Hold down the CTRL key and press -
- Macintosh (Safari, Firefox and most other browsers): Hold down the Command key and press + or Hold down the Command key and press –
- Internet Explorer: From the menu bar underneath the search field, select Page or View and point to Text size
- Generally, holding down the Ctrl key and press + / scroll mouse wheel up to zoom in; and holding down the Ctrl key and press - / scroll mouse wheel up to zoom out
This website has been built in accordance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 (WCAG 1.0) established by the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C), using code compliant with W3C standards for XHTML and CSS. These guidelines aim to make web content more accessible for people with disabilities/impairments.
All pages are checked in accordance with the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) guidelines and we aim to adhere/comply with these guidelines as far as possible.
All links and user interfaces are designed where possible to be navigable with a keyboard. The active link in focus is highlighted with a visible border.
First press the TAB key on any page opens a quick menu which enables users to skip to the site menu or page content.
- Press ENTER to follow a link or activate a form control
- Press TAB to navigate to the next link
- Press SHIFT + TAB to navigate to the previous link
This site uses CSS for visual layout. If your browser or browsing device does not support stylesheets at all, the content of each page is still readable.
Compatibility with tools
This website aims to be compatible with recent versions of the following screen readers:
NVDA - Download the reader here: https://www.nvaccess.org/download/
JAWS - Download the reader here: https://www.freedomscientific.com/Downloads/JAWS
The website is also compatible with default voice over technologies found in iOS, Windows and Android devices.
How to change the colour contrast of websites
For a Windows PC or a Mac please refer to the BBC website for handy tips on how to personalise your viewing experience when visiting websites: https://www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility;
On your browser
In Internet Explorer, click "Tools", then select "Internet options". From within the "General" tab, click the "Colours" button. Deselect the "Use Windows colours" checkbox and change the colour by selecting the colour swatch. Then, select "Accessibility" within the "Internet options" window and select "Ignore colours specified on web pages".
In Firefox, click "Tools", then select "Options". From within the "Colours" tab, click the "Colours" button. Select the appropriate colours from the colour swatch and un-tick the checkbox labelled "Allow pages to choose their own colours, instead of my selections above" and click OK.
We aim to present all important information as HTML web pages, but often we create datasheets and easy read flyers that you can download and print. These are normally in PDF (Portable Document Format). If you have any problems downloading or reading these files, you may need to download additional software:
If you can't open a PDF file try downloading the latest Adobe Reader software. In addition, you can visit the Adobe accessibility features web page for more details on how to use their built-in tools: https://helpx.adobe.com/reader/using/accessibility-features.html
Digital accessibility records
Web accessibility refers to the inclusive practice of removing barriers that prevent interaction with, or access to websites, by people with disabilities. When sites are correctly designed, developed and edited, all users have equal access to information and functionality. Here are some additional useful resources related to web accessibility;
|Equality Act 2010 – UK Equality legislation
|BBC Accessibility – Excellent resource with tips, guides, links to resources, etc
|Outlaw.com – contains the popular 'Disabled access to websites under UK law' guide, and news articles relating to accessibility and the law
|WebAim – The Web Accessibility in Mind Project provides a number of articles, a discussion forum and a number of simulations which is useful for testing websites
|WAVE – Website Accessibility Evaluation Tool
|The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) - is the global authority on accessible design standards.
|Making your service accessible - Meeting government accessibility requirements
|AbilityNet - Information, fact sheets and step-by-step guides on approaches and technology to help disabled computer users.
|Americans with Disabilities Act - The Department of Justice (DOJ) issued a technical assistance document addressing website accessibility
Our website is monitored to ensure that we are compliant with the relevant codes and standards. This responsive website has been built from the ground up for compliance with the above standards and to provide guided accessibility. Please do not hesitate to contact us to request information in an accessible format if not currently available on the website and we will try to accommodate your enquiry as quickly as possible.
If you have any questions or feedback about the accessibility of the OEG Offshore website, we would like to hear from you. You can email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org