Accessibility in all forms is central to Respect@Work. Every effort has been made to make Respectatwork.gov.au as accessible as possible. This includes rigorous technical and user testing.
A number of measures are currently underway to further increase accessibility, including the development of a suite of Easy Read resources.
This website has been designed to take into account accessibility issues covered by these standards.
- W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (2008)
- Digital Transformation Agency: Accessibility (2017)
- Australian Human Rights Commission World Wide Web access: Disability Discrimination Act Advisory Note version 4.1 (2014)
The Commission website has been built according to HTML 5 specifications on the Drupal 8 Content Management System and aims to conform to Web Consortium Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0) priority AA checkpoints.
Layout is controlled by Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and has been written according to the CSS 2.1 specifications. The site is still navigable for users who do not use CSS or graphical browsers.
Structured and meaningful Hypertext Mark-up Language (HTML) has been used to assist users accessing the site via non-visual means, such as users of screen-reading software.
Please contact us if you need information from the website presented in an alternative format for accessibility reasons.
Accessibility help - contact Us
Accessibility of this website is very important to the Commission, please contact us if you have any problems with using the site or for any comments, feedback or questions.
Contact us via Feedback form
You may also speak to the Commission's web team on (02) 9284 9600.