The Domino Risk Management Ltd website has been designed to cater for anybody with special visual needs. We seek to be a service that understands the needs and aspirations of people with disabilities and will ensure that there is no discrimination on the grounds of disability. We are committed to equality of opportunity for all and aim to provide access for people with disabilities.
This website has been developed with the intention of making it accessible to as many visitors as possible. We aim to achieve this by adhering to W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
We use relative font sizes which mean you can also override the default text sizes and set your own via the browser.
Most people are unaware of the built-in facilities that web browsers have. Very often people stick with using Internet Explorer, not realising that there are others from which to choose.
Internet Explorer, if you look on the toolbar and find ‘Page’, click on this and you will see that there are options to zoom in and out and also enlarge the text.
In Firefox, on a PC go to ‘View’ on the toolbar and you will see options to increase and decrease text. On a Mac you will find these same options on the toolbar under ‘Accessibility’.
*The tools mentioned in the preceding two paragraphs can be used for all websites.
In all browsers, holding down the CTRL button and scrolling the mouse-wheel up and down will zoom the entire site up or down in size accordingly.
The Domino Risk Management Ltd website also allows for the site to be viewed comfortably on all sizes of computer screen. It also behaves well on a mobile phone.
All images include the “ALT” attribute.
The primary sections of the site are always available via the main navigation menu that runs along the top of the page. To support the navigation, a sitemap has been provided.
All files that are available for download via this website have been converted to the Portable Document Format (PDF). These files can be viewed using Adobe Acrobat reader which is a free resource that is available from the Adobe website.
For more information and help about changing your browser settings please visit the BBC’s My Web My Way pages.
We hope that you find that you are able to use this site as it has been intended. Please use the contact form if you need to get in touch.