This Accessibility Statement has been produced in accordance with the Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) (No.2) Accessibility Regulations 2018. It covers the SPECTRUM CIL web site https://spectrumcil.co.uk/
The Accessibility Statement lists any parts of the website that are not fully accessible to the standards set out in WCAG 2.1 (Level AA), together with information on what action we are taking to correct these, and – where applicable – how people with access needs can get alternatives to content that’s not accessible.
The statement also provides details on who to contact to report accessibility issues, and on the enforcement procedure if you are not happy with our response.
Copies in other alternative formats can be provided on request.
The Accessibility Statement will be updated annually.
1. Access Review WCAG 2.1 (Level AA)
1.1 There are 12 non-text items on the web site that have missing alt-text labels describing the content. These will be updated by no later than September 2020.
1.2 There are 2 form items on the web site with missing fieldset and legend to group multiple radio or checkbox buttons.
These will be repaired by adding fieldset and legend element to the forms by no later than August 2020. There is a text to speech function on the web site allowing access to the correct information in the meantime.
1.3 There are 2 items on the web site with incorrect header information. These will be repaired by modifying the header levels by no later than August 2020. There is a text to speech function on the web site allowing access to the correct information in the meantime.
2. How to report accessibility issues
If you find any other accessibility issues on the web site, please let us know and we will do our best to fix these as quickly as possible.
You can contact us in the following ways:
Telephone: 023 8033 0982
Textphone (Minicom): 023 8020 2649
Fax: 023 8020 2648
Email: [email protected]
By post to: Office Manager, SPECTRUM CIL, Unity 12, 9-19 Rose Road, Southampton, SO14 6TE
If you are not happy with the response received, you can get help from the Equality Advisory and Support Service (EASS) in England Scotland and Wales, or the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland (ECNI) in Northern Ireland, who are the bodies responsible for enforcing the web sites accessibility regulations.