We have made every effort to make BFGnet accessible and easy to use for everyone.
If you have trouble using the site your feedback will help us to make it better, so if you spot any problems please visit the feedback page and let us know.
Our aspiration is to conform to the Guidelines for UK government websites and the Worldwide Web Consortium’s W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, and to ensure that this Web accessibility standard is achieved and maintained.
The BFGnet is committed to making its website bfgnet.de easily accessible to all sections of the public, in line with the Equality Act 2010 (c. 15).
The site aspires to the following web standards:
- W3C WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Conformance Level Double A
- Valid W3C XHTML 1.0 Transitional
- Valid W3C CSS 2.0
Accessibility is defined as the ability of people with disabilities to perceive, understand, navigate, and interact with websites.
The BFGnet website mostly conforms to W3C WAI's WCAG 2.0 , Conformance Level Double A .
The website supports text-only browser and speech browser navigation using a keyboard rather than a mouse.
We are working to ensure that all existing content produced by authorised publishers, and new, updated, and existing content provided for our site by third-party developers, conforms to WCAG 2.0 Conformance Level Double A, in line with Cabinet Office recommendations for government websites.
All users should be able to:-
- Find out how to contact BFGnet by telephone, email or letter
- Navigate the site easily to find the information they require
- Use the Search features to find relevant information
- Access Accessibility information
- Access the Privacy and Cookie information pages
- Access images, video and sound content through text equivalents
- Complete and submit forms
We operate within a devolved publishing environment and thus we cannot check in detail whether all site contents are fully accessible. We can only be certain that the core site design meets all access needs where we have had feedback from a wide range of users.
We would therefore be especially interested to hear from site users who have special access needs about their experience of using the site.
Please email us using the Feedback form with your requests and wishes.
Software to open documents
This website provides links to documents in portable document format (pdf) and MS Word format (doc)
You may need special software to read these files, which is available for free from various sources.