This page sets out the standards to which this site has been developed and how you can get the most out of the website. If you have questions or requests for a change in the website’s accessibility please email MASTS.
[update July 2022] MASTS is pleased to announce it has produced its own “Accessibility Guidelines and Pledges” to outline actions MASTS will undertake in its communications and events so that all its content is accessible to those wish to engage with the organisation. Download the PDF of the Accessibility Guidelines And Pledges – July 2022 here. This document has been reviewed by a Digital Accessibility Officer and will be updated when necessary. Newer versions of the document will be uploaded to the MASTS Accessibility webpage. We will also be providing speakers for any upcoming events, such as the MASTS Annual Science Meeting, with a document titled “Accessibility Guidance for Presenters” to ensure their talks can be as accessible as possible. Furthermore, for any in-person events MASTS will provide an access statement where further information about the venue’s access can be found.
The supplier of this Service has taken steps to ensure that the pages on this website are accessible to all users. This includes people with disabilities who use assistive technology to access the internet, as well as people who may experience other obstacles in accessing websites.
This website follows the WAI Web Contact Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 which are standards created by the World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI).
We regularly assess the site for accessibility issues, and we aim to fix any issues as soon as we find them.
This website uses relative text sizing. Users of visual browsers can increase or decrease text size using options in their software.
- Internet Explorer – Go to the ‘View’ menu, choose ‘Text Size’ and choose an option from the menu.
- Mozilla Firefox – Go to the ‘View’ menu, choose ‘Text Size’ then choose ‘Increase’ or ‘Decrease’ to make the text bigger or smaller.
- Opera – Go to the ‘View’ menu, choose ‘Zoom’ and choose a magnification level.
The website has been tested in the following browsers (on Mac and PC where relevant):
- Internet Explorer 10
- Microsoft Edge
- Mozilla Firefox
- Google Chrome
- Opera (v8 and above)
In older or minority browsers the Service may revert to a simple, text only version. This allows us to provide a rich browsing experience to those using modern web browsing technologies, while ensuring that all other users can access content.
If whilst using this service you feel that any aspect of it does not work to your satisfaction, please do not hesitate to contact us so we may fully investigate your experiences and help to provide the best service possible.