Below are a number of additional notes and recommendations of interest to visitors to the website who are using assistive technologies or mobile devices, or who may have restrictions on the use of Javascript due to company policy or device limitations.

Screen readers and PDAs

Navigation and content is available even if you do not have Javascript activated.

Screen reader setting recommendations

For users of JAWS, we recommend the following sort order 'title|text|alt|href' as the best combination to set.

External sites

The Health and Education Chamber is not responsible for the content or accessibility of other sites linked to from this website.

Links and images

Note that for all links to documents on this site, the type and file size is shown.

Typically a 1 megabyte file will take around 3 to 4 seconds to download from an average 3G connection. The download speed will be higher if you're connected to a 4G, Wi-fi or network connection.

Any links which open a new browser window will be indicated by text or by the 'new window' icon.

All decorative images have null Alt text.

Problems accessing documents

If you have any problems accessing the information or documents published on this website, please contact us.

Adobe links

The Adobe site offers:
Free Adobe Acrobat reader - we recommend the latest version for the most up-to-date Accessibility features Accessibility Conversion tools may help you convert from one format to another PDF Accessibility information from Adobe

The Health and Education Chamber want to make this website as accessible as possible.

Please let us know if there is anything we could do to make it easier for you to access it by telephone on 0131 444 3300, or by post to:

Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service
Saughton House
Broomhouse Drive
EH11 3XD