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Smith & Nephew is committed to ensuring that the content on this website is accessible to the widest range of visitors, regardless of disability.

Access Keys
Access keys are keyboard shortcuts that provide quick links to common website features, without the need to use a mouse.

To navigate with access keys:

  • Windows Hold down the 'Alt' key and the access key, followed by the 'Enter' key
  • Macintosh Hold down the 'Ctrl' key and the access key.

Please note: Access keys are only supported by Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 and above and Netscape 6 and above.

The pages on this website have the following access keys:

1 - Home page       
2 - Contact Us    
3 - About GWA    
4 - About S&N    
5 - Copyright & disclaimer    
6 – Accessibility    

Navigation 
All pages contain a link to the home page (access key 1) and contact us (access key 2)

The navigation system has been constructed in a consistent fashion to provide clear navigation pathways throughout the site.

Intention
We are committed to making our Web site accessible to all Internet users and to meeting the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995. We are engaged in an ongoing review of compliance and will act quickly to address any areas of non-compliance that we become aware of.

We welcome input and advice from our site users. If you should be aware of a non-compliance with The Act, and/or general best practice in this respect, please e-mail accessibility@smith-nephew.com

RNIB and RNID have created some excellent online resources for those who would like help with accessibility issues.

For details of resources available to help people with visual disabilities you might like to look at http://www.rnib.org.uk/professionals/education/support/resources/autism/resources/pages/strategy-resources.aspx#H2Heading7

To find out about accessibility initiatives being developed for people with hearing disabilities you might like to look at http://www.rnid.org.uk/

 

Learning Summary

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Learning Summary shows you your learning history as you study the modules in the GWA.

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