Accessibility means designing things that anybody can use.

How we support accessibility

We support accessibility by:

Accessibility statement

At a minimum, this website aims to:

Known issues

  • Some resources are in a PDF format and are not accessible
  • The Seniors newsletter signup form lacks a <legend> element
  • Resizing the browser window may cause the layout to break, a page refresh will fix it

There are no known technology incompatibilities.

Reporting an issue

Please contact us if you encounter an accessibility issue on this website. We aim to respond to feedback within 3 business days.

Requesting alternative formats

Contact us if you need information in an alternate format, such as:

  • Easy Read
  • New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL)
  • audio
  • large print
  • Braille
  • plain text.

In your message, please include:

  • the web address (URL) of the information you need
  • the format you are requesting — for example, Braille.

Formal complaints

You can make a formal complaint to MSD.

If you’re not happy with the response, you can contact the Human Rights Commission.

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