CAG Consultants is strongly committed to protecting the privacy of users of its interactive products and services as well as to respecting the Data Protection Acts 1984 and 1998. The information that you provide us with, or that is gathered automatically helps us to monitor our consultation and the web site service and provide you with the services that you are entitled to as a visitor to our website.
At present, we only collect non-personal information – such as IP address (the location of the computer on the internet), pages accessed and files downloaded. This helps us to determine how many individuals use our sites, how many people visit on a regular basis, which pages are most popular, and which pages are least popular. This information doesn’t tell us anything about who you are or where you live, it simply allows us to monitor and improve our service.
While we strive to keep the information that you supply directly or indirectly secure, please be aware that the Internet is not a fully secure medium.
Usage of information
If requested we may submit your information to law enforcement or government authorities.
Cookies are pieces of information that a website transfers to your hard drive to store and sometimes track information about you. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but if you prefer, you should be able to change your browser to prevent that. You should read the information that came with your browser software to see how you can set up your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie, this should then give you the opportunity to decide whether to accept it. However, you may not be able to take full advantage of a website if you do so. Cookies are specific to the server that created them and cannot be accessed by other servers, which means they cannot be used to track your movements around the web.
Cookies can be used for a variety of purposes, such as providing personalised pages, but at present, we use them only to work out how many people visit our sites.
Further information about cookies can be found at the Interactive Advertising Bureau’s website www.allaboutcookies.org.
Accessibility – We are committed to making our website more accessible
Where possible, we follow the guidelines developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) under the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) and the Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB).
You can view this website on a wide range of browsers and we have tested the pages of the site with the following browsers:
We have used a non-serif font as most people find this easier to read on a screen, chosen colours for our text that give good contrast with the background colours and allow you to change the font size.
Changing the font size
This section contains instructions on changing your font size. Mac users please note, where you are told to hold down control, please use the apple key instead. You can find instructions for the following browsers:
Internet Explorer 8 and 7 – You can adjust the size of the page in Internet Explorer 8 and 7 using the following methods:
You can also adjust the size of the text only by selecting the ‘view’ menu and then the ‘text size’ menu, and choosing an option.
Internet Explorer 6 – You can adjust the size of the text by selecting the ‘view’ menu and then the ‘text size’ menu, and choosing an option.
Firefox 3 – You can adjust the size of the page using the following methods:
You can also adjust the size of the text only by selecting the ‘view’ menu and then the ‘zoom’ menu, and choosing Zoom text only. The keyboard shortcuts will then alter the size of the text, but not the rest of the page.
Opera – You can adjust the size of the page in Opera 9 using the following methods:
Safari – You can adjust the size of the text in safari using the following methods:
PDF – Adobe PDF is an Internet standard used to distribute electronic documents. Most electronic documents or images can be converted to a PDF document by using Acrobat software, and anyone can read these documents by using Acrobat or the free Adobe Reader software.