This website has been designed to be flexible for everyone to use including those using adaptive technology.

Accessibility features

Key features that make this website accessible to a range of users are:

Resizable text

Use the change text size tool or change browser settings to make the text larger or smaller.

Use of colour

This site uses colour to orient the user, but the ability to discern different colours is not required to use this site.  All use of colour is based on high-contrast for ease of visibility.

Suitable for use with screen readers

Content is available in a linear format and includes links that allow you to bypass the navigation.

Text equivalents

Text equivalents are provided for images.


This site offers search functionality allowing you to find what you want with only a key phrase.


Standard navigation is available via the top-level menu and in-context side-menu on all pages.

Offsite links

Users are prompted before navigating offsite via any offsite links on this site.

Use of CSS (cascading style sheets)

CSS (cascading style sheets) is used for visual layout. If your browser or browsing device does not support style sheets, you can still read the content of each page.

Other features

Links to other websites

DANA cannot guarantee that content beyond this website will be accessible.


This site works best with JavaScript enabled in your browser. JavaScript is used for changing the text size and colour contrast throughout the site.

Standards compliance

The design follows guidelines for accessible web design published by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). The pages on this website aim to meet the criteria for AA compliance with W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).

Last Modified: March 12, 2014