Natasha’s Law – Closing a Legal Loophole That Costs Lives 23rd September 2021 Training New Open-to-All RIAMS Libraries Training Dates 22nd September 2021 RIAMS Upcoming Training on The Noise App 21st September 2021 The Noise App Fire Safety in High-Rise Residential Buildings 21st September 2021 Training New e-Learning Course: Prepacked Food for Direct Sale  15th September 2021 Training Final Reminder: Entries For The Noise Oscars 2021 14th September 2021 The Noise App Capturing ASB Reports With Our App 14th September 2021 Reportable Are You Making a Difference With The Noise App? 2nd September 2021 The Noise App ‘Open To All’ Training on The Noise App Now Available 1st September 2021 The Noise App Latest RIAMS Developments 12th August 2021 RIAMS The Noise Abatement Society Awards Are Back 12th August 2021 The Noise App New Event: Achieving Procedural Shifts with The Noise App 9th July 2021 The Noise App Scheduled Maintenance on The Noise App 10th June 2021 The Noise App Customer Story: Delivering Evidence of Threatening and Abusive Behaviour 27th May 2021 The Noise App New Food Allergen Risk Assessment e-Learning Course 20th May 2021 Training Accessibility Changes to RHE Services 20th May 2021 The Noise App Thank You to Everyone Who Helped Make Our ASB Conference Happen 6th May 2021 Training New Controls on Domestic Solid Fuels 5th May 2021 Training Customer Story: Improving Service Delivery 28th April 2021 The Noise App ASB: Partnership Working 6th April 2021 RIAMS Help Businesses in Your Area Get Ahead 1st April 2021 Training Are you interested in Private Groups? 11th March 2021 RIAMS Help to Shape the Future of the Housing Health and Safety Rating System: Participate in our Online Surveys 3rd March 2021 Training RIAMS Search Improvements 19th February 2021 RIAMS Helping to Manage Service Demand Around ASB and Environmental Crime 3rd February 2021 Reportable

Accessibility Changes to RHE Services

20th May 2021 The Noise App

Ahead of the September 2021 deadline, we have been working on our accessibility projects to try to ensure that users with a range of abilities are able to use our services. You may have noticed some changes to the RIAMS homepage, The Noise App (app) and the single sign-on (SSO). In making these changes, we have followed the recommended WCAG guidelines to meet priority AA.

The Noise App works across a range of devices and takes advantage of built-in accessibility features such as screen readers (both android and iOS), magnifiers and text enhancing settings. The app content is also accessible; we have ensured that users are guided through the app and know what will happen when they press a link or use a field.

With our SSO website, each page is accessible in terms of its structure and content. Pages are concise and to the point, with clear headings and a suitable amount of spacing for users who need focus. The SSO website is mobile compatible and can be used by those who are unable to use a mouse.

If you have any questions or need additional support, please contact us at