Have a great browsing experience

To ensure an optimal viewing experience of the SHA website, we have listed a few recommended browser and system settings below. Although not required, by using these recommended configurations, you’ll be able to take advantage of all the website’s features as intended.

Screen Resolution
The SHA website is best viewed at 1024 x 768 or higher screen resolution. If you’re set at 800 x 600 resolution, that should do fine, but may affect your ability to view an entire page without scrolling horizontally or vertically.

Internet Web Browsers
The SHA website is best viewed with the current versions of most web browsers (Firefox, Chrome, Opera or Safari ). Many older versions of these browsers do not support the latest internet technology such as CSS3 and HTML5. You may verify which version of your browser you are using by going to “Help” at the top of your browser and “About.” A screen will appear, showing which browser and version you are using.

Cookies Enablement
This website makes use of cookies. You should have cookies enabled in your web browser. No worries, if you haven’t specifically changed this setting in your web browser, the default is set to “allow”.

Links To External Websites
As a convenience, we provide links to other websites on the internet from various SHA webpages. This link has information that may be useful or interesting as a supplement to the information found on the SHA website. However, SHA cannot attest to the accuracy of information on any linked site. Links to other sites do not constitute an endorsement of the website nor its information or products.

Adobe Acrobat Reader
Some documents on the website are only provided in PDF format and do require the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. Click here to download the Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Reporting Problems
If you find a broken link or receive an error message while using our website, please let us know immediately. You can send a message to our webmaster. We can respond more effectively if you provide:

  • The address (URL) of the page you were trying to reach,
  • The URL of the preceding page (the one that contains the bad link), and
  • A copy of the exact error message that appeared on your screen.