The Commonwealth Government recently passed amendments to the Privacy Act which change the way in which Ashleigh Ward can collect and use your personal information. From 21st December 2001, we are bound by the new sections of the Privacy Act 1988. The Act sets out 10 principles concerning the protection of your personal information which apply to employees and customers of this company.
Personal information held by Ashleigh Ward may include your name, date of birth, current and previous addresses, telephone numbers and other sensitive information.
Help us ensure that we hold accurate information. You can access your personal information subject to some exceptions allowed by law. If you would like to do so, for security reasons please put your request in writing.
The National Privacy Principles that Ashleigh Ward is subject to and will adhere to are contained in the Privacy Amendment (Private Section) Act 2000. They may be viewed by you upon request to the Ashleigh Ward Privacy Officer (Ashleigh Ward) or to the Managing Director of the company.
The National Privacy Principles cover:-
2. Use and disclosure
3. Data quality
4. Data security
6. Access and correction
9. Transborder data flows
10. Sensitive information
Ashleigh Ward adopts these principles and will make every effort to protect an individual’s personal privacy.
If you have any complaints about the way Ashleigh Ward administers this policy, you should voice or document your concerns to the Company Privacy Officer.
The Company Privacy Officer is the General Manager, or his delegated nominee, of Ashleigh Ward.
Name: Ashleigh Ward Date: 19 January, 2016