This policy describes how Outsourced Doers Pty Ltd (ACN 636 094 070) (ODPL, we, us or our) collects, manages, stores, uses and discloses your personal information. It contains the broad privacy framework within which we operate, and should be read in conjunction with any:
- supplementary privacy policies; and
- implementation procedures,
that we introduce or vary from time to time.
If you do not agree with the terms of this policy, please do not provide us with your personal information.
YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION AND PRIVACY
However, by supplying us with personal information through this website, you accept the inherent security risks of dealing online over the internet and agree not to hold us responsible for any breach of security, unless we have breached a law, been grossly negligent or in wilful default of our duties to you.
To explain some of the terminology which commonly appears in this policy:
Information and records
Information and records may be in electronic or hard copy form. This policy does not extend to information or records that are publicly available, or that would constitute an “employee record” as defined by the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (Privacy Act).
Personal information is information or an opinion that identifies you, or from which your identity can be reasonably ascertained (irrespective of whether the information or opinion is true or not, and regardless of the form in which it is recorded).
Sensitive information is an important type of personal information relating to your:
- criminal record;
- membership of a political association;
- membership of a professional or trade association;
- membership of a trade union;
- philosophical beliefs;
- political opinions;
- racial or ethnic origin;
- religious beliefs or affiliations; or
- sexual orientation or practices.
WHAT TYPES OF PERSONAL INFORMATION DOES ODPL COLLECT
Depending upon how you interact with us, we may collect the following types of personal information from you:
- your name, gender and date of birth;
- your email address;
- your occupation, job title and place of business;
- the technology you use to access our services;
- your residential and postal address;
- telephone numbers;
- government related identifiers, such as tax file numbers;
- passport and visa details; and
- your bank account or financial details.
You may refuse to provide personal information to us. However, if you exercise this right of refusal, it may affect our ability to meet our obligations to you or to a third-party agency.
You may also deal with us anonymously or by using a pseudonym. However, if you do so, we may be prevented from providing you with accurate or useful information, and you may not be able to access our full range of services.
WHY DOES ODPL COLLECT, HOLD, USE AND DISCLOSE PERSONAL INFORMATION?
We may collect, hold and use your personal information for a number of reasons including:
- to provide information in relation to our services, including those we consider may be of interest to you in the future;
- to administer and manage processes which are key to our operations, such as processing orders for our services;
- to effect the collection of money that you owe to us and to support auditing, compliance and other corporate governance functions;
- to assess any application for employment during the recruitment process;
- to assess your creditworthiness;
- to create an online user profile for you to access our services;
- to determine your eligibility for certain types of offers, goods or services that may be of interest to you;
- to answer your queries, provide you with information you may have requested and generally conduct dealings with you; andto comply with legislative or other legal requirements.
We may disclose your personal information for a number of reasons including:
- to identify you and verify your age, identity and financial information;
- to provide our services to you, or the organisation that you represent;
- to improve our website and the services that we provide;
- to communicate with you; and
- for other purposes which are related, or directly related (in the case of sensitive information), to the purpose for which your information was initially collected.
We may disclose your personal information to:
- our related parties;
- other companies or individuals that assist us to provide our services, or to administer our internal operations. This includes:
- electronic transactions / payment service providers, to process orders for our services;
online booking service providers, to process bookings for our services;
- government authorities or other agencies where the disclosure is required or authorised by law;
anyone else to whom you authorise us to disclose your personal information;
- prospective purchasers of all or substantially all of our business or assets, in the event of a merger, re-organisation or acquisition of our business or assets;
- information technology/cloud service providers, such as persons who develop any of the software used by our business; and
- external business advisors, such as auditors and lawyers.
- electronic transactions / payment service providers, to process orders for our services;
There are also a limited number of circumstances in which the Privacy Act permits the use or disclosure of your personal information, without your consent. An example of this is where the use or disclosure is necessary to prevent a serious and imminent threat to any person’s life, health or safety or a serious threat to public health or safety.
USE OF THIRD PARTY SOFTWARE
As at 1st October 2020, our website uses the following services and technologies that are supplied by third parties:
- Google Analytics
Your personal information may be collected directly by the third party providers of the above mentioned services and technologies, when you input personal information via our website. You should review the privacy policies of third parties who provide those technologies, to ensure that you are satisfied with the manner in which they collect, manage, store, use and disclose your personal information. Except where we state otherwise in this policy, those third parties’ dealings in your personal information are not subject to our control and we are not sponsored, affiliated or associated with those providers.
We may collect, store and use your personal information to market our services to you, where you have provided your implied or express consent for us to do so. Consent may be implied when you have purchased services from us, joined one of our clubs or programs, entered into a competition or promotion conducted by us, where you have subscribed to receive information from us or where you have enquired about services that we provide.
We will not disclose your personal information to a third party for the purposes of marketing a third party’s products or services to you, without your consent.
You may always opt out of receiving marketing material by contacting us directly, using the details provided on our website, or using the method that is provided in any of our electronic marketing communications to you.
To unsubscribe from text messages: Reply “STOP”.
To unsubscribe from email: Click “Unsubscribe” founder under the footer of each email.
CROSS-BORDER DISCLOSURE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
Personal information submitted on this website will be stored on the Cloud (that is, the internet). To assist ODPL to store and access your personal information on the Cloud, ODPL may store your personal information with, or allow it to be accessed by, overseas third parties who provide:
- software and maintenance services for the Cloud;
- training services in connection with using and accessing the Cloud; and
- infrastructure/hardware used to access the Cloud.
As those third parties are situated, and store content, offshore (including in jurisdictions such as [Australia, New Zealand, Canada, The United States, The United Kingdom]), your personal information may be transmitted, disclosed, stored or accessed to and from overseas jurisdictions.
If you submit your personal information on this website, you are consenting to the transmission, disclosure, storage and access of your personal information by third parties in overseas jurisdictions. In that respect, APP 8 which ordinarily obliges ODPL to take reasonable steps to ensure that overseas recipients of your personal information do not breach the APPs (except APP 1) will not apply.
Please note that if any of those overseas recipients handle your personal information in a manner which is inconsistent, or does not comply, with the APPs:
- to the maximum extent permitted by law, ODPL will not be accountable under the Privacy Act for any resulting loss or damage that you may suffer;
- to the maximum extent permitted by law, you will not be able to seek redress against ODPL under the Privacy Act;
- the overseas recipient may not be subject to any privacy obligations at all, or to any principles similar to the APPs;
- you may not be able to seek redress against the overseas recipient in their jurisdiction; and
- in holding your personal information, the overseas recipient may be subject to foreign laws which compel their disclosure of your personal information to other parties, such as overseas government authorities.
HOW DOES ODPL HOLD AND SECURE YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION?
We will take all reasonable steps to ensure the personal information we collect, use, or disclose is accurate, up to date, complete and relevant, having regard to the purpose of the collection, use or disclosure. You should ensure that any personal information you provide to us is both relevant and accurate.
We have in place user names, passwords and access restrictions that provide electronic protection of personal information stored electronically. There are inherent risks with the transmission of data over the internet. Whilst reasonably appropriate security measures are in place for the protection of your personal information, you must be aware that no guarantee is made that your personal information is completely secure.
We also secure hard copy personal information within buildings or other storage facilities, by placing restrictions on access to those buildings or facilities (for example, by locking the buildings and filing cabinets in which the personal information is stored).
In the event of any unauthorised access and/or disclosure of your personal information, we comply with our obligations under the Privacy Act in dealing with any such unauthorised access and/or disclosure, including any obligations which may arise in respect of eligible data breaches within the meaning of the Privacy Act.
HOW CAN YOU ACCCESS AND SEEK CORRECTION OF YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION?
We will deal with your requests for access or correction of your personal information, in accordance with this policy.
All requests must be made in writing, and in the appropriate form specified by us from time to time. Within a reasonable time frame after receiving your application, we will take reasonable steps to inform you of what personal information we hold.
We will ordinarily grant access to the personal information unless:
- giving access would have an unreasonable impact on the privacy of other individuals;
- the request for access is frivolous or vexatious;
- we are unable to verify your identity;
- we are entitled to reject your access to the personal information pursuant to any law; or
- the access would be unlawful.
We reserve the right to charge a reasonable fee for providing access to the personal information, but not for making the application or correcting personal information held by us. We may withhold access to the personal information until the fee is paid.
If you are of the view that your personal information requires correction, you should contact the Privacy Officer listed below.
If you believe that we have breached this policy, please contact our Privacy Officer by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to: Privacy Officer, 156 Mount Barker Road, Stirling South Australia 5152. We take all complaints seriously and will respond to you within a reasonable period of time, unless we consider your complaint to be frivolous, vexatious or without legal or factual merit. If you are not satisfied with the way in which we have handled your complaint, you can make a complaint to the Australian Information Commissioner.