The Australian National Privacy Principles apply to Wilton Hanford Hanover (WHH). We respect your privacy rights and are committed to protecting your personal information in accord with the Privacy Principles, and in other ways that are appropriate to our relationship with you.
We may collect and store personal information about you if you deal with us as:
In addition, we may collect personal information about you when you use this site, request us to include you on a contact list or when you provide personal information to us for any other reason, including possible employment or contracting with us.
If you do not provide personal information requested, then we may not be able to provide goods and services to you or cooperate with you in other forms of business relationship.
We may use your personal information for the following purposes.
Directors or officers of WHH may authorise provision of your personal information to our lawyers, accountants or other advisers if this is necessary to comply with their statutory responsibilities to the business. We may require some information from you under Australian law, and we must and will make any disclosures compelled by law.
If you are associated with a client, supplier, prospective or current business ally, research collaboration or a contact for exchange of information, we may use your personal information to keep you informed about our services or those of our subsidiary, parent or related entities or business partners or allies. This type of communication is known as direct marketing. You can inform us if you do not wish to receive this type of communication by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a party to a public consultation, respondent to a research project or a participant in a learning program, we do not use your personal information for direct marketing communications unless you indicate that you wish to receive such information from us.
As a party to a public consultation, respondent to a research project or participant in a learning program, you are entitled to the protections outlined in this statement when you enter the relationship with us; and any additional protections set out in writing in your invitation to participate in those activities or statement provided to participants in a learning program.
By entering into any business relationship with us, we will assume you have consented to the above uses of personal information.
You may gain access to personal information we hold about you by contacting email@example.com.