Central to the success of the Carbon Reduction Institute is our commitment to our clients. We honour our obligation to respect and protect the privacy of the personal information of individuals and companies with whom we deal, in accordance with the National Privacy Principles of the Privacy Amendment (Private Sector) Act 2000, which took effect in December 2001.
COLLECTION OF INFORMATION
The Carbon Reduction Institute Pty Ltd (CRI) requires the collection of data for the purpose of determining aspects of your company’s carbon footprint. CRI takes all care to ensure that data collected is protected and secure, all physical copies are secured in the CRI premises whilst all data is encrypted and protected by password.
Your information will be made available to CRI staff and assessors only for the purpose of undertaking the emissions assessments. All received data will be encrypted and protected by password: including electronically stored data supplied to or otherwise acquired by CRI.
The Carbon Reduction Institute will not be held responsible for any cost, expense, loss or other liability directly or indirectly that arises from the use of information contained within the emissions assessment report, or any other communication (written or oral) about or concerning your emissions assessment.
DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION
We do not give any outside organisations access to our client database. We will not sell or disclose any company or personal information to other organisations, for marketing purposes.
We may release information about your company where you have consented to the disclosure, where there is a duty to the public to disclose that information or where we are required to by law. With your permission, we may include profiles & case studies of the service we have provided to your Company.
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