WHY OUTDURE COLLECTS PERSONAL INFORMATION
We collect personal information about people we deal with and others, where relevant, in order to operate our businesses. As a publicly listed company, we also maintain records of our shareholders. Collecting personal information is also necessary in some circumstances to meet our legal obligations.
PERSONAL INFORMATION OUTDURE COLLECTS
Outdure generally collects and holds personal information about our employees, contractors who provide services, customers, suppliers, shareholders, job applicants and other people who may come into contact with Outdure or one of Outdure's businesses.
“Personal information” is information that identifies you as an individual. The type of information we collect varies, depending on the purpose, and may include (but is not limited to) your name, address, contact details, organisation, identification, positions held, payment details, credit information and marketing information.
HOW OUTDURE COLLECTS PERSONAL INFORMATION
This information may be obtained by way of forms filled out, information provided in person or by telephone, email or online by the individuals themselves, or from a public source or third party (for example, referees, other Outdure companies, your organisation, your representatives and information service providers).
HOW OUTDURE USES PERSONAL INFORMATION
Outdure collects, uses and discloses personal information generally to provide an individual with products and services requested, and to respond to queries. Outdure may also use personal information to provide ongoing information and marketing communications about Outdure products and services to Outdure customers and prospective customers by telephone, email, online and other means as permitted by law, unless they opt out. Outdure may use information to personalise your experience on the Site by presenting products and offers tailored to you. In order to improve Outdure services, products, website and marketing events, Outdure may conduct data analysis and audits for research and development. Outdure may also collect, use and disclose personal information in connection with potential or actual unlawful activity, misconduct or transfers of Outdure’s business or assets.
HOW PERSONAL INFORMATION MAY BE DISCLOSED
Depending on the product or service concerned, personal information may be disclosed to:
Some of the third parties described above may be located in Australia, New Zealand and other countries. While those third parties will often be subject to con dentiality or privacy obligations, they may not always follow the particular requirements of the Privacy Act.
Generally, we require that organisations outside Outdure who handle or obtain personal information as service providers to Outdure acknowledge the confidentiality of this information and undertake to comply with the principles.
HOW OUTDURE STORES PERSONAL INFORMATION
Outdure stores personal information at its own premises and with the assistance of its service providers. Outdure maintains strict procedures and standards and takes a range of steps to prevent unauthorised access to, or disclosure of, personal information and protect an individual’s information from misuse or loss.
Reviewed and updated August 2017