GP is committed to safeguarding the privacy of its employees, customers, and users of its website.
- all individuals who provide Personal Data, such as prospective and current clients, employees, business partners, registered users of the GP website and others;
- all locations where GP operates, even where local regulations do not exist;
- all methods of contact, including in person, written, via the internet, direct mail, telephone or facsimile.
The Jack O’Hagan Website
Most aspects of the site can be viewed without providing personal information, however, for access to newsletter registration and future GP support features you may be required to submit personally identifiable information, such as your name, email address, mailing address etc.
The GP website acts as a venue for
- GP to provide information, accept registrations, send newsletters,
process orders and perform customer service
- Members of the public to receive marketing information, submit inquiries,
and generally learn about Jack O’Hagan or Gilbert Projects.
What we collect
In the course of conducting its business and to comply with government regulations, GP collects certain Personal Data. Personal Data is information related to an identified or identifiable person. Names, titles, business and/or home addresses, email addresses, LinkedIn, Facebook and social media contacts, website addresses and pertinent general information for GP to service its customers are all examples of Personal Data.
Use of personal information
GP uses this information for the purpose of identifying individuals personally and communicating with them. GP may request clients and employees, applicants, customers and registered users of the GP website to complete questionnaires or surveys regarding their experience with GP or their use of the website. Responses are used by GP solely to assist it in improving services or the navigation features and functionality of the website. Participation in such surveys is voluntary.
Certain additional information may also be collected from users of this website in an aggregate form and used solely in connection with improving the performance and responsiveness of our services and website. This information may include but is not limited to browser type, version and language, operating system, pages viewed while browsing the site, page access times and referring website address, user’s originating domain, time of visit, connection speed, domain names, and Internet service provider. This information is not personally identifiable information and GP makes no attempt to correlate such information to an individual user.
Information collected by GP is collected, stored, and processed in a commercial database.
GP may disclose Personal Data as follows:
Third Party Service Providers: GP may from time to time, outsource some or all of the operations of its business to third-party service providers. Entities with which GP partners for special projects or initiatives are provided with the minimum amount of information needed for the purpose of accomplishing their tasks and we restrict how such service providers may access, use and disclose your data.
Agents: GP sometimes works with other companies and individuals to perform functions on its behalf. Examples include performing legal and other professional services. These agents have access to Personal Data needed to perform their functions, but they are bound to restrict their use to the purposes for which they have been retained by GP.
Business Transfers: In the event that GP sells or buys any business or assets, GP may disclose Personal Data to the prospective seller or buyer of such business or assets.
Legal Investigations and Requests: GP may disclose Personal Data to law enforcement agencies or other governmental agencies when required to do so or when GP in good faith believes it is necessary in order to comply with legal obligations.
When hiring employees GP must collect and transfer Personal Data in order to comply with statutes, rules and regulations pertaining to employment. It is necessary for GP to collect, store and in some cases transfer personal data to third parties such as payroll service companies, insurance organisations or government agencies as required by law. Any such transfers will be solely for the purposes of fulfilling GP’s obligations to its employees. Concerned individuals may withhold consent to such transfers and will be informed of the impact such opt-out will have on their employment within GP (e.g. inability to process benefits in a timely or appropriate fashion).
Individuals may contact GP to update the content and accuracy of their information. Although individuals may change their data, GP may retain in backup or inactive files the uncorrected or outdated data. Such data may be retained for several reasons, including backups for disaster recovery planning, dispute resolution purposes, troubleshooting, and enforcement of agreements. Therefore, individuals should not expect that all of their historical data would be removed from our database at the time they notify us of changes. GP reserves the right to correct Personal Data to make it current and consistent with data directly provided by individuals, for example, when they update their email or mailing address, but not elsewhere.
GP takes reasonable security measures such as password protection and physical locks, etc. as it deems appropriate to protect the information it collects from loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration and destruction.
We may provide links to other sites. We are not responsible for those other sites, their privacy policies or how they treat information about their users, and we advise you to check their privacy policies.
Gilbert Projects Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 1360, St Kilda South, Victoria, Australia 3182
Effective Date: 1 May 2015
Last updated: 1 May 2015