Cavill + Co adheres to the Australian Privacy Principles, which is part of the Privacy Act, March 2014 (Australian Government OAIC, Privacy Act 1988). Whilst Cavill + Co is not required by law to abide by this (due to its size and turnover), we do so anyway, because we operate our business with respect for other people and their personal information.

Our privacy commitment (policy)

Your personal information (office address and phone number, mobile number, email address, dietary requirements) will be kept on a secure database and will not be loaned or sold to an external party, without your written consent. (However, it is very unlikely to happen).

Your contact details will be shared only with the Cavill + Co team for the purposes of supporting you, and to provide the information that you have requested. Your details will not be shared with anyone else unless we are required to do so at your request. You will receive updates from Cavill + Co regarding upcoming events and other useful information on occasion.

If you do not wish to receive this information you can just opt out by following the instructions on the communication. If purchasing time or products via the shop your credit card information will be required. All transactions are conducted through our secure SSL certificate and no credit card information is stored.

Any questions, concerns or complaints should be sent to the Director, Hailey Cavill, at hcavill@cavill.com.au.

Below is a plain English summary of the Principles for your info:

Cavill + Co will endeavour to:

  1. Be open and transparent in their management of personal information, ensuring information on the following is easily accessible:
  • A clear privacy policy.
  • What kind of information Cavill + Co holds about individuals.
  • How we collect and hold it.
  • Purpose for holding the information.
  • How individuals access their information.
  • Complaint procedure if people are not happy with what you have done with their information.
  • Whether the information will go to an organisation/entity overseas.
  • And if so to what countries it may go to.
  1. Provide individuals with the option of not identifying themselves (ie remaining anonymous, or using a pseudonym) unless it is impracticable for Cavill + Co to deal with them.
  2. Only collect the information that is necessary to provide a service.
  3. Destroy or de-identify information received that is unsolicited.
  4. Make sure individual knows that information has been collected about them.
  5. Only use the data for the purpose stated and don’t disclose it without permission.
  6. Not disclose information for the purpose of direct marketing.
  7. If the information has to go overseas, ensure as far as possible that the overseas recipient does not breach these principles.
  8. Will not use government related identifiers in the data stored– eg Medicare number.
  9. Ensure data is up-to-date and accurate.
  10. Ensure data is secure.
  11. Provide the individual with access to the information held on request.
  12. Allow individuals to correct their personal information.
  13. The Privacy Act only applies to small businesses if they meet certain criteria, including having a turnover of more than $3 million.

Hailey Cavill, Director, Cavill + Co 11 April 2016

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