Wire Industries (‘the Company’) are committed to protecting and maintaining the privacy, accuracy and security of all personal information
held by the Company.
The Company will take reasonable steps when handling personal information consistent with our obligations under both the Privacy Act 1988
(Cth) and the Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Act 2012 (Cth). The Company will ensure that personal information is
collected, used, held and disclosed by the Company in accordance with the 13 Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) under the Privacy Act
This policy applies to any person, or their nominated representative, who has provided the Company with their personal information for the
purpose of buying, selling or otherwise engaging with the Company.
1.1 The kinds of personal and sensitive information that the Company collects and holds
The Company collects personal information directly from the subject or their representative. Personal information is any information about
an individual, whether true or not, where the individual can reasonably be identified. Personal information may be gathered by a variety of
ways, including but not limited to order forms, telephone, email or face to face meetings.
The kinds or personal information the Company collects and holds, includes but is not limited to:
- Financial and billing information
- Order records
- Contact details
- Country of origin
This information may be held because you have engaged the Company for a service or business relationship, because we have requested it
(either directly from you or a client) or because you work for us. Wherever possible the Company will only collect information from the
individual who provides their consent.
You may choose to interact with us using a pseudonym and/or not identify yourself. However in instances where it would be impractical to
interact with the Company using a pseudonym, we may request identification details from you.
1.2 The purposes for which personal information is collected, held, used and disclosed
The Company will only collect information if it is necessary to carry out the Company’s functions and activities. This collection and
storage will be by lawful and fair means.
We may use and disclose your personal information for a variety of reasons. These reasons include, but are not limited to:
- Providing the service you wish to use;
- To provide any technical or after sales support to you;
- Internal management purposes;
- When liaising with affiliated and non-affiliated entities both domestically and internationally;
- If permitted or required by law; or
- Otherwise with your consent.
We will endeavour to only use and disclose personal information for the primary purpose of conducting our functions and activities. However
there may be circumstances where information is disclosed for purposes other than the Company’s primary purpose. This includes when:
- You would have reasonably expected your information to be disclosed; or
- The disclosure is necessary for the enforcement of a law or to assist in a police investigation.
1.3 The quality of the information collected, used, held and disclosed
The Company will take reasonable steps to ensure that the personal information it collects, uses, holds or discloses is accurate, complete
and up to date. All staff with access to, and required to deal with, personal information will be trained in the need for confidentially in
order to protect the privacy and personal information of individuals.'
1.4 The security of the information collected, used, held and disclosed
In order to ensure the integrity of all information the Company will take all reasonable steps to hold personal information in a manner
which is secure and protected from unauthorised access. These ‘reasonable steps’ will include mechanisms such as password protection,
physical restrictions and staff training in order to ensure no information is incorrectly modified, disclosed, misused or lost.
The information will be held in either a physical or electronic form. Any unsolicited personal information received by the Company will be
destroyed as soon as practicable if it is lawful and reasonable to do so.
Personal information is no longer will wherever possible be destroyed by the Company. Secure disposal of electronic records will include:
- Overwriting records before they are deleted;
- Deleting backup files;
- Physically destroying drives and backup files
Secure disposal of paper based records will include:
- Shredding of paper files; and
- Contacting an authorised disposal company for secure disposal.
1.5 Access and correction of personal information
The Company will provide access to information within a reasonable period of time. Reasonable steps will be taken to provide access and if
access to information is refused the Company will provide reasons for this refusal in writing. The mechanisms to complain about the refusal
will be provided upon request.
You can ask for information to be corrected if it is inaccurate, out of date, incomplete, irrelevant or misleading. If the Company is
satisfied this is the case, reasonable steps will be taken in order to correct the information. Requests for personal information must be in
writing and all requests will be responded to within 30 calendar days.
Whilst employee records are exempt from the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and the Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Act 2012 (Cth),
the Company will still ensure that information held on current and former employees is kept confidential. Any information that the Company
holds on prospective candidates for employment will be destroyed in accordance with clause 1.4 of this policy.
To seek access to, or correction of, your personal information please contact the Company as follows:
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By telephone: (02) 8887 7777
By mail: 182 Power Street, Glendenning NSW 2761
1.6 Cross Border data flows
The Company may on occasion be required to transfer or store personal information with/ to a person or related body corporate in a foreign
country. This transfer will take place if the information is subject to a law, binding scheme, or contract which treats information with a
substantially similar integrity as the Australian Privacy Principles. The Company will take reasonable steps and conduct sufficient enquiry
in order to ensure this is the case.
1.7 Complaint Process
Complaints regarding the information that the Company collects, uses, holds or discloses should be made in writing to The Manager. If a
company or individual believes there is a breach of this policy or the Privacy Legislation, a written complaint should be made to The
Manager. All complaints will be dealt with confidentially and promptly.
1.8 Policy Revision
The Company may revise or update this policy at any time by posting a revised policy on our website. Please note that our use of your