With regard to the information contained on our web site, our intent is to provide current and accurate information. However, we shall not be held liable for any losses related to or caused by reliance on the information provided.
Our web site may contain links to or data from other web sites. When following a link to another site, our privacy notice no longer applies nor do we endorse or accept responsibility for any products or services linked to.
New Life Baptist Church ABN: 60 307 996 497
New Life Baptist Church is committed to protecting your privacy in accordance with the 13 Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) from Schedule 1 of the Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Act 2012, which amends the Privacy Act 1988.
This policy sets out how we will collect, use, store, disclose and de-identify your personal information.
In this policy, “we”, “our’, “us” means New Life Baptist Church, Dee Why, Australia. “You” and “your” refers to clients, prospective clients, partners, affiliates and their agents of our services.
A ‘Commonwealth record’, as defined in the Archives Act 1983 (Archives Act) (s6(1)), is “a record that is the property of the Commonwealth or of a Commonwealth institution; or a record that is to be deemed to be a Commonwealth record by virtue of a regulation under subsection (6); or by virtue of section 22”.
2. The types of information we collect
The type of information we collect about you depends on the service or assistance we pro- vide to you.
In general, we collect the following personal information from you or from others about you:
Postal and electronic mail address
Telephone and mobile telephone numbers
Depending on the type of service or assistance we provide to you, we may also collect the following personal, sensitive and/or health information:
Personal credit card and/or bank account details
Citizenship or immigration visa status
Government issued identity numbers such as passport numbers or driving license numbers
Health/medical information, including Medicare, reciprocal health agreement or private health entitlements
Details of benefits from other insurance policies held, including policy numbers
Type and value of property being insured
Names and contact details of dependents or beneficiaries
Records of any communications that you have with us
• Any idiosyncratic or personal information we obtain from you or others about you that is relevant to the provision of our services to you.
2.1. Why we collect private information
We do not use the information collected in any way other than in the furtherance of our mis- sion to (insert mission of organisation)
In this way, we may use your information in the following ways:
2.2. How we collect information
for the immediate reason for which you have provided it to us (for example, select key reason)
to maintain contact with you about our work
any other purpose directly related to our work and for which you have provided con- sent (where it is reasonably required by law)
We may collect information from you either directly or from third parties. Information we col- lect from third parties may be by formal or informal means.
We collect your information in the following ways:
2.3. Unsolicited information
In speaking to you either in person or by over the telephone
In writing, including by completion of a claim form or where one is completed on your behalf, or by traditional or electronic correspondence
Electronically including through our website
By voice or image recordings
Whilst delivering and administering services in the course of our business
Where we collect information from third parties and it is not personal information that is con- tained in a Commonwealth record, we will take reasonable steps to destroy or de-identify the information as required by law.
3. Disclosing your personal information
We only use your personal and sensitive information for the reason we collect it as set out above and for the purposes for which it was collected, or as otherwise permitted by law.
We will not disclose the above information that we collect to affiliates or third parties without your consent.
In the course of our business or in the provision of services to you, we may share your personal information with a third party, who may include but are not limited to:
(insert those with whom you may share information), and
other professionals who provide advice to us about the provision of services to you
Government, statutory or regulatory bodies, law enforcement agencies and ombudsmen where required by law.
We take reasonable steps to ensure that these organisations are bound by confidentiality and privacy obligations when handling your personal information.
3.1. Disclosing your personal information overseas
Occasionally we may use overseas facilities or contractors to process or back-up information or to provide other services. As a result, we may share your personal information to our overseas facilities or contractors for these purposes.
Any disclosure of your personal information overseas does not change our commitment to safeguarding your privacy. We do not otherwise share or transfer your personal information overseas.
4. How we protect your personal information
We take reasonable steps to ensure the security of personal and sensitive information we hold and to protect it against loss, misuse or unauthorised access, destruction, modification or unauthorised disclosure.
Our IT systems are password protected and comply with applicable security standards. Only authorised personnel are permitted to access these details.
It is our policy to permanently de-identify personal information where reasonable and possi- ble; and
destroy personal information once there is no longer a legal or business need to retain it.
It is your right to be dealt with anonymously, provided that it is lawful and practicable.
We will try to accommodate a request for anonymity wherever possible, however we note that in some circumstances, this may prevent us from practically and effectively communicat- ing with you or from providing you with a full range of services and information.
If your personal, sensitive or health information contains government related identifiers, we will not use this as a means to identify or you.
4.2. Third party websites
Our website may contain links to third party websites. Similarly, third party websites may contain links to our website.
The operators of other websites may collect your personal information. We encourage you to read the privacy policies of any website you link to from our website.
When you visit our website, a record of your visit is logged. The following data may be sup- plied by your browser:
This information is used to compile statistical information about the use of our website. It is not used for any other purpose.
If you do not want ‘cookies’ to be used please adjust your browser settings to disable them.
5. Accessing, updating or changing your information
You can access your information by asking us. Occasionally, we may need to refuse your request to access information, for example, where granting you access would infringe someone else’s privacy. In such a circumstance, we will take all reasonably practicable steps to provide you with the requested information without infringing on someone else’s privacy.
You can update or change your information with us by contacting us. We will take all rea- sonably practicable steps to ensure that the information we hold about you is accurate
Your IP address and/or domain name,
Your operating system (type of browser and platform),
The date, time and length of your visit to the website, and
The resources you accessed and the documents you downloaded.
7. Concerns or Complaints
Name of Contact Email address Telephone Number
Please see our complaints procedure for information on how we will deal with your com- plaint. If, after this, you’re not satisfied with how we have handled your complaint, you can also contact the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) on www.oaic.gov- .au. The OAIC is a government body independent of us. It has the power to investigate complaints about possible interference with your privacy.
If there is a breach of this policy:
The Chair must notify all other Board members and take such action as deemed ap- propriate. That includes notifying any affected person and/or Regulator as required by law or otherwise deemed appropriate.
Privacy Act 1988, Office of the Australian Information Commissioner https://www.oaic.gov.au/privacy-law/privacy-act/ Accessed 12 April 2019