Our postal address is: PO Box 396, Epping NSW 1710. We can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at (+61 2) 8046 6878.
The JAA works to represent and protect the interests of the jewellery industry and its consumers. The JAA is a national organisation that covers all areas of the jewellery industry - from manufacturing, wholesaler, distribution, to retail.
The JAA supports and adheres to the national privacy principles as per the Privacy Amendment (Private Sector) Act 2000 and is committed to maintaining the highest standards of privacy and security when conducting business in the market.
JAA Membership refunds will not be given to members who cancel their membership during the year.
JAA event refunds will not be given to members or non-members who do not attend an event they have paid to attend.
Please contact us at email@example.com should you have any questions about our returns policy.
1. How do we collect information about you?
As a JAA member you consent to us collecting, maintaining, using and disclosing personal information about you and provided by you or by another person in accordance with the privacy statement in the Membership Application form and this policy.
The personal information we collect from these sources is your salutation, name, job title and email address. We also collect business information being your company’s name and address, your business telephone and fax numbers and a short profile of the company you work for. As well, we collect personal information about you from publicly available sources, or when legally required to do so.
The information we collect is used only to:
- Verify your identity.
- Assist you to register as a JAA Member.
- Promote our events and sponsored publications or services.
- Maintain and develop our database.
- Share information from time to time with other professional associations.
We also collect some statistical data about visitors to our website, such as number of visits, pages viewed, types of transactions conducted, time online and documents downloaded. Some of this information is collected by using “cookies”, or small text files to hold data; but none of the information we collect allows us to identify a visitor.
We do not collect personal information by unlawful or unfair means, nor in an unreasonably intrusive way. In particular, we do not use electronic harvesting software, nor do we use lists which have been generated by means of such software.2. How do we use and disclose your information?
2. How do we use and disclose your information?
Information about an individual within a company is used by the JAA to promote its events, sponsored publications or services and other business services and to maintain its database. We give you the right to opt out from receiving communications from us, whether by email, mail or phone by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, by calling us on (02) 9262 2862 or writing to us at the address above.
We may also make information about you available to other reputable organisations whose products or services we think you might find interesting. You can, however, have your name put on our do-not-share list by emailing us at email@example.com, by calling us on (02) 8046 6878 or writing to us at the address above.
We will endeavour to process any request for opting out as soon as possible, but you may receive communications from us or from third parties whilst we are processing your request.
Email communications are only sent to:
- recipients who have opted to receive them;
- participants in our events unless they have asked us not to do so; and
- those who enquire about our events and/or sponsored publications or services unless they have asked us not to do so.
In sending email communications, we ensure that you can identify us as originator.
3. How do we maintain data quality?
The JAA maintains strict and costly updating procedures in order to ensure that all data is accurate, complete and up-to-date.
4. How does the JAA protect the security of your information?
The JAA employs strict security procedure to ensure that information will not be misused, and to prevent unauthorized access modification or disclosure.
We also, as part of our updating procedures, ensure that any personal information no longer needed by us is either destroyed or modified so that you can no longer be identified.
We will, on request, let you know generally what sort of personal information we hold, for what purposes and how we collect, hold, use and disclose that information.
6. Access and Correction to your information
Personal information about an individual can be accessed by that person upon request at firstname.lastname@example.org, by calling us on (02) 8046 6878 or writing at the address above.
The JAA does not use external identifiers on an individual.
You can, if you wish, choose not to have personal information about you maintained on our database – see section 2 above.
9. Trans-Border Data Flows
The JAA takes all reasonable steps to ensure that any personal information transferred to someone in a foreign country will only be used in a way substantially in accordance with the Australian National Privacy Principles.
10. Sensitive Information
The JAA does not collect sensitive information about an individual.