The College recognises that privacy is a fundamental human right, that only essential personal information should be collected and that such information should be handled in a sensitive and sensible manner.
The College is committed to ensuring the security, integrity, privacy and ethical management of all personally identifiable information which it collects.
The College will do its best to ensure that the personal information it holds is accurate, complete and up to date.
The College will ensure that all reasonable safeguards are taken to ensure that the information it holds is protected against misuse or loss from unauthorised access, use, modification or disclosure.
The College may from time to time collect information from members on issues of interest to it and this data may be aggregated and presented in a non-identifiable format for purposes of promoting the College’s objectives.
Members have the right to request corrections to any information held about them by the College which they believe to be incorrect, incomplete or misleading.