Disclaimer and Privacy Statement
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in the UK - CILT(UK) - does not warrant in any manner any materials available either directly or indirectly through this site.
Whilst CILT(UK) uses reasonable precautions to ensure materials are free from incorrect, defamatory, offensive, or other harmful content (including but not limited to viruses) it does not guarantee in any way the exclusion of such. CILT(UK) shall not therefore accept liability, financial or otherwise, resulting to you or any third-party from use of the site.
CILT(UK) has no responsibility nor does it guarantee secure use for linked sites it does not maintain. Such links do not imply endorsement or otherwise of such sites or the goods, services or material they offer or contain.
CILT(UK) nor any of its agents shall not, under any circumstances, be liable for any damages how so ever caused arising directly or indirectly from this site (or its use) or linked sites (or their use).
The site shall only be used for lawful purposes.
Unless expressly permitted copyrighted or proprietary material on the site must not be reproduced or exploited in any way.
Software available for download from time to time is governed by the terms of its appropriate license agreement.
Use of trademarks and similar authorised marks is strictly prohibited.
CILT(UK) endeavours to treat your personal data with the respect and care which it deserves, using our best endeavours to ensure that it is appropriate for the purpose for which it is to be used and is accurate and complete and kept up-to-date.
What personal information is collected from me and how is it used?
The CILT(UK) Web site collects online information in a number of ways. This is normally recorded through the use of online forms, which will ask for information such as name, home/company address, email, telephone, fax, job function, preferred mailing address, where did you hear about the Institute and its services?
In order to tailor communications to individuals, we will ask for voluntary information, such as professional interests and experience within the profession.
CILT(UK) will use your information to help complete transactions and requests submitted through the Web site. The information may be used to personalise sections of the Web site based on a profile developed of you from the information given. Internally the information may be used for research purposes for Institute activities.
If agreed by you, CILT(UK) will accept from time to time approved mailings to the membership database. The Institute will act as a mailing facility, this maybe for third-parties. CILT(UK) recognises the need to protect individual information, only when consent is given will the Institute provide a mailing facility to third-parties for approved mailings and will not divulge your personal information unless specifically authorised by yourself for any particular purpose.
What security does CILT(UK) use to protect your personal data online?
CILT(UK) takes reasonable precautions to protect sensitive information you submit through the Web site. This is indicated by the presence of the 'lock' icon on your browser, which signifies the use of encryption using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL).
When asked to provide sensitive information, such as credit and/or debit card, the information submitted is encrypted using industry standard SSL. When viewing a secure page, such as the 'Application for Fast Track' form, a lock icon will appear on the bottom of your Web browser. To view the information on the SSL certification click on the lock icon.
Not all information submitted through the Web site will be encrypted by SSL. Emails, forms requesting information and feedback forms via the Web site are not secure. Any information submitted via these forms is done so at your own risk. CILT(UK) will not be responsible for any personal information sent by email.
CILT(UK) takes reasonable precautions to ensure that access to sensitive and non-sensitive information is restricted to Institute authorised personnel.
Back office procedures:
The CILT(UK) Web server is based, under an agreement with a third-party ISP, in the United Kingdom. The ISP, together with CILT(UK), take reasonable precautions to ensure that appropriate security measures are in place for hosting this service.
CILT(UK) does not authorise payments on-line. Payment details are submitted securely via the Web, once received, payment authorisation is acquired via a Barclay Merchant Services PDQ terminal. The Institute will contact you directly if a problem arises with any payment.
Information is downloaded from our ISP-based secure server through the use of our back office systems. The transmission of this information, from our Web site to back office systems will be encrypted.
If you have any questions or concerns about the security of our Web site, contact:email@example.com
What are cookies?
A message given to a Web browser by a Web server. The browser stores the message in a text file. The message is then sent back to the server each time the browser requests a page from the server.
The main purpose of a cookie is to identify users and possibly prepare customised Web pages for them. When you enter a Web site using cookies, you may be asked to fill out a form providing such information as your name and professional interests. This information is packaged into a cookie and sent to your browser, which it stores for later use. The next time you go to the same Web site, your browser will send the cookie to the web server. The server can then use this information to present you with custom Web pages.
Use of a cookie is no way linked to any personal identifiable information whilst on the CILT(UK) Web site. Once you close your browser, the cookie terminates. They are useful, as you will not have to enter a password more than once, saving time when accessing Institute resources. For more information on cookies, click here: http://www.cookiecentral.com/
Access to member resources
CILT(UK) has a secure members only area on the Web site. Only members of The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (UK) have access to this resource. Validation credentials will be generated and supplied by The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (UK), for the use only of the individual member. All information held on the Web site, such as your personal details, to enable you to amend/view records held by CILT(UK), will be secure and only available to you.
The CILT(UK)'s Web site contains links to other sites. Such links are sanctioned by our Corporate Communications Department. Note: CILT(UK) is not responsible for the security and/or contents of these sites, and would encourage you to read the individual privacy guidelines when visiting other sites. If you are experiencing a problem with a link, contact:firstname.lastname@example.org
For what purpose do we use the information gathered and with whom is it shared?
The information gathered by CILT(UK) about you is used primarily to manage your membership within the Institute. This includes mailings and for us to form an interest consensus to ensure the distribution of any material and/or products/services has a relevance to you. No information we gather will be shared or distributed, with any third-party without prior consent from you.
Keeping your data safe
The Institute will take reasonable measures to ensure good practices and procedures are in place with regards to the security of data. Including regular reviews of current practices.
Electronic-based, electronically stored data is reasonably secure. The CILT(UK) storage servers are locked away, in a controlled secure environment. Only authorised personal have access.
Paper-based documentation received in respect of the individuals is stored in a secure orderly manner.
Guide to Data Protection
The Data Protection Act 1998 places a number of rules and responsibilities upon organisations which use personal information, giving rights to individuals in controlling the use of the personal data. CILT(UK) is an advocate of the principles of data protection and endeavours to confirm to The Data Protection Act 1998
How can the Data Protection Act help you?
The Data Protection Act works in two ways. It gives you certain rights. It also says those who record and use personal information must be open about how the information is used and must follow the eight principles of 'good information handling'
The Data Protection Act encompasses the following principles, it says data must be:
fairly and lawfully processed;
processed for limited purposes;
adequate, relevant and not excessive;
not kept for longer than necessary;
processed in line with your rights;
not transferred to countries without adequate protection.
For information on Data Protection, visit:http://www.informationcommissioner.gov.uk/eventual.aspx?id=34 or contact:
Office of the Data Protection Commissioner, Wycliffe House,Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 5AF.